There’s nowhere in the world quite like Cuba. And no major cruise line takes you deeper into its distinct culture than Royal Caribbean® with three unique ports to explore. Get up close and personal with Cuba’s heritage in Havana. Go off the cobblestoned path to meet the locals in Santiago de Cuba. And uncover the “Pearl of the South,” Cienfuegos. Fleet favorites Empress of the Seas℠ and Majesty of the Seas® cruising from Miami, Tampa and Fort Lauderdale, offering immersive Cuba-inspired entertainment, cuisine and guest lectures onboard. There's only one way to see Cuba like this — Royal Caribbean.
This is not a tourist trap. This is authenticity everywhere you look — exploring the culture, cuisine and artistry of Havana, Cuba with incredible days and overnight stays on Majesty of the Seas®. Cuba cruises sail from Miami, Tampa, and Fort Lauderdale.
Go farther off the beaten path with stops in Havana, Cienfuegos and Santiago de Cuba. This is not itinerary idling. This is delving deep into shores that few have explored on the most adventurous cruise ship sailing Cuba — Empress of the Seas℠.
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A blend of Spanish, African and Caribbean cuisines, food in Cuba is a blend of tradition and island flavor. Rice, beans, plantains — and of course rum — are central to any meal you’ll enjoy here.
If you’re sailing to Cuba on Royal Caribbean, you’ll need a valid passport book.
You’ll need a visa to travel to Cuba — but we’ll take care of that for you.
We’ve created a simple checklist to make getting ready for your trip a breeze.
Go beyond daytime discovery on an overnight stay in Havana, and visit the famed Cabaret Tropicana, home to a legendary musical legacy built over 80 years. Soak up the rich Afro-Cuban roots in cobblestone-lined Santiago de Cuba, or roam the picturesque “Pearl of the South,” Cienfuegos.