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Travel Alert: Cuba Travel Policy Update

At AAA Travel we take great pride in providing our clients with vacation options that exceed their expectations. Recently, the U.S. government imposed a series of new sanctions on Cuba prohibiting travel via cruise ship and rescinding certain categories of authorized travel, which previously allowed U.S. citizens to travel to Cuba under the People-to-People program. With these recently imposed sanctions, we are disappointed to share that, effective immediately cruise ship travel is no longer allowed and cruise lines are required to cancel sailings to Cuba.

If You Have Travel Plans to Cuba
AAA Travel is working closely with our travel partners to get updated information how the new policy will impact travel. Once these plans are finalized, your AAA Travel Agent will contact you with detailed information specific to your planned vacation. In the meantime, please feel free to contact your AAA Travel agent with any additional questions.

For more detailed information about the new policy and regulations, please visit the US Department of Treasury website.

Updates by Cruise Line:
All cruise lines previously scheduled to visit Cuba are in the process of making alternative plans. See the links below for specific information or contact your AAA Travel Agent.

Azamara Club Cruises –

Carnival Cruise Line –

Celebrity Cruises –

Holland America Line –

MSC Cruises –

Norwegian Cruise Line (NCL) –

Oceania Cruises –

Princess Cruises –

Regent Seven Seas –

Royal Caribbean Cruise Line –

Seabourn Cruise Line –

Silversea –

Viking Ocean Cruises –

Virgin Voyages –