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Cuba, the rebellious pearl of the Caribbean
Cuba is not your usual Latin American destination. It takes you to another world as soon as you hear the gong signalling the beginning of your holidays.
Cuba was an important hub in the golden age of the New World; Havana, a gem of colonial architecture, was built in 1515. Today, from the steps of each Cuban casa you can travel back in time with the melodies of Buena Vista Social Club, a post-revolution band that gained worldwide fame with Wim Wenders' eponymous film. You see, this is an island that spans many traditions and trends. Its people are modern, friendly with tourists and proud of their country's history. Visitors are free to make their own sense of this unique island, depending on their own preferences and tastes.
In Cuba, the largest island of the Caribbean Sea, 'far-niente' is not to be taken lightly. Playa Pilar can be a whirlwind of emotion (in a good way) with its fine white sand, turquoise waters and minimalist environment that will help you relax and enjoy the tranquil scenery. Sailing buffs are particularly conscious of Cuba's position, ideally located at the junction of the Caribbean Sea, the Atlantic Ocean and the Gulf of Mexico. With all that potential, a yacht charter in Cuba should be a top priority for you.
Hire a boat in Cuba with Click & Boat
A port city located in the south-east of Havana, Cienfuegos is likely to be your starting point to charter a yacht in Cuba. On Click & Boat you can hire a boat in Cuba to spend an unforgettable holiday on the open sea. You can choose from a wide range of boats, including sailboats and catamarans, perfect to explore Isla de la Juventud (Youth Island).
As an island country, Cuba is an archipelago of 1,600 islands and 4,000 islets with huge potential for exploration and adventure.
Sailing in Cuba
Exploring the Cuban islands by boat is a once-in-a-lifetime experience. From Havana you can descend to Santiago de Cuba, passing through Maria La Gorda's splendid dive site. You can also cruise along the beautiful beaches of the coast facing Florida (Miami, Fort Lauderdale) and the Bahamas.
From one tip to another, it only takes you 51 nautical miles to explore Haiti. West of Cuba is Mexico, just 116 miles from Las Tumbas. You can also visit nearby Jamaica. To the northwest, you will find the Inagua Islands (part of the Bahamas), a paradise for birdwatchers where more than 80,000 flamingos live. You may feel free as a bird too.
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