Norwegian Sky
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Norwegian Cruise Line is extending cruises to Cuba through 2018 with the Norwegian Sky out of Miami, Florida.

The Norwegian Sky will extend cruises to Cuba with 33 new voyages through 2018. The ships new season to Cuba will begin in March out of PortMiami, Florida and will be in addition to previously announced Cuba itineraries for 2017.

The vessel will begin on March 26, 2018, sailing 4-day roundtrip cruises to Cuba. 32 of the itineraries will include an overnight in the capital of Havana. The 4-day cruises will also include a call at NCL’s Great Stirrup Cay, the line’s private island in the Bahamas.

Andy Stuart, president and chief executive officer for Norwegian Cruise Line, said:

“Cuba is a spectacular destination and we are seeing incredible demand from our guests to experience the beautiful and cultural-rich city of Havana and her warm and friendly people.” “We are excited to provide even more opportunities for our guests to experience this incredible destination into 2018.”

Bookings for the extended 4-day cruises to Cuba will be open on April 20, 2017. Cruise Hive readers can browse all cruises for Norwegian Cruise Line and get the top 10 price drops. Norwegian Sky is a 77,100 gross ton vessel and is currently sailing Bahamas cruises out of Miami. The ship will first begin sailing to Cuba in May 2017.