Yacht Arrangements in Cuba
Visiting Cuba requires planning and preparation. If you have Americans on as guests and/or crew, or the vessel is U.S.-owned, then you are presently unable to visit Cuba. On the Cuban side, there are rules and regulations that apply to ALL VESSELS, regardless of flag-state or nationality.
Non-U.S. vessel Captains and Owners also seek our services for
VIP guest services
port agency services
marina and port reservations
itinerary and cruise planning
air and land arrangements
VIP hotels and tours
Private aircraft arrangements
Unforeseen repairs and crew changes
In all cases, we will make sure you are legal, prepared with proper documents, and that everything comes off without a hitch. And if there is a hitch, we are there to sort things out. We have people on the ground in every port and marina in Cuba that will find solutions for you.
US Treasury General License
Not available at this time.
US Coast Guard Permit to Enter Cuban Territorial Waters
Regardless of where you enter Cuba from, or where you head after you leave Cuban waters, if you are U.S. flagged, or U.S. owned (beneficial), then you currently can not visit Cuba.
Cuban Tourist Visa Regs
While airlines and marinas will issue you a Cuban Tourist visa for $50-100., if your group has more than 6 people in it, your tours must be conducted only with a tour company operating under a Cuban government license. Again, we arrange this so you will not have a problem.
We are a Travel Agency affiliated with Havantur.
As licensed operators, we are part of the country-wide Havanatur travel network; and we have direct access to, and support of all the Havanatur agencies and offices in virtually every city in Cuba.
This has come in very handy for our clients over the years.