Cruise Line To Use Havana Cuba as Homeport


Fred Olsen Cruise Line will have its BRAEMAR cruise in Havana, Cuba as a “homeport” for the 2021-2022 season.

The ship will carry out routes to the Eastern and Western Caribbean, without touching any American port.

The Braemar cruise ship was received in March in Cuba, after no port would like to receive it for having positive cases of COVID-19. Cuba helped the cruise line to return the passengers to the United Kingdom in a totally safe way and as a humanitarian aid. 

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Today we see how the company positions a cruise ship “homeport” in the Cuban capital.

Clare Ward, Director of Product and Customer Service at Fred. Olsen Cruise Lines, said:

“Too often the Caribbean is thought of as a single destination, but it is so much more than that, with so many islands offering different and unique yet equally exceptional experiences.

“The eastern Caribbean, with destinations such as St Kitts and St Maarten provide the perfect setting for those looking to recharge their batteries and enjoy the laid back way of life while escaping the colder winter temperatures back home. Guests can take in the many stunning waterfalls and beaches in St Lucia, take a trip on a Rhum Runner in Grenada and indulge their Bob Marley knowledge in Port Royal.

“Meanwhile the western islands offer endless opportunities to explore, immerse and learn. For example, during calls into Cozumel, guests can explore the Mayan Ruins – one of the Seven Wonders of the World – and trek through the jungles in Belize.

“Using Havana, Cuba, as our new turnaround base allows us to really showcase the Caribbean in all its glory. It also means we can offer extended stays into Havana so that our guests have plenty of time to enjoy this vibrant city, with late-night departures or overnight stays where possible.

“Havana has always delivered high guest satisfaction ratings on our sailings, so it is great to be able to offer more opportunities for them to explore this wonderful port.”

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