Victory offers immersive Cuba cruises with multi-day calls in five ports (Image: Victory Cruises)
Victory Cruise Lines has confirmed that Cuba port facilities are operating and planned tour venues and shore excursions will go ahead.
Bruce Nierenberg, president and CEO of Victory Cruise Lines, said: “Our first concern was for the people of Cuba and their safety during Hurricane Irma. Our hearts go out to those who have experienced loss.” Nierenberg has spoken with hosts and partners on the ground who report that recovery is well underway.
Victory offers ‘immersive’ Cuba cruises with multi-day calls in five ports. “We have been told by our tour operators this is simply the best Cuba cruise itinerary ever put together. It has a high value for the price and offers a leisurely pace to really get to know the people of Cuba,” said Nierenberg.
All of the line’s Cuba 360° itineraries explore the island stopping at Havana, Maria la Gorda, Cienfuegos, Trinidad de Cuba and Santiago de Cuba. Designed to bring guests authentic Cuba, this cruise features five Unesco sites included in Victory’s ll-inclusive shore excursions.
All Victory cruises to Cuba fully comply with all U.S. regulations for Americans traveling to Cuba, including recent regulatory changes.