Cuba Cruise

October 18 – 25, 2018

Aboard Royal Caribbean’s Empress of the Seas

Departing Miami, Fl. to Key West, Costa Maya, Cozumel, and Havana,Cuba

Day 1 - Miami

Miami with the city’s nonstop action, from party-ready South Beach to the Mediterranean style of Coral Gables, plus spicy Little Havana, which hums to an island beat. Once you’ve experienced all the South Florida architectural beauty, energetic street life and sun-kissed beaches, you may want to extend your stay in the Magic City after your cruise returns.

Day 2 - key west

Key West is considered a place where a gay visitor can be out, open and welcomed.  It is an open-minded community that is safe, gay-friendly and relaxed. It exhibits a warm, “come as you are” ambiance and is one of the main reasons many gay visitors feel more themselves in this subtropical island’s gay scene than anyplace else.

In Key West, you can find drag shows, gay fishing excursions, gay pool parties, private beaches as well as clothing-optional sunning decks and a number of gay-owned and managed resorts, bars and restaurants. It’s easy to understand why Key West locals adopted their motto: “Close to perfect, far from normal.”

Day 3 - day at sea

“Days at sea.” It has a certain romantic ring to it—yet some travelers aren’t sure what to do during those unscripted times when their cruise ship is on the way to its next destination. Many cruisers wonder what to do with their free time when sailing between one destination and the next.
When the weather is good, a popular pastime of choice is sunbathing on one of the ship’s expansive decks or by a pool. But on a Royal Caribbean cruise vacation there’s a bevy of other experiences and incredible dining options at your fingertips, designed to cater to everyone on board. You can check out world-class shows, themed dance parties, fun games, classes and movies galore, plus much more. And don’t forget to take advantage of the rejuvenating spa.

day 4 - costa maya

With sparkling sands and turquoise seas, Costa Maya is a relaxing destination where you can swim and sun, explore the coral reef offshore or Maya ruins in the jungle. The nearby fishing village of Mahahual is even more laid-back.

day 5 - cozumel

Cozumel features great diving, snorkeling and beaches, marine-life encounters, botanical gardens, trails and shopping in the town of San Miguel. The nearby mainland is home to Tulum, Mayan cliff side ruins overlooking the Caribbean.

day 6 - Havana

Legendary nightlife, iconic music, and distinct culture. Take the unique opportunity to get to know fascinating local culture while discovering the timeless sights and sounds of nostalgic Havana. Mingle with locals and partake in the vibrant community art projects as you immerse yourself in a place untouched by time.

day 7 - Havana

Don’t miss the Plaza de la Catedral, one of the old town squares in Havana and home to the Cathedral of Havana San Cristobal. With its majestic 18th century architecture and landmarks, it’s known as one of the most valuable historical sites in the city. Visitors can admire the cathedral as they sip Cuba’s signature cafecito in the plaza café.

day 8 - Miami

Back home in the Good Ol’ USA


Rates are subject to change. Taxes, Fees & Port expenses of $162.88 are additional. If you plan on going into Havana a travel visa is required at a cost of $75 per person. The visa will be provided by Royal Caribbean and precessed onboard.  The cost will be billed to you onboard account.

Interior Cabin

$523-$926 per person

$1046-$1852 single occupancy

Ocean View Cabin

$593-$1068 per person

$1186 – $2136 single occupancy


$1523 – $4840

$3046 – $9680

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