MSC Cruises Ship Begins Cuba Service from Florida

By ,   December 11, 2018 ,   Cruise Industry

MSC Armonia arrived in Miami FL Monday morning, December 10, to begin 7-day Caribbean cruises with a couple of days in Havana, Cuba.

The MSC Cruises ship will offer year-round 7-night Caribbean itineraries departing from Miami FL and visiting Montego Bay, Georgetown, and Cozumel, before arriving in the Cuban capital on Saturday as well as staying overnight to Sunday. With only one sea day in the itinerary, travelers are given more time to explore the sun-soaked call ports.

MSC Armonia cruise ship

With 2 full days in Havana, passengers have the chance to immerse themselves in Cuban culture via various distinctive tours. Guests can sip on local rum, try classic Habanos cigars, ride in vintage American cars, and dance at Havana’s largest nightclub, Tropicana.

MSC Armonia offers families an opportunity to explore together, made easy through a higher ratio of staterooms accommodating 3rd and 4th guests. With Kids Sail Free available on many trips, cruisers can save more when bringing the family onboard.

MSC Armonia’s offerings were tailored for families since the vessel underwent a US$250 million Renaissance Program, where she was stretched late 2014, adding new onboard features, including a splash park for kids.

MSC Armonia will continue sailing year round from Miami FL to Cuba and the Caribbean, with balcony stateroom prices starting at US$1,169 per person.