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Another Royal Caribbean Cruise Ship Will Offer Cruises to Cuba

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As of writing this no official release has been sent out but the well known Royal Caribbean Blog site is reporting that Majesty of the Seas is set to sail to Cuba from Port Canaveral, Florida. The cruise ship will depart on its maiden Cuba voyage on March 25, 2019, on a 4-night itinerary which will include an overnight in the Capital Havana.

No other sailings have been spotted on the Royal Caribbean site but of course, more could be added. Majesty of the Seas will be the second vessel sailing to Cuba as Empress of the Seas began calling to the Caribbean island in April 2017. Empress of the Seas is offering a series of cruises to Cuba also with overnight stays.

We’ll keep an eye out for any further details on Majesty of the Seas sailing to Cuba. Majesty of the Seas is a┬áSovereign-class vessel at 74,000 gross tons and carrying 2,300 passengers. The ship will be the largest in the fleet to call in Cuba.

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