VIDEO: Carnival Corporation’s Fathom Brand To Begin Cruises To Cuba Starting May 1

By  //  March 21, 2016

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MIAMI, FLORIA – The Carnival Corporation’s Fathom brand announced Monday the company will be the first cruise line in more than 50 years to sail a U.S. cruise ship to Cuba starting May 1.

There are still spots available on the historic first sailing aboard the MV Adonia, a 704-passenger ship, refurbished in 2011 and scheduled to be refreshed again this month, and will serve as a home base throughout your trip departing from Miami.

According to the company, the ship features restaurants, lounges, bars, pools, a spa, a state-of-the-art gym, and all the other amenities of a 21st-century passenger ship.

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The 704-passenger MV Adonia, refurbished in 2011 and scheduled to be refreshed again this month, will serve as a home base throughout your trip. (Fathom image)

“Fathom is proud to be the first cruise ship company to be granted U.S. approval for round-trip travel between the U.S. and multiple destinations in Cuba,” said the company’s website.

“Your Fathom cruise itinerary to the Cuban port cities of Havana, Cienfuegos, and Santiago de Cuba is authorized under current people-to-people travel guidelines as set forth by the U.S. government.”

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Rates for seven-day cruises start at $2,662 per person, excluding port fees and taxes.

In addition to the May 1 sailing, other cruises are scheduled for May 15, May 29, June 12, June 26 in addition to dates from July through September.

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Your Fathom cruise itinerary to the Cuban port cities of Havana, Cienfuegos, and Santiago de Cuba is authorized under current people-to-people travel guidelines as set forth by the U.S. government. (Fathom image)


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