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Cuba
Luxury Yacht Charter Destination

Cuba attracts more than a million visitors each year, and over the last couple of decades the tourism industry has risen spectacularly to meet demand. As the largest island in the Caribbean, a visit to Cuba offers a wide array of destinations, historic locations and UNESCO World Heritage Sites, and Cubans themselves have been described as ‘the friendliest people in the world’.

Cuba, often thought of as the rebellious pearl of the Caribbean, is not your usual Latin American destination.  It is an island that spans many traditions and trends; its people are modern, friendly with visitors and proud of their country's history.  With fabulous 1950s American cars, mind-blowing mojitos and a real sense of stepping back in time, Cuba is a Caribbean destination with a difference. Despite now being more accessible to superyachts and international travellers alike, with red tape cut back over recent years and Visa restrictions minimal, Cuba is still largely undeveloped and requires an explorative mindset.

Cuba’s luxury yacht cruising options are as exciting as they are enigmatic. There is a unique draw to this tropical island that combines salsa and rum-filled nights with days exploring Cuba’s lush green forest, 289 beaches and spectacular dive sites. Cuba is a also a great ‘stepping stone’ yacht charter spot, as it is a short crossing from the Bahamas, Belize, Honduras and Florida. 

No Cuban yacht charter is complete without a stop in Havana, the bustling capital. Dilapidated charm and historical gravitas aside, it is a hotbed of Latin American culture, set in a jumble of colonial-meets-Soviet-brutalist architecture. It’s not all aging guitarists smoking cigars and playing Buena Vista Social Club however; a new generation of music is springing up and representing Havana’s modern aspirations, including urban soul, electronica and jazz. Don’t miss out on Hemingway’s two favourite watering holes: La Floridita for a daiquiri and La Bodeguita del Medio for a mojito.

From Havana, head to the island’s far western tip, the least developed part of Cuba, where there is superb snorkelling and diving for all abilities. Find an anchorage in the bright turquoise waters of the Bahía de Corrientes bay, nestled in the Guanahacabibes National Park. Then head east to the Isla de la Juventude, for the untouched beaches of Cayo Largo and Cayo Rosario.

As an island country, Cuba is actually an archipelago of 1,600 islands and 4,000 islets with huge potential for exploration and adventure.  Exploring the Cuban islands by luxury superyacht is a once-in-a-lifetime experience.

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