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Cruise to Cuba on Royal Caribbean

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Sail to Cuba! Discover Cuba’s fascinating legacy, evocative architecture and of course, the local people. Be one of the first to experience it’s rich history, diverse culture and vibrant people. Important FAQs about traveling to Cuba

  • Who is able to travel to Cuba?: While the Cuba embargo remains in place, recent legislative changes allow certain types of travel by U.S. persons to Cuba. Permitted travel is generally classified into 12 categories. If a trip to Cuba meets all of the requirements of one of these 12 categories, you are authorized by OFAC to travel under a “general license,” meaning that you may travel without any additional government approvals.

  • What is people-to-people travel?: People-to-people tours are education-based trips designed to promote interactions between travelers and the Cuban people. People-to-people travel allows for little, if any, free time, as your time will be spent experiencing Cuba at its most authentic, through visits to Cuba’s most sought after destinations.

  • Will guests be required to have a visa to enter Cuba?:Guests are required to purchase a visa to travel to Cuba. Royal Caribbean will facilitate this for our guests at a cost of $75 per person. This fee will be added to your onboard account on Day 1 of the cruise. Each guest will receive their Visa during embarkation in Miami and will be responsible for providing their Visa to the Cuban authorities upon arrival in Cuba. If a guest loses their Visa, they will be able to purchase a new Visa onboard at an additional cost of $75.

  • Will international guests be allowed to sail with Royal Caribbean to Cuba?: Yes; however, all guests regardless of country of residence will be required to meet one of the twelve general license categories while onshore in Cuba.

  • What kind of documentation will be required by U.S. Customs and Border patrol for international guests?: A passport will be required for all guests sailing to Cuba with us. Guest passports must be valid for six months after their travel date to Cuba.

  • Can guests travel with a driver’s license and birth certificate?: No. In order to travel to Cuba, all guests, including children, will be required to have a passport. U.S. Customs and Border Protection will not allow U.S. guests to travel to Cuba with a driver’s license and birth certificate. Guest passports must be valid for six months after their travel to Cuba.

  • Are Cuban-Americans allowed to travel to Cuba with Royal Caribbean?: Yes. Cuban-American persons born in Cuba are permitted to arrive in Cuba by vessel. However, if you are a Cuban-born traveler, you may need additional documentation. Those who left Cuba prior to January 1, 1971, must travel to Cuba with their U.S. passports. But unlike U.S. born Americans, they will need a special type of visa; an H1 visa, which they need to apply for prior to travel. The visa application process can take up to 90 days. Cuban-born citizens who came to the U.S. after January 1, 1971, must travel to Cuba using their Cuban passports. They do not need a visa. They do however need to complete a One-Page Entry Request Application. To learn more, you can visit the Cuban Embassy website).

Go off the cobblestoned path to meet the locals in Santiago de Cuba. And uncover the “Pearl of the South,” Cienfuegos. Royal Caribbean Fleet favorites include Empress of the Seas℠ and Majesty of the Seas® cruising from Miami, Tampa and Fort Lauderdale, offering immersive Cuba-inspired entertainment, cuisine and guest lectures onboard. There’s only one way to see Cuba like this — Royal Caribbean. said Thomas DeSimone, Chief Marketing Officer (CMO) of bestcruiserates.com.
 
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