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Carnival Corporation’s MS Adonia sailed into the Port of Havana on Monday morning making history as the first cruise ship to sail from the U.S. to Cuba in over 50 year.
The 704-passenger MS Adonia is part of Carnival Corp.’s 10th and newest brand, Fathom Cruises. The Port of Havana is the first of three destinations that guests will visit as part of the brand’s exclusive seven-night voyages to Cuba. Following this inaugural cruise, Fathom will begin operating weeklong itineraries from PortMiami every other week, with regular calls in Havana, Cienfuegos and Santiago de Cuba.
Prices for the seven-day cruises to Cuba start at $1,800 per person plus taxes and fees. And yes, Cuban-born natives are allowed to make the trip.
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