The port of departure is Marina Puerto Sol, Cuba. After arriving in Havana, we will go to Cienfuegos, where we will make the welcome dinner around 7:00 p.m. We will sleep in a hotel in Cienfuegos and we will sail the next day in the afternoon.
SECOND AND THIRD DAY
In the morning we will buy the food and in the afternoon we will distribute the cabins and the skipper will explain the life on board and the details of the trip. As soon as we have everything ready, we will begin the long-awaited trip to the beautiful islands of southern Cuba.
We will spend the night on board until arriving in the morning to the small islands known as Cayo Guano del Este and Cayo Ingles. Perfect to enjoy the different water activities.
FOURTH AND FIFTH DAY
The fourth day we will go to Cayo Iguana where we will spend all day. On the fifth day, we will pass through the Cayo Rosario South, where we will contemplate its great reefs and its abundant marine fauna. We will sleep in Cayo Cantiles.
On the sixth day we will head East towards the North of Cayo Rosario where we will sleep. In the morning we will continue towards Cayo Iguana (it goes without saying why it is called that) and then we will spend the night in Cayo Largo.
On the eighth day we will leave the Cayos area to head to the main island of Cuba. We will spend the day at Playa Girón, a small beach located in the Bay of Pigs.
The last day we will head to Cienfuegos to arrive in the afternoon at 5:00 p.m. and finish the trip with a good farewell dinner. We will spend our last night on board. The port of arrival of the crossing is Marina Puerto Sol.