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Course to Cuba Remains Cluttered
But there's more to cruising to Cuba than simply finding an open slip at Gaviota Varadero. Between specialty visas requirements, narrowly defined permissible trip purposes, and the legality of insurance coverage for vessels and crew members alike, the course to Cuba remains a tricky one to chart. Read more about the procedural considerations here:
Open Cuba talks have U.S. yachts and crew poised to set sail
Current obstacles aside, mariners seem eager: ready at the dock, lines singled up, shore cords unplugged and coiled up on the foredeck (metaphorically speaking, of course). We certainly wouldn't mind docking our charter yacht at one of the proposed new marinas in Cuba when everything is sorted out. What about you? Do you have plans to point your bow south? For recreational, charitable, or professional visits? Let us know in the comments below!