Posted by: cruise2 | 4 July, 2015


Programmes will be available from Canada. Thanks to Anthony for writing this up.


MSC Cruises has announced that it will be the first major cruise line to homeport a ship in Cuba this winter.

According to a report on Cruise Critic (, these voyages will be bracketed by a pair of transatlantic crossings.

Originally scheduled to run a season of Canary Islands cruises this winter,  the 2,120 passenger MSC Opera will instead sail from Genoa on December 2nd, arriving in Havana on the 21st. The ship will then depart Havana on April 21st for an eastbound crossing, scheduled to end in Warnemunde, Germany, on May 7th.

Beginning on December 22nd, the soon to be lengthened and refurbished MSC Opera will begin a series of some sixteen, seven night round trips from Havana. In addition to scheduled stops in Mexico, Grand Cayman and Jamaica, all voyages will offer a full, two night stay in the legendary Cuban capital as a compelling central feature.

The voyages, arranged…

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  1. could be exciting……….thanks for sharing

    • Thanks, Lee. From Canada I’ve been selling Cuba Cruise using Louis Cristal for a couple of years.

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