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1 hour ago, jeanniebeanie said:

I checked the RCL website just now and it only shows 2017 sailings? I am looking for 2018.

Jeannie,

I just checked the RC website for Cuba sailings in 2018 and it displayed all of 2017 as well as 2018. I suspect you have a wen browser issue. I am using Chrome and sometimes I will use Internet Explorer (IE) if Chrome starts acting up. Also, try clearing your cache, that may help. If nothing else, give them a call.

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16 minutes ago, rjac said:

Jeannie,

I just checked the RC website for Cuba sailings in 2018 and it displayed all of 2017 as well as 2018. I suspect you have a wen browser issue. I am using Chrome and sometimes I will use Internet Explorer (IE) if Chrome starts acting up. Also, try clearing your cache, that may help. If nothing else, give them a call.

Really strange I even tried IE and it still only shows through Dec 2017. Then I went to Bestpricecruises.com and they only show 2017. I will call RCL today.

 

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2 hours ago, jeanniebeanie said:

I just called RCL and also Best Price Cruises and they both told me that the dates have NOT been released, so I don't understand how anyone has seen the 2018 dates for Cuba. If you have the information and can send me a link I would love it.

Ok, I think I've solved this problem. If you select Cuba on the RC main web page and select book and  select the month & year. When I selected May 2018, I got the "no cruises available for that date", same thing for a coupe of other months in 2018. 

Just have to sit and wait.

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52 minutes ago, rjac said:

Ok, I think I've solved this problem. If you select Cuba on the RC main web page and select book and  select the month & year. When I selected May 2018, I got the "no cruises available for that date", same thing for a coupe of other months in 2018. 

Just have to sit and wait.

I think that's what I did too but don't remember. 

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Look on RCCL website for Cuba sailings and click on the FAQ section for Cuba. It answers all the questions. Also, there is a group on FB called Royal Caribbean Cuba Sailings. I would recommend joining that group as it is chocked full of information from passengers who just came back from Cuba. We have booked for May 2018 and very excited to go

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14 minutes ago, godukes_2017 said:

Is there any additional State Department paper work you would need to sail to Cuba? Possible VISA etc..... Really want to do this route in 2018.

I'm going in August.  RCCL provides all the paperwork needed beforehand, just fill it out (both copies) and bring it with you.  The required Visa will be waiting for you onboard (billed to your onboard account...$75)

 

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1 hour ago, murphmatic said:

I wonder what Trump's announcement on Friday (the 16th) will do to Cuba sailings.

Would be a shame if he rolls back the provisions that the Obama administration put in place. 

Well, from what I have read it's all up to Raul Castro. Trump wants religious freedom & political freedom for the people of Cuba as well as the release of all political prisoners. If Raul doesn't agree, then all that Obama put in place goes away and that would be a shame for the people of Cuba. 

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1 hour ago, jticarruthers said:

Just booked a company cruise to Cuba for next summer ... waiting to see the announcement on Friday to see if I need to go come up with a plan B already ;)

 

Since you're in Florida, your plan B could be a company dinner at a local Cuban Restaurant!

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I cant see Cuba giving in to what Trump will ask for.....so then the Obama changes are rolled back......so I wouldn't count on visiting Cuba in 2018 at this point in time.

 

time will tell and I will be following this closely. Even though as a Canadian it doesn't affect me(except that Cuba has become much more expensive since Americans can visit) I am interested to see what happens!

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Seems like Trump is going to enforce the "12" reasons or whatever it is to travel to Cuba...I wonder what the cruise companies are going to claim for that

 

I mean really....3,000 on the ship aren't going for humanity or education reasons really.....we all know that....so will he turn a blind eye to it and allow Cuba to benefit economically from it......stayed tuned I guess.

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