Into Havana on a “people-to-people” tour from the first American cruise ship in 58 years
Kids from the Adonia mugging for the camera in Old Havana

Into Havana on a “people-to-people” tour from the first American cruise ship in 58 years

Cubans lined the Havana shoreline, cheering loudly as the ship sailed in. Those on board lined the decks cheering, waving Cuban and American flags as Adonia, became the first American ship to enter Havana Harbor in 58 years

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On the first American sea voyage to Cuba since the Revolution
Provisioning for first American cruise to Cuba in 2016

On the first American sea voyage to Cuba since the Revolution

Eleven kids are making history, though they may not realize it. The kids are among the 700 passengers aboard Fathom’s Adonia, the first American ship to win approval to sail into Cuba from American shores in more than 50 years. (Fathom is the newest cruise brand of Carnival Corp).

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