Cuba: A Fun and Friendly Destination

29th Nov 2018
Classic Cuban car on beach in Cuba

Cuba remains shrouded in a feeling of mystery despite being very much open for business. Travel just South of Florida to the largest island in the Caribbean to see what Americans have been missing for decades. After all, careful investigation is the only way to solve a mystery.

The westernmost island of the Greater Antilles, Cuba is located just 90 miles south of Florida’s Key West. With over 4,000 islets and cays to explore, Cuba makes for an exciting sailing destination and is coupled with beautiful scenery, colourful cityscapes and fascinating history.

Discover the Archipelago de los Canarreos  which is close to our base at Cienfuegos, venture to the UNESCO World Heritage cities of Trinidad and Havana and be overcome with rhythm under the spell of the local culture.

Cuba is absolutely one of the most welcoming places you’ll ever set foot.

When you arrive in Cuba, you’ll feel surprisingly at home. City walls are still lined with propaganda in some spots, but this serves as nothing more than a reminder of days gone by.

The island is teeming with history, and its friendly people are more than willing to tell you about their past. One could even say that the people are just as warm as the weather.

With 18 boats at our base in Cuba, we have a range of bareboat and by the cabin yacht charters available to assist you in embarking on the on the trip of a lifetime. All you have to do is say, “Vamos!”