The Salsa Cruise becomes the first Latin charter to sail to Cuba accompanied by its electric vibe and the warm Caribbean climate
Put on your best dancing shoes as the hip-swivelling beats of salsa music introduce you to a world of colour and fun on the high seas.
For the first time ever, the Salsa Cruise will sail to Cuba, an exotic destination entwined with salsa and the birthplace of many of the world’s first salsa band members.
The Salsa Cruise will leave Miami, Florida on Oct 29th and invites passengers to partake in stimulating activities as soon as they board the ship. The week-long fiesta offers plenty of dancing, all-inclusive food and beverages, an overnight stay in Cuba with an included travel visa, and access to a private beach party held in Great Stirrup Cay in the Bahamas.
What to expect
The 2018 line-up features over 100 artists and performers, including Puerto Rican salsa orchestra El Gran Combo, salsa singer and bandleader Tony Vega, singer-songwriter Tamara Morales, New York-based salsa singer Luisito Rosario, and the Grammy Award-winning Chino Nuñez. It’s fitting that this sensational journey reaches a new high at the epicentre of salsa’s rhythm in Havana.
About the Salsa Cruise
The Salsa Cruise has continuously defined the standard for contemporary charters since its inception in 1998. This live Latin music experience sails the Caribbean and provides visits to coveted vacation spots like Cozumel and Puerto Plata. 2018 marks the 20th anniversary of the cruise, and it’s celebrating by making history and becoming the first Latin charter to voyage to Cuba.