Haimark Line’s Saint Laurent will circumnavigate Cuba on 15 nine-night voyages starting in February 2016.
Operated in conjunction with Florida-based United Caribbean Lines, the 105-cabin vessel will offer roundtrip departures from Miami to Cuba and back beginning February 20, 2016, from $4,599 per person/double occupancy (plus applicable port charges and fees).
Upon final government approval for this People-to-People cruise product, passengers will have the opportunity to participate in Cuba 360˚; A Circumnavigation of the Cultures of Cuba aboard the Saint Laurent. Highlights include:
- Day 1, Miami
- Day 2, Havana
- Day 3, Havana
- Day 4, Maria La Gorda.
- Day 5, Cienfuegos
- Day 6, Trinidad
- Day 7, Santiago de Cuba
- Day 8, Parque Nacional Alejandro de Humboldt
- Day 9, Holguin
- Day 10, Miami
The Saint Laurent offers 105 staterooms in eight different categories for a maximum of 210 guests. Notable amenities include 24-hour in-room dining, modern décor, premium mattresses, luxurious bedding and spa robes, L’Occitaine bath amenities, large closets and under-bed storage. Two large Owner’s Suites are the most spacious on-board accommodations, with hardwood floors, a gracious sitting area, dedicated butler service, complimentary laundry and mini-bar, evening canapés, and a large outdoor terrace featuring views from the ship’s bow. Twenty-two category AA Suites feature ocean views and direct access to the open-air promenade, with amenities that include the option of two twin beds or one queen bed, minibar, evening canapés, the services of a dedicated butler and fresh fruit upon arrival.
The Saint Laurent also has indoor and outdoor guest lounges, deck areas and a signature boutique offering options for relaxing, dining, viewing scenic panoramas and shopping. Guests can also enjoy daily ala carte breakfast, lunch and dinner service in the Shearwater Dining Room, and casual breakfast and lunch buffets and “hot lava rock” dining in the evenings at the open-air Cliff Rock Bar & Grille.
The Compass Lounge and Seascape Tavern act as gathering spots, with talks by on-board experts concerning the life and people of Cuba. All house beverages are included with the virtually all-inclusive fare, including beer, wine, spirits, soft drinks, coffee and tea. There is an upcharge for premium brands and specialty coffee drinks.
The 9-night/10-day Cuba Miami to Miami itinerary is priced from $4,599 per person/double occupancy (plus applicable port charges and taxes). A single supplement of 60 percent is available for stateroom categories A – F.