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This 1950 brochure for a Florida-to-Cuba cruise is a fascinating time capsule

This 1950's brochure for a Florida-to-Cuba cruise is like a time capsule. #TravelDeep

  • On May 2, Carnival’s Adonia became the first U.S.-owned ship to dock in Havana since 1959.
  • This 1950 brochure for a Florida-to-Cuba cruise is a fascinating time capsule 05/19/16 [Last modified: Thursday, May 19, 2016 10:43pm] Photo reprints | Article reprints
  • Carnival offers several more cruises from Miami this year, all for seven days and including stops in two other Cuban ports in addition to Havana.
  • These days, passports are required for U.S. citizens cruising to Cuba.
  • “Visit Havana’s cigar factories and distilleries,” the brochure urges. “

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@fathomtravel: “This 1950’s brochure for a Florida-to-Cuba cruise is like a time capsule. #TravelDeep”


After a decades-long hiatus, Miami-to-Cuba cruises resumed this month with a hefty price tag, a lot of political baggage and an enormous amount of publicity. But before Fidel Castro seized power in 1959, overnight sailings to Havana were an easy way for U.S. citizens to take a


This 1950 brochure for a Florida-to-Cuba cruise is a fascinating time capsule

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