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SOLD OUT     Cuba Cruise 7 Nights, 3 Historical Cities     NEW!
A Meeting of People And Cultures. Fathom is among the first cruise ship companies to be granted U.S. approval for round-trip travel between the U.S. and multiple destinations in Cuba.
What's included in your cruise fare to Cuba? Just about everything.

• Roundtrip Air from Chicago
• Pre-Night Hotel
• Visa Fee Included
• 3 1/2 days of shore excursions, including stops in Havana, Santiago de Cuba and Cienfuegos.
• Shipboard travel between ports, so you can spend your travel time relaxing by the pool, not sitting on a bus.
• Three meals a day, including all lunches onshore.
• 7 nights in a comfortable cabin aboard the MV Adonia, so you only have to unpack once.

9 Day Package
Departing: Saturday, September 2, 2017
AIRFARE is Included

Go Back
Be part of the first cruise ship passengers to visit Cuba

Cuba - stepping back in time

Daily Itinerary:

Seven Days That Could Change The Way You See The World... And The Way The World Sees You

As Cuba welcomes U.S. travelers by sea for the first time in more than half a century, you’ll feel the excitement in the air from the moment you step on board your ship. Cuban movies, Cuban music, Cuban cuisine – they’ll all be part of your outbound voyage, as you learn more about the remarkable people you’re about to meet. 

Your on-board journey will include an orientation to the country’s history, customs and culture, including guided sessions with the Fathom team to share your insights, ideas, and opportunities about the future of cultural exchange travel to Cuba. On shore, you’ll put that orientation to good use as you get involved in people-to-people experiences that include a variety of cultural, artistic, educational and humanitarian activities. As you share information, as you build bridges of positive human relationships and experiences, you’ll be in the first wave of a Fathom experience whose ultimate goal is to help facilitate and sustain programs that meet the needs of the local communities.

Cruise Roundtrip from Miami onboard the the modern 704-passenger Adonia.  Your home for the seven days of your journey is a small adventure in itself. In addition to nourishing your hunger to make a difference, your voyage will also nourish your body with thoughtfully prepared, Cuban-inspired meals that include a variety of vegetarian options. There’s a pool, a gym, a games deck, even a full-sized library. And, of course, there’s the infinite mystery of the wide, wide sea around you. So your spirit gets a bit of extra nourishment too.But, beyond its built-in amenities, what matters most about the Adonia is its size. It’s small enough to let you get genuinely acquainted with your fellow travelers: the people who share your desire for meaningful human connection. And, for the Fathom voyager, that’s the most important amenity of all.

Ports of Call

The Adonia will visit three historic ports on your journey: Havana, the country’s capital, the historic towns of Cienfuegos/Trinidad, and Cuba’s second largest city, Santiago de Cuba.

Havana  Cuba’s colorful capital is probably best known for the Spanish-influenced architecture of Old Havana. But its historic castles, fortresses, cathedrals, mansions and public buildings vie for attention with the city’s lively music and entertainment scene, an eclectic and sophisticated mix of museums, art galleries, music, dance, and open-air festivals that take full advantage of the island’s sunny Caribbean climate.

Cienfuegos  The coastal city of Cienfuegos is known to Cubans as the Pearl of the South. Near the entrance to the bay stands the imposing fortress of Castillo de Jagua, built in 1745 to protect the city against pirate attacks. Just an hour away is Trinidad, one of Cuba’s best-preserved cities from the days of the sugar trade. It was from here, in 1518, that Hernán Cortés recruited men for his now-legendary expedition.

Santiago de Cuba The distinctly Caribbean spirit of Santiago de Cuba is evident in every aspect of the city’s Afro-Cuban cultural life. Cuba’s second largest city is home to the popular festivals of Carnaval and the Fiesta del Fuego, as well as to many of the country’s most famed musicians and artists. Its diverse architecture ranges from the Spanish coastal fortress of Castillo del Morro to the red-domed towers of the Basílica de Nuestra Señora de la Caridad del Cobre, Cuba’s most sacred pilgrimage site.
Occupancy Cabin Type Category Cruise and Air Rate Cruise Only Rate Insurance Port Tax
  Per Person   Veranda   Inside   $2819.00   NA   $262.00   $165.98
  Per Person   Veranda   Outside   $3302.00   NA   $304.00   $165.98
  Per Person   Veranda   Balcony   $3806.00   NA   $349.00   $165.98

Additional Tour Information:

Deposit: $400 per person. 
Final due for 9/2/17 cruise: May 14, 2017
Shipboard Gratuities are $11.50 per person per day.   Impact Activities Included.

Cancellation Policy: May 14 and earlier: full refund; May 15 - June 18:  $900 penalty; June 19 until departure: no refund.

Prices in our brochure and on our website were effective on January 2, 2017. At the time you purchase your air tour or cruise, prices may be higher because of an increase in carrier charges. For current prices, please call us at 800-421-3330.
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