HAVANA & SOUTH COAST

CIenfuegos – Trinidad & Islands Charter

The Cienfuegos City is located in the central-south region of Cuba, bathed by the clear and blue waters of the Caribbean Sea. Was founded in 1819 by Frenchman Luis Declouet under the name of Fernandina de Jagua. Limit at north with Villa Clara, at west with Matanzas and at east with Sancti Spíritus. The Cienfuegos City is also known as “The Pearl of the South” or “The beautiful city of the sea” because its majestic architecture and the stunning beauty of its bay. www.cienfuegoscity.org

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    65'-85' Private Yacht Charter

    65'-85' Private Yacht Charter

    Cienfuegos - Trinidad
    $72,000 - 94,000 for 6-8 guests (all-inclusive) ($12,000 per guest, double occupancy)
    85'-110' Private Yacht Charter

    85'-110' Private Yacht Charter

    Havana - Varadero
    $102,000- $136,000 for 6-8 guests (all-inclusive) $17,000 per guest, double occupancy
    110'-150' Private Yacht Charter

    110'-150' Private Yacht Charter

    Cienfuegos - Trinidad
    $176,000 - 264,000 for 8-12 guests (all-inclusive) ($22,000 per guest, double occupancy)
    150'+ Mega-Yacht Charter

    150'+ Mega-Yacht Charter

    Cienfuegos - Trinidad
    $270,000 - $324,000 for 10-12 guests (all-inclusive) ($27,000 per guest, double occupancy)

150’+ Mega-Yacht Charter
12 guests per boat
$27,000 per person

charter 110' yacht

110′-150′ Yacht
8-12 Guests per boat
$22,000 per person

85′-110′ Yacht
6-8 Guests per boat
$17,000 per person

65′-85′ Yacht
6-8 Guests per boat
$12,000 per person

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ITINERARY

People-to-people travel, which exists as part of the educational activities category under U.S. Visa regulations, allows any American (Passport holder or Resident) to legally travel to Cuba, provided they travel with an authorized tour operator.

Requirements include: Travel-related transactions pursuant to this authorization must be for the purpose of engaging, while in Cuba, in a full-time schedule of activities intended to enhance contact with the Cuban people, support civil society in Cuba, or promote the Cuban people’s independence from Cuban authorities; Each traveler has a full-time schedule of educational exchange activities that will result in meaningful interaction between the traveler and individuals in Cuba. Our custom itineraries are built around this legal requirement.

There are direct commercial flight to Cienfuegos, or you clear in on a private aircraft

Day One

Fly into Havana. Guide will meet you at Airport and take to a top-tier hotel. Activities dependent on time of day you arrive. In all cases, you will be able to stroll int he Old City and be treated to a meal in a private roof-top restaurant overlooking the city. Get settled on board and then have a stroll around this colonial gem, the tranquil City of Cienfuegos. Have dinner aboard or visit a local “paladar”, which is a private restaurant that is usually placed in the home of the entrepreneur who runs the restaurant.  This is an example of ‘private enterprise’ in the evolving Cuba.

cuba-fine-dining
castilla de jagua

Day Two

Trinidad a World Cultural Heritage site, where the people are as warm and welcoming as the tropical sun. It’s cobblestone streets, squares and colonial buildings harken back to a time of elegance and wealth. Tour the studios and galleries of some of Cuba’s most famous artists, or shop for pottery and woodcarvings at local markets.

Day Three

Explore Cienfuegos  and view the impressive Castillo de Jagua – a fortress built in 1745 to protect the city against invasions from the real pirates of the Caribbean. The city is rich with architectural treasures – from theatres to estate mansions. With this accomplished, you are ready to cruise east (about 50 miles) to the colonial village of Trinidad, where you will spend the night.  Everyone will pile into vintage 1950’s convertibles and do the Havana tour, so you get a perspective of the City including a visit to the El Morro Castle that sits on a hilltop at the mouth of the harbor, overlooking the City.  A full day and evening of activities will be arranged according to your preferences.

cuban art
dina al fresco cuba

Day Four

The coastlines and “cayos” of these cruising areas are lined with spotless white sandy beaches and low-lying islands of coral reefs where your own dedicated ‘Marinero’ or “Marine Biologist” – a trained Cuban expert with a wealth of knowledge about the country,the eco-systems and the diverse marine life of Guajimico, Playa Ingles and further Ancón Beach, Cayo Blanco, Cayo Machos de Fuera and Cayo Cinco Balas. The stunning scenery of these beauty spots make a breathtaking backdrop for an evening of al fresco dining.

The two main island groups along the central southern shore of Cuba are the biggest Marine Nature Park of the Caribbean “Los Jardines de la Reina” and “The Canarreos Archipielago.The Jardines de la Reina marine park is an uninhabited area protected by one of the world’s longest coral barrier reefs. The Canarreos Archiepelago is a 90km stretched aerea of small to medium sized islands (cayos) with hundreds of wonderful anchorages to choose from such as the famos Playa Sirena of Cayo Largo. Other islands including Cayo del Rosario, Cayo Cantiles and Cayo Campos have coral seabeds teeming with tropical fish. Cayo Guano del Este is a one mile long and one mile wide deserted key and serves as an ideal first stop after your cruise across to this area.

Day Five

Cruise back to Cienfuegos for a final visit and to depart, perhaps for a visit to Havana…

cruising cuba

Groups from 8-60 persons can experience Cuba by private yacht(s) which can travel in a flotilla.
Prices range from $17,000 per person for a smaller yacht to $27,000+ per person on a mega-yacht.

150’+ Mega-Yacht Charter
12 guests per boat
$27,000 per person

charter 110' yacht

110′-150′ Yacht
8-12 Guests per boat
$22,000 per person

85′-110′ Yacht
6-8 Guests per boat
$17,000 per person

65′-85′ Yacht
6-8 Guests per boat
$12,000 per person

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