Travelucion seeks cruise Partner for Cuba offers

Travelucion MSC cruises Cuba

Travelucion Media Cuba has announced its desire to offer cruises to Cuba across its proprietary network of 432 websites which currently handle 30 million page views. Travelucion Media is the world’s largest online media company servicing visitors to Cuba offering an immense array of websites covering cities, towns and provinces in Cuba along with special interest websites like Cuba Hemingway, Cuban Culture, Cuba Sports and its network of hundreds of Cuban Cities and Cuban towns. Travelucion’s network is the first port of call for most travelers thinking of a future trip to Cuba. Furthermore, the company has registered and increase in web visitors from the United States of America from 11% of total visitors in 2014 to 33.8% in 2016. MSC Cruises Cuba MSC Cruises will homeport MSC Opera in Havana, Cuba from the winter 2015-16 season the first worldwide cruise line to do so. Travelucion is in discussions with MSC resellers across numerous GDS channels. The line will operate 16 Caribbean cruises on the 2,120-passenger ship, including stops in Jamaica, the Cayman Islands and Mexico with two nights and two and a half days in the Cuban capital of Havana. To offer local ground services and shore excursions MSC Cruises will has partnered with Cubanacan one of Travelucion’s Cuban wholesale partners. Carnival Cruises Cuba Adonia Cruise Ship Cuba Add cruise giant Carnival Corp. to the list of travel companies starting up trips to Cuba. The parent company of Carnival, Princess and eight other cruise brands says it’ll launch seven-night “people-to-people” tours to the island via ship beginning in May 2016, contingent on approval by Cuban authorities. The cruises will be operated bi-weekly out of Miami by the company’s new social impact-focused fathom brand, which will debut in April 2016 with volunteer vacations to the Dominican Republic.   Carnival Corp. says the new Cuba cruises will be made on fathom’s single ship, the 710-passenger Adonia Cruise Ship, and provide “cultural, artistic, faith-based and humanitarian exchanges between American and Cuban citizens” meeting the definition of people-to-people travel. Traveling for humanitarian projects and religious activities also are among the 12 approved categories of travel to Cuba.   Travelucion will include the cruises on its main e-commerce platforms mid 2016 which include 168 online booking websites.