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People Born in Cuba Can Now Take a Carnival Cruise Back to the Island

If you were born in Cuba and wish to visit now that the US laws are loosening, good news! Carnival recently announced its historic plans to start cruises from Miami to the Caribbean island every other week beginning May 1 — and native-born Cubans are welcome aboard.

"We are contributing to a positive future. This is a positive outcome and we are extremely pleased. We want to extend our sincere appreciation to Cuba and to our team who worked so hard to help make this happen," CEO Arnold Donald said in a statement.

The ship, called the MV Adonia, can hold up to 704 passengers and will visit three cities — Cienfuegos, Havana, and Santiago de Cuba — and a ticket can be all yours for $2,662. Ready to make history? Check out the company's website, and then find out why you might not be able to get your hands on your favorite Cuban beers.

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People Born in Cuba Can Now Take a Carnival Cruise Back to the Island  originally posted on POPSUGAR Latina
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