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Quoted prices on the website do not include the Early Bird Discount.
Early Bird Discount (EBD) will be applied as follows:
• 15% EBD for bookings made before April 30th 2017 for sailings between April 14th 2017 - December 29th 2017.
• 10% EBD for bookings made from November 1st 2016 until January 31st 2017 for sailings between November 18th 2016 - April 10th 2017.
• 10% EBD for bookings made from May 1st 2017 until July 31st 2017 for sailings between April 14th 2017 - December 29th 2017.
*Prices include all taxes and port fees.
Length: 162 m GRT: 25,611 Flag: Malta
|Deck 10 - “ZEUS”
IA Standard Inside Cabins
IB Standard Inside Cabins
IC Superior Inside Cabins
ID Premium Inside Cabins
IE Deluxe Inside Cabin
XA Standard Outside Cabin
XBO Superior Outside Cabin
XB Superior Outside Cabin
XC Premium Outside Cabin
XD Premium Outside Cabin
XF Deluxe Outside Cabin
SBJ Junior Balcony Suite
SB Balcony Suite
SI Imperial Suite
|HAVANA - Departure|
|Saturday||Santiago de Cuba||07:00||15:00|
|MONTEGO BAY - Departure|
|Saturday||Santiago de Cuba||07:00||15:00|
|Friday||Montego Bay, Jamaica||08:00|
|Passengers can begin their trip from either Havana, Cuba or Montego Bay, Jamaica
* Itinerary, arrival and departure times subject to change.
Cuba’s capital is home to 2 million people and in addition to its brilliant seaside setting, hums with enough history, music, art and architecture to rank it among the world’s most intriguing cities. Modern Havana is a unique combination of colonial influences, 1950s design and elements (like all those emblematic antique cars) and energetic entrepreneurial spirit which is totally new and evolving daily.
When everyone is boarded and check-in to the cabins complete, a welcome briefing and cocktail party is held on the outer deck. While savoring a Mojito or Cuba Libre, you will meet the team of guides, lecturers, and shipboard staff, who provide you an overview of the week ahead and explain how things work onboard the ship.
The welcome dinner consists of a variety of traditional Cuban food. Cuban cuisine is a fusion of Spanish, African and Caribbean influences, and the result is a unique and flavorful blend of those cultures. Much attention has been paid to deliver an incredible gastronomic experience on board during the trip; this evening will be no exception.
Dine with fellow passengers, before retiring to the upper deck to wave good-bye as we set sail from the port of Havana. When setting out from the harbor, the ship passes the magnificent colonial-era forts that once guarded the entrance of the city and protected her against pirates. Together, this complex is entitled the Fortaleza de San Carlos de la Cabaña and the Castillo de los Tres Reyes del Morro (a national monument); locals know it as simply the Morro-Cabaña, but no matter what you call it, the view from the ship is spectacular.
Cienfuegos & Trinidad
Pine forests scent the “Isle of Youth” and mingle with orange blossoms and warm ocean breezes. We transfer you to the beach at Port Frances. This is a glorious beach of pure white sand surrounded by crystal clear warm waters - perfect for snorkeling. Enjoy your afternoon on the beach in the sunshine!
Montego Bay, Jamaica
Enjoy the beautiful City of Cienfuegos, capital to Cuba’s smallest province and bastion of hospitality, strolling along its seaside promenade and viewing the Castillo de Jagua: an impressive fortress erected in 1745 for protection against pirates.
Visit the colonial city of Trinidad, a UNESCO world cultural heritage site nestled in one of the island’s most picturesque areas. Bask in the warmth of the people and the charming cobblestone streets.
Santiago de Cuba
Montego Bay is one of the two exciting embarkation ports. With unique culture, amazing beaches, picturesque mountains, and incredible duty free shopping, this place cannot be overlooked.
Go horseback riding on the beach, take in a round of golf, explore a plantation, or meander around the shops and enjoy. Whether you start your cruise here or spend the day, Montego Bay is extraordinary.
Santiago is one of Cuba’s most interesting and historically significant cities. Founded by Spanish conquistador Diego Velazquez de Cuellar in 1514, Santiago was the capital of the Spanish colony of Cuba from 1522 until 1589. Today, Santiago remains the most important urban area outside of Havana, and is considered the birthplace of son – the musical tradition from the island’s Oriente (Eastern) region to which most forms of Cuba’s long-lasting and globally renowned music, including salsa,can be traced.
Santiago is also known for being the Cradle of the Revolution. It was here, in 1953, that an attack on Batistas Barracks at Moncada was done and finally, a few years later after successfully toppling Batista and his dictatorship, the first victory speech took place in Parque Cespedes in Santiago.
The region is well known for many other things. There are the ruins of French coffee plantations to the east of the city in the mountains that are recognized by UNESCO as a world cultural heritage site. The famed Cuban cigar has deep-rooted tradition in Santiago, as does the production of rum. Both a cigar factory and rum distillery can be found in Santiago.
This area has the largest concentration of Afro-Cubans and is the center for Afro-Cuban culture in all its musical, artistic, and religious forms. Santiago has gained fame for its musical tradition especially and the city boasts several music venues showcasing the diverse range and forms of Cuban music.
Passengers arrive in Santiago de Cuba after breakfast to spend the entire day here. Several on-shore excursions or venturing off and exploring on your own provide the opportunity to experience the region up close and personally. You may return to the ship at any time to relax and take a break. Dinner is served onboard, but you are free to stay in town for a meal and live music, too. Departure from Santiago de Cuba is at midnight, so there is lots of time to have fun onshore.
**Any features that are temporarily unavailable or that have been permanently withdrawn for whatever reason do not have any cash value and are therefore non-refundable. These features can be changed by the Company with or without prior notice.NOT INCLUDED IN YOUR CRUISE FARE
All costs for entry visas when arriving by air into Cuba, passports, health certificates and items of a personal nature, e.g. laundry and dry cleaning, meals not mentioned in itineraries, any meals or services ashore of any sort, casino, medical services, internet access, spa and salon services, telephone calls, faxes, in-room safe, specialty beverages and excess baggage charges are not included in the price of your cruise.CHILDREN AND INFANTS
Infants must be 6 months – 2 years old and children must be 2-12 years old on the last day of travel to qualify for special fares. Passengers under the age of 21 years must be accompanied by a passenger who is 21 years or older. For family groups booking multiple staterooms ~ please inquire at time of booking. Upon check-in, we may require proof of age for passengers with a reservation made at the “child price”. If a child’s age does not comply with the age limits above, we may charge the child as an adult and require immediate payment for the difference between the child rate and the adult rate. If you require a crib on the ship it must be requested at the time of booking (fee may apply). Under no circumstances will Cuba Travel Network permit the sale of cruise tickets to Unaccompanied Minors (under 21).PREGNANCY
Cuba Travel Network cannot accept reservations from expectant mothers who will have entered their third trimester of their pregnancy by the beginning of, or at any time during, their cruise. All pregnant women are required to produce a doctor´s or midwife’s letter stating that the mother and baby are in good health, fit to travel, and the pregnancy is not high-risk. The letter must also include the Estimated Date of Delivery (EDD).CANCELLATION FEES
Cuba Travel Network must receive cancellation requests in writing. If you cancel the reservation:
|Days prior to departure date||Cancellation charge|
57 days or more
20 % cancellation fees on cruise fare.
56-30 days prior
50 % cancellation fees on cruise fare.
29-16 days prior
75 % cancellation fees on cruise fare.
15 days or less
100 % cancellation fees on cruise fare.
No refund will be permitted if a guest voluntarily or involuntarily does not show up for their cruise or terminates his/her cruise in progress. Cruise contracts are non-transferable. Cruise date changes are considered reservation cancellations and are subject to the above cancellation fees.REFUNDS
Refund requests for reservations cancelled within the specified time limitations should be made in writing and should indicate the CUBA TRAVEL NETWORK booking confirmation number, name of guest, the amount of payment and cruise departure date.
There will be no refund on any unused portion of the cruise package or for premature departure except in the case of extreme emergency or unless explicitly agreed in writing by CUBA TRAVEL NETWORK.CRUISE CHECK-IN AND CHECK-OUT CONDITIONS
Your cruise documentation will include information regarding your check-in and embarkation times for your cruise. All guests must be onboard 90 minutes prior to the vessel’s scheduled departure time. Checkout / disembarkation information will be provided onboard.CUSTOMS & IMMIGRATION
Customs and/or immigration officials can deny a person, or persons, whether they are residents or visitors, entry (or re-entry) into their country at their own discretion. A previous criminal record could be an obstacle in international travel. Cuba Travel Network cannot be held responsible for denied entry under any circumstances.
The Celestyal Crystal was built in 1980. Over the years, the ship has been refurbished several times and renovated continually. The last renovations were in the fall of 2015 when 43 balcony cabins were added.How big is the ship?
The ship weighs 25,611 tonnes. It has nine passenger decks, 476 staterooms of which 53 have balconies, and can accommodate 1200 guests.How big are the cabins and balconies?
General questions about the cabin you're interested in can be answered by our reservation agents.Do any of the cabins’ windows open?
No, the windows on the ship do not open for safety reasons.What side of the ship will face land with the new sailing route?
The port side will face land as we circumnavigate Cuba each week.What are some of the ship’s meeting area amenities?
The Celestyal Crystal has conference rooms as part of the Symposium Business Centre with audio/visual capabilities such as: video projector, podium, flat screen TV, DVD player, laptops, flip charts, audio systems, and microphones. Fees apply for rental of these facilities. Capacities are as follows:
|Meeting Areas||Conference Room 1||Conference Room 2||Metropolitan Show Lounge|
Yes. The Celestyal Crystal has a medical centre onboard. If you are taking any prescription medications we suggest that you carry a few days’ extra supply in case of flight delays or other unforeseen circumstances. Medication should be carried in your hand luggage. If you have any allergies, please call our reservations department at 1-855-364-4999.What is the electrical voltage onboard?
All cabins have electrical outlets for both 220 and 110 volts.Is there an emergency contact number for the ship?
Yes. The ship can be contacted with the following numbers: 001 9546 726 798 (Reception) And by fax: 00870 765096512/13Will there be cell phone service while onboard the ship?
Yes, but please note that when your mobile phones are out of shore side network limits, their signal will be transmitted via the vessels' satellite which increases the cost to you, the subscriber. Please note that all communication services shut down when the sailing past Guantanamo Bay.Are there scheduled church services onboard?
There are no scheduled church services onboard the ship.
Cuba Cruise's 7-day "All-inclusive" package passengers receive all meals onboard, select shore excursions, beverage package (see below for details), gratuities, evening entertainment and theme nights.How are meals served?
As a general rule the following applies: Breakfast is served Buffet Style in Amalthia Restaurant (Ouranos Deck 8), as well as Leda Casual Dining (Hera Deck 9). Lunch is served “a la Carte” in Amalthia Restaurant (Ouranos Deck 8), as well as Buffet Style in Leda Casual Dining (Hera Deck 9). Dinner is served “a la carte” or Buffet Style at the discretion of the Maitre d’. Dinner restaurants are Amalthia Restaurant (Ouranos Deck 8), and the Olympus Restaurant (Dionyssos Deck 5).What is the menu like onboard?
Meat and produce is imported fresh weekly. To provide you with an ‘authentic Cuba’ experience, parts of the menu will explore pre-1950s Cuban cuisine. Expect exciting flavours and new delicacies, along with our fantastic international menu with Mediterranean, European, and North American influences.Is it possible to accommodate gluten-free meals?
Yes, Cuba Cruise can accommodate gluten-free meals. Please contact us to make the request on your booking. You will also need to mention this to the staff once onboard.Are coffee, tea or juice included at meal times?
Yes, coffee and tea at all meals. Juice is included at breakfast.Are there two seatings for meals?
No. Meals will be served on a single open seating basis commencing at 6:30pm.Can I sit with my friends or family at the same table for dinner each night?
Yes, we would be more than happy to accommodate your seating requests. Please advise us, when booking, that you are travelling with others. Upon boarding, contact reception to arrange the seating with the Maitre d'.What is the dress code for dinners?
Smart casual, no shorts or sandals for the gentlemen. For the Captain's dinner and gala events elegant attire is encouraged but is entirely optional.Will there be snacks served in addition to the meals?
Yes, snacks will be provided at designated times and locations as per your daily schedule onboard. Snacks outside designated times, sandwiches, and pizza are all at an extra cost and can be purchased at bars or other designated areas onboard.Is there room service available?
Yes, 24 hours/day for snacks, sandwiches, pizza, hot/cold beverages including beer and wine. Menu prices, no delivery surcharge.Is the ship’s tap water in a passenger's cabin drinkable?
Yes, all water onboard is safe to drink.Tap water is freely available throughout the ship and small bottles of water are a part of the beverage packages. Large bottles are sold at a small supplement (even with the packages) to discourage waste.What is the minimum age for drinking alcohol onboard?
The minimum drinking age onboard is 18 years old.Are beverage packages available?
Yes, with our new all-inclusive Cuba Cruise product beverage packages are included in your booking. If you booked prior to the launch of our all-inclusive product, packages can be purchased in advance or onboard. We offer all-inclusive Alcoholic, Non-Alcoholic, and Soda (for children only) beverage packages.What is included in the various beverage packages?
White Package (unlimited non – alcoholic package) - Beverages Included
If guest order any alcoholic drink or cocktail, it will be charged with a normal price.
Blue Package (unlimited non – alcoholic and alcoholic package) - Beverages Included
Gold Premium Package (Premium Unlimited Drink Package)
If our Blue Package is missing your favorite beverages, opt to upgrade to the Gold Premium Package (at extra cost). It includes all items in the Bar Menu and even more...
Include all beverage items in the bar list by the glass/tin such as:
Wine: Greek wine wide selection by the glass (white, red, rose). Sparkling wine by the glass.
We also offer wine packages for wine lovers: we pair outstanding Greek wines with our delicious meals. Please speak with the Head Sommelier at the beginning of your cruise.
All additional alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages (not included in the package) are offered to pax that have purchased packages at discounted/supplement prices.
No, the same package must be purchased by all occupants in the cabin.Can I bring my own alcohol onboard?
There is a Duty Free Shop on board offering a wide range of items. Please note, should you buy alcohol on or off the ship it will be kept with security and given to you upon disembarkation. Please remember to pick up any alcoholic beverage you have purchased during your cruise, because its shipment is not allowed.Are gratuities recommended?
Gratuities are included in the "All-Inclusive" package. For all other cruise passengers, gratuities can be prepaid when making your booking or paid onboard. We recommend $10 USD per adult per day or $5 USD per child per day (up to the age of 11). Gratuities are automatically added to your shipboard account in case you have not prepaid them. Should you choose to increase or decrease the amount, please let the reception staff know prior to finalizing the charge on your credit card.
We do not allow babies 0-3 months. Babies 3-6 months are allowed with a doctor’s note that they are healthy and fit for travel. Infants, children, and youths are welcome if accompanied by their parents or a guardian 18 years or older.Are pregnant passengers permitted to travel?
Yes, 1st and 2nd trimester only with a doctor's note that they do not have a high-risk pregnancy and that they are healthy and fit for travel.Is there a waitlist option?
No.Do I need a valid passport?
A valid passport is required for the cruise. You will need your passport and your Cuban Tourist Card (provided onboard) to disembark at every port of call in Cuba during this voyage. For Jamaica, only your passport is required. Your passport must be valid for six months after your last day of travel. We also suggest that you bring a photocopy of your passport and leave it in your cabin.Do I need a Tourist Card?
If you are travelling with a non Canadian or US passport, please check with your local Cuban Consulate or Tourist Office for any specific requirements. To enter Cuba you will need a tourist card. This may be included with your airfare and will be provided to you on your flight. If, by chance, it is not included in your flight, you can purchase one upon entry into Cuba. You will need to keep the tourist card in your passport at all times. If you embark in Havana, Cuba, you will need to surrender your tourist card when the ship departs from Cienfuegos and heads to Jamaica. When the ship returns to Cuba, you must obtain a new tourist card from reception. The cost is covered in your cruise fare. If you embark in Montego Bay, Jamaica, you will obtain your tourist card from reception upon check in. The cost is covered in your cruise fare.Do passengers require medical or travel insurance?
Medical insurance is mandatory for all tourists visiting Cuba. This is a requirement of the Cuban government and all passengers MUST be able to show proof of medical insurance before they are allowed to board the ship. Passengers without proof of medical insurance will be denied boarding and in such cases no refunds will be made.Are there departure taxes to pay when leaving Cuba or Jamaica?
If you are flying out of Jamaica there is a departure tax of $27 USD per person, however, please check with your travel agent as this is sometimes included in the cost of your airfare. If you have stayed in Jamaica for more than 24 hours before your cruise you will be required to pay the departure tax of $27 USD per person when you exit Montego Bay to board the ship.Are vaccinations required to visit Cuba?
Please speak with your doctor to determine whether or not you require vaccinations for your cruise to visit Cuba and Jamaica.Can I travel with Cuba Cruise if I am an American citizen?
Yes, The Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) has introduced new general licenses within 12 categories of authorized travel to Cuba that require no formal application, prior permission nor advance notification to U.S. officials. Cuba Cruise now welcomes Americans onboard by offering two easy ways to travel: book a comprehensive program with an authorised U.S. tour operator partner or book directly either online or through your preferred travel agent. See our website for more details. According to Cuba Tourism, Cuba does not impose any restrictions on Americans. Their entry requirements are the same for all countries: tourists will need a valid passport and a tourist card. In the case of Americans, passports should be valid up to 6 months after the return date. Please note that as part of the People to People license required for all US passengers, you will need to complete the necessary programs and shore excursions while sailing with us. Prior to sailing American passengers will need to fill out their registration for the Cuba/US People to People Partnership.
Yes, the Cuba Cruise Celestyal Crystal is wheelchair accessible. However, when we arrive in Punta Frances on the Isle of Youth, we must disembark via tender, which is not wheelchair friendly. The ship is equipped with wheelchair accessible cabins. They have wood floors, wider doors, and a lightly ramped floor into the washroom. Booking a wheelchair accessible cabin is done through our reservations department on a request basis.Do infants pay cruise fare and port fees and taxes?
For sailings after November 1, 2016 infants from 3 months and up to their second birth date as of the first day of sailing do not pay cruise fare when in a cabin with a minimum of two adults. Port fees and taxes of $199(USD)/€149(EU)pp apply.If I am travelling by myself, is there a single supplement?
Yes, there is a single supplement. It is an additional 80% of the cruise price for categories IA to XD and 100% for cabins XF and higher.What is the passenger capacity for the various cabin categories?
The following chart gives a brief overview of the cabin categories and their capacities
IMPERIAL SUITE (up to 3 persons, large balcony & private jacuzzi)
BALCONY SUITE (up to 3 person, small balcony)
SUITE (up to 3 persons)
JUNIOR BALCONY SUITE (up to 3 persons)
OUTSIDE STATEROOM (up to 3 persons)
OUTSIDE STATEROOM (up to 5 persons)
OUTSIDE STATEROOM (up to 5 persons)
OUTSIDE STATEROOM (up to 2 persons)
OUTSIDE STATEROOM (up to 4 persons, obstructed view)
OUTSIDE STATEROOM (up to 4 persons)
INSIDE STATEROOM (up to 3 persons)
INSIDE STATEROOM (up to 4 persons)
INSIDE STATEROOM (up to 4 persons)
INSIDE STATEROOM (up to 4 persons)
INSIDE STATEROOM (up to 4 persons)
In Havana the drive is approximately 30 minutes, from Varadero it is a 2 hour drive. The address of the pier in Havana is:
Terminal de cruceros (CRUISE TERMINAL)
Muelle San Francisco, Avenida San Pedro No 1, Municipio Habana Vieja, La Habana
In Jamaica the drive is approximately 15 minutes. The address of the pier in Montego Bay is:
Montego Bay Cruise Ship Terminal
Montego Freeport, St. James Jamaica W.I.
No, it is not possible to deviate from the standard cruise itinerary.What are the embarkation and disembarkation times?
Embarkation in Havana is MONDAY between 1pm and 11pm. Disembarkation after the ship is cleared by Cuban authorities is at approximately 11am. All passengers should be fully disembarked by 1pm. In Havana the drive to the Jose Marti Airport is approximately 30 minutes. The drive to Varadero is approximately 2 hours.
Embarkation in Montego Bay is FRIDAY from 1pm to 4:30pm. Disembarkation is any time after 10am. All passengers should be fully disembarked by 12pm. Please note that you should arrive at the port not later than one hour prior to departure. Passengers who are not at the check in 1 hour prior departure are considered as no - show. Allow sufficient time from your flight arrival at the airport to the port, taking into consideration possible heavy traffic. The drive to the airport in Montego Bay is approximately 15 minutes from the pier.
Please contact your airline for luggage allowances.Does Cuba Cruise provide luggage tags?
Yes, luggage tags are provided at the pier upon check in. Your luggage will be tagged and delivered to your cabin.Are there any items that will not be allowed onboard?
Ammunition, sharp objects, articles of a dangerous nature, and forbidden substances such as non prescription drugs are not permitted onboard the vessel. To do so, shall render the passenger strictly liable to the Carrier for any injury, loss, damage or expense including any fine or penalty.What languages will be spoken onboard the ship?
Announcements will be made in several languages through the ship’s public address system. Safety announcements will also be heard in your cabin. Out of courtesy to your fellow travellers, we ask that you remain quiet during all announcements.Will I need to purchase a tourist card?
If you embark in Havana, Cuba, you will need to surrender your tourist card when we stop in Santiago de Cuba. You must obtain a new tourist card from Reception after we depart from Montego Bay, Jamaica. The cost is covered in your cruise fare. If you embark in Montego Bay, Jamaica, you will need to obtain your tourist card from Reception after check in. The cost is covered in your cruise fare.Is smoking permitted?
Smoking is permitted only in one part of the Thalassa bar, deck 5, aft. The ship's staff can direct you to these areas. Please check the ship’s daily program for further guidance.Are toiletries and hairdryers provided?
Yes, they are available in all categories.Is there a wake-up call service onboard?
Yes.Is there a safety deposit box for storing valuables in all cabins?
Yes. A deposit at reception is required to activate the safety deposit box.What kinds of activities are available for children onboard?
Kids' activities are provided for 1-2 hours per day depending on demand and number of children onboard. Celestyal Cruises is not able to offer babysitting services. Minimum age for participation in kids' activities is 4 years old. The Kids' Room may not always be available throughout the cruise. Please check with Reception once onboard for the most up-to-date details on our Kids' programs.Are there computers onboard with Internet access? If I bring my own laptop is there Wifi? Is there an additional charge for this?
The Celestyal Crystal operates via satellite for its communications. You can access the internet by purchasing Wi-Fi cards from reception.Can I use the telephone to call home?
Yes, telephone calls are available at an extra charge. Speak with reception upon boarding for full details.Is there a gift shop onboard?
Yes, the ship is equipped with a gift shop, Agora Duty Free, on Dionyssos deck 5.Are there laundry facilities onboard?
Self-service laundry is not available on our ship but we do offer full laundry and drycleaning services. You will find a complete list of services and charges in your cabin. We do not provide irons in staterooms as they constitute a fire hazard. Bringing your own personal iron or clothes steamer is also not permitted.Are there spa and fitness services onboard?
Yes. The Celestyal Crystal offers a full service wellness centre onboard. The wellness centre is located on deck 9. Hair, manicure, pedicure, a variety of relaxing massage techniques, and wide selection of organic skin products are available onboard. Meet our experienced personnel for a complimentary consultation to select the services most suited to you and make sure to book your appointments early to avoid disappointment. Also on deck 9 is the Olympian fitness centre, available to all passengers. Consult your daily newsletter for fitness centre hours.Is there a casino onboard?
Yes. During your cruise, you may try your luck on the slot machines, roulette, black jack or bingo. Minimum age is 18 years. Please note that your shipboard account is not valid in the Casino.
Select, predetermined shore excursions are included.Can I change any of these included predetermined shore excursions?
No. The Shore Excursion team has selected excursions nothing short of extraordinary in every port. With local guides and experts, Cuban onboard experts, and Cuba's incredible natural diversity we will help you find your authentic Cuba. Arrangements can be made onboard the ship for additional shore excursions.Can I get off the ship and do my own thing or do I have to purchase an Excursion?
Cuba Cruise’s range of Excursions has something for everyone, but if you prefer to explore on your own, you are welcome to do so. Current US government regulations from the Office of Foreign Assets Control require full time participation in designated People to People excursions and in educational programs on board,If I take an Excursion on the last day of travel, can my luggage be stored until my return?
Yes, luggage can be stored at the port. Please make arrangements with Reception a few days ahead of time.What currency should I be using when ashore?
In Cuba the currency is the CUC. When going to exchange money please bring your passport. In Jamaica the currency is the Jamaican dollar; however USD and Euros are widely accepted.Are shore excursions offered in languages other than English?
Yes. We can accommodate various languages as long as minimum numbers are satisfied. It is recommended that you call our reservations department to advise on your preferred language four weeks prior to sailing.Are wheelchairs accessible excursions available?
Please call our reservations department to discuss excursions that are suited to your mobility range.