Sail in a Catamaran to the rhythm of Cuban Islands

Cayo Largo, the gem of the archipelago
Canarreos Archipelago on a Lagoon 620
Departure Cienfuegos (Cuba)
Full board
8 days, 7 nights
You will love:
  • • Visit a sea turtle farm
  • • The old, coloured American cars
  • • Observe the iguanas
  • • The warm welcome of Cubans
1 470 €1 397 €
per person

With its 350 islets, the Canarreos Archipelago is the most extensive part of Cuba. A true paradise for sailing and snorkeling, it is also a protected natural zoological park that is home to many species: colourful fish, turtles, and even iguanas! Leaving from Cienfuegos, embark on a Lagoon 620 and spend a dream week on the many islands of the archipelago. Between sandy beaches and natural pools, sports and cultural activities, discover the many surprises that the country of rum and the Salsa have for you..

Your Boat


Robust and efficient, the Lagoon 620 is 19 metres. It has an exceptional living space both inside and out: a living room with an integrated kitchen, spacious cabins with a well-protected terrace. During your trip, you will be accompanied by a crew that will help to to appreciate the spectacular landscapes.

Boat Model:Lagoon 620
Number of Cabins:6
Maximum Capacity:12
Crew Members:2
Comfort onboard:

Beach towel
Fins, masks and snorkels
Trolling line fishing rod
The owner reserves the right to replace with a different boat model of the same quality and performance

Your Cabin


The cabins in the Lagoon 620 are spacious and air conditioned. On board, you will find comfort and necessary luxury: a WC with separate showers in each cabin, ample storage space, queen sized beds....



8 days amongst Cuba's most famous islands

DAY 1 - Cienfuegos - Cayo Guano ou Punta del Este ou Cayo Sal depending on the weather
Between 6pm and midnight, you can board your Lagoon 620. After the formalities of check-in and dinner, the captain will set sail for the night towards Cayo Guano.

DAY 2 - Cayo Guano ou Punta del Este - Cayo Sal ou Playa Sirena depending on the weather
On the first day, the catamaran will dock in Caya Guano, Punta del Este, or Cayo Sal. You can go out to explore Cayo Largos which is the only inhabited island in the Canarreos Archipelago. A true paradise, this island is ideal for snorkeling away from tourists. After lunch, it's on the way to Playa Mal Tiempo to spend the afternoon relaxing! Your boat crew will then take you to Playa Sirena to dock for the night.

DAY 3 - Playa Sirena - Cayo Rico - Playa Sirena
After breakfast, your catamaran will lift its anchor to head for Cayo Rico. Once you're there, you can take a kayak out or walk along the island to get a close look at the iguanas. In the late afternoon, you'll head towards Cayo Largo, which is a mandatory passage for the captain in order to validate entry documents. You'll spend the night docked here.

DAY 4 - Playa Sirena - Cayo Rosario
Today you sail crew will ride the wind towards Cayo Rosario. On they way, you will stop over in front of a picturesque beach for a swim and lunch. At the end of the day, you will reach Cayo Rosario, a mainly uninhabited island. Here you will notice the incredible flora that inhabits the seabed. Through the translucent water, you can see the comings and goings of many schools of fish. Dinner and overnight at the mooring.

DAY 5 - Cayo Rosario - Canal del Estopa - Cayo Largo
The catamaran will set out on the ocean towards the Canal del Estopa. After this stop over, the next destination is Cayo Largo where you will visit a sea turtle farm. For dinner you can choose between staying aboard your boat for dinner or going to the marina restaurant for an extra charge.

DAY 6 - Cayo Largo - Cayo Sal ou Punta del Este depending on weather conditions
During the morning, your crew will propose a motor boat excursion to visit the mangrove or the dolphinarium for an extra cost. Your captain will then take you to the Quita Canal for your lunch. In the early afternoon, your crew will take you in the direction of Paraiso or Mal Tiempo to relax on the white sandy beaches. Night will be spent docked at Punta Del Este or Cayo Sal.

DAY 7 - Cayo Sal or Punta del Este - Cienfuegos
For the last day, your boat will lift its anchor and head for Cienfuegos where you will spend the night. All during the voyage there, you have the possibility to fish.

DAY 8 - Cienfuegos
Disembark around 9am in Cienfuegos.

Your stops:

Cienfuegos > Cayo Sa > Playa Sirena > Cayo Rosario > Cayo Largo > Cayo Sal > Cienfuegos

The itinerary may be changed without prior notice due to technical or weather conditions


Departure / ReturnDouble cabinPrice including VAT per personDouble cabin for single usePrice including VAT per personPrivate Cruise in CubaPrice including VAT
February 2021
Saturday 27 Feb
Saturday 06 Mar
1 845 €2 583 €22 140 €
March 2021
Saturday 06 Mar
Saturday 13 Mar
1 845 €2 583 €22 140 €
Saturday 13 Mar
Saturday 20 Mar
1 845 €2 583 €22 140 €
Saturday 20 Mar
Saturday 27 Mar
1 845 €2 583 €22 140 €
Saturday 27 Mar
Saturday 03 Apr
1 845 €2 583 €22 140 €
April 2021
Saturday 03 Apr
Saturday 10 Apr
1 845 €2 583 €22 140 €
Saturday 10 Apr
Saturday 17 Apr
1 845 €2 583 €22 140 €
Saturday 17 Apr
Saturday 24 Apr
-5%1 753 €-5%2 454 €-5%21 033 €
Saturday 24 Apr
Saturday 01 May
-5%1 753 €-5%2 454 €-5%21 033 €
May 2021
Saturday 01 May
Saturday 08 May
-5%1 397 €-5%1 955 €-5%16 758 €
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Price includes• Accommodation in double or triple cabin with private bathroom
• full board (breakfast, lunch, dinner)
• Crew of 2 persons (captain, hostess-cook)
• Sheets, towels, and beach towels
• Consumables for the boat (water, gasoline, and fuel oil)
• Snorkerling equipement (fins, mask, snorkel), sea kayak, fishing rod
Price does not include• Air fare
• Transfers between the airport and the roundtrip base (optional)
• Bar, soft drinks, and alcoholic beverages
• Open bar (optional): 100€/person, (without wine), to be paid with the contract
• The cash box (mandatory): 160€/person, to be paid on the spot in cash
• Extra charge for superior cabin (rear or front cabin) : 120 €** /cabin in shared cabin and privatisation
• **130€ from January 2021


If you wish to make a cancellation, you should contact your GlobeSailor advisor as soon as possible. Whatever the circumstances, you will be charged the following cancellation fees, depending on when the cancellation is made: up to 90 days before departure = 25%; 89 to 60 days before departure = 50%; 59 to 30 days before departure = 75%; 29 days or less before departure = 100% of the total cost of your booking. We recommend that you sign up for cancellation insurance with your personal insurance provider.
After you have made your booking the base manager will contact you to give you more information on your cruise. Make sure you confirm what time you will be arriving and also your flight details. A taxi or minibus can meet you at the airport and bring you directly to the boat, at an extra cost.
To confirm your booking you should inform your GlobeSailor advisor who will put an option (hold) on the cabin for a certain time until we receive your down payment.
The booking will only be considered final once we have received your down payment (by bank transfer, Paypal or credit card) which is 50% of the total amount. A 100% down payment is required for any booking made less than one month before departure.
The balance should be paid no later than one month before boarding, either to the base or to GlobeSailor. Mandatory extras and options will be payable locally. Be sure to check with your advisor or the base prior to departure.
It is important to be aware that there are two currencies in circulation in Cuba : the Cuban Peso (national currency) and the Convertible Cuban Peso (CUC). Mid 2016 and 1 CUC = approx 1 €.
The Cuban Peso is only used by local people to buy food from the market etc so as a tourist you will deal in CUC.
You can no longer use the US Dollar in Cuba.
Check with your bank before you travel to confirm that your debit/credit/ATM cards will work in Cuba. If your bank can’t confirm this then you should bring sterling or euros in cash, or travellers cheques.
We advise that you don’t change money anywhere other than at Cadeca exchange houses, large hotels or banks, due to the risk of forged currency. Always check carefully before engaging in any transaction. If possible ask for small denomination bills. Ignore individuals offering exchange facilities which may not be reputable.
Firstly it is important that you have a passport which is valid for at least 6 months. Also, for travel to Cuba it is necessary to have the following:

-a tourism card is obligatory for entry into Cuba. It costs around 25 € per person. Once bought it remains valid for 6 months but permits only one arrival into Cuba and once you arrive it is valid for only 30 days. All nationalities are required to purchase one and it should be bought before you leave your home country. You can obtain it from a Cuban embassy, payment in cash only, and you will need to present your passport, airplane ticket or a statement from your airline or travel agency.

-Travel Insurance: it is obligatory to present documents confirming that you possess adequate travel insurance which covers medical costs and assistance in the case of repatriation.

-US passport holders are reminded that travelling for tourism reasons directly from the USA to Cuba isn’t allowed under US law. The law applies to US nationals and all foreign nationals who are either resident in the USA, or travelling through the USA en route to Cuba.
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