Sailings to Cuba will keep going through December 2017 with Norwegian Cruise Line. The cruise line will keep offering itineraries with Norwegian Sky, the first NCL ship to call in Cuba.

Norwegian Sky will extend cruises to Cuba through December 2017, with the five previously announced cruises in May 2017, these 25 additional cruises, which start in June 2017, all feature an overnight stays in the capital of Havana.

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

“We are thrilled to be the first cruise line able to offer weekly sailings from Miami to Cuba through the fall of 2017, all with overnights in the beautiful city of Havana.”

“We have seen great demand from our guests for sailings to Cuba and we look forward to providing more opportunities for them to experience this incredibly culture-rich destination on a weekly basis.”

Norwegian Sky will sail four-day roundtrip cruises from Miami each Monday, featuring an overnight in the capital of Havana as well as a call on Great Stirrup Cay, Norwegian’s private island in the Bahamas. Norwegian Sky’s sailings to Cuba will also feature a call to Great Stirrup Cay, Norwegian’s private island destination in the Bahamas that was recently enhanced to offer guests exciting new ways to enjoy the island, with additional features to be added through summer 2017.

Along with the freedom and flexibility that only Norwegian Cruise Line can provide, guests sailing on Norwegian Sky will also enjoy unlimited complimentary beverages as a part of the ship’s all-inclusive program. Norwegian Sky’s four-day cruises to Cuba will open for sale on February 21.