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Posted June 16, 2003 by publisher in Cuba Travel

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Havana.- Cuba’s services for cruisers meet the quality standards of other countries with world-renowned experience in that activity.

Executives from the joint venture Cubanco S.A. pointed out that during the recently concluded winter season, three new-generation boats docked in Cuba.

According to polls, passengers were pleased with the Caribbean island’s tourist offer and services at tourist facilities.

For the 2004-2005 winter season, the British tour operator Air Tours will operate a big ship, whose passengers will travel to the largest Antillean Island every week on four Jumbo planes.

According to plans, Havana’s cruiser terminal, the most important facility of its kind in the country, could receive up to six boats, carrying 1,800 to 3,200 passengers.

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