Cuba - cabin cruise

Discover the island of Cuba on a cabin cruise

Embark on the discovery of the Cayos and the Canarreos archipelago. You will enjoy the sweetness of the trade winds that will lead you to the famous Cayo Largo. You will discover its fine sandy beaches, deserted creeks and coral reef. The preserved fauna of Cuba and the Canarreos promises you splendid snorkeling sessions.

Itinerary Cuba

Here are the details of the itinerary taken by your sailboat and its crew during your cabin cruise in Cuba :

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Day 1 - Cienfuegos - Cayo Guano or Punta del Este or Cayo Sal (8h)

Boarding between 6 p.m. and midnight. 

Dinner and night sailing (after departure formalities have been completed).

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Day 2 - Cayo Guano or Punta del Este ou Cayo Sal ou Playa Sirena (3h)

Breakfast at 07:30 a.m. 

Anchorage at Cayo Guano or Punta del Este or Cayo Sal, first step before the mythical Cayo Largo, the only inhabited island of the archipelago of Los Canarréos. Swimming in crystal clear water. 

Departure at 11:30 am for snorkelling on the reef or beach. 

Lunch on board. 

Departure at 14:45 for Playa Mal tiempo. Troll fishing. 

Departure at 18:15 for Playa Sirena. 

Dinner and overnight at anchor.

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Day 3 - Playa Sirena – Cayo Rico – Playa Sirena (2h)

Breakfast at 07:30 a.m. 

Departure at 09:15 for Cayo Rico. 

Swimming in crystal clear water, kayaking, walking on the islet, 
meeting with the iguanas. 

Lunch on board. 

Departure at 2.30 pm for snorkelling on the coral reef. 

Departure at 16:30 for Cayo Largo for the entry documents to the harbour master's office (mandatory) 

Departure at 17:30 for Playa Sirena. 

Dinner and overnight at anchor.

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Day 4 - Playa Sirena – Cayo Rosario (4h)

Breakfast at 07:30 a.m. 

Departure at 09h00 for Playa Cayo Rosario. Troll fishing 

Lunch on board 

Departure at 2.30 pm for snorkelling on the fence in the middle of thousands of multicoloured fish as in a real aquarium. 

Departure at 5:30 pm for Cayo Rosario 

Dinner and night at anchor

 

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Day 5 - Cayo Rosario – Canal del Estopa – Cayo Largo (4h)

Breakfast at 07:30 a.m. 

Departure at 09:00 for Canal del Estopa. Troll fishing, kayak, beach. 

Lunch on board 

Departure at 2:30 pm for Cayo Largo 

Shopping, walking, visit of the sea turtle farm. 

Dinner on board 

Night at the marina of Cayo Largo.

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Day 6 - Cayo Largo – Cayo Sal ou Punta del Este (4h)

Breakfast at 07:30 a.m. 

Exit documents at the harbour master's office (mandatory) 

Departure at 09H00 for swimming, snorkeling and kayaking. 

Departure at 11:30 am for Quinto Canal. Kayak trip in the mangrove canals, swimming in the natural swimming pool and walk on the islet. Lunch on board. 

Departure at 14:00 for Paraiso or Mal Tiempo. 

Departure at 3:30 pm for Punta Del Este or Cayo Sal. 

Dinner and overnight at anchor. 

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Day 7 - Cayo Sal ou Punta del Este – Cienfuegos (8h)

Breakfast at 7:30. 

Departure at 09:00 am for swimming, snorkelling on the reef, kayaking. Lunch on board. 

Departure at 13:00 for Cienfuegos. Troll fishing. 

Dinner and overnight at the Cienfuegos marina.

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Day 8 - Cienfuegos

Breakfast at 7:30. Disembarkation in Cienfuegos at 9 am.

NB : Itinerary subject to change without notice, depending on weather conditions and/or technical reasons. The sailing times indicated above are based on an average cruising speed of 6 knots. They may vary according to sea state, wind speed and weather conditions. Our partner reserves the right to allocate another type of catamaran to this cruise, offering the same level of comfort and service.

Itinerary 8 days since Cienfuegos

  • Cienfuegos, Cayo Guano, Cayo Sal, Playa Sirena, Cayo Rico, Cayo Rosario, Cayo Largo, Cayo Sal, Cienfuegos.

Weather

The Cuban climate is tropical and has two seasons: a dry season (winter) from November to May with average temperatures of 25°C, and a wet season (summer) from May to November, with average temperatures of 28°C.

The wet season is often characterized by intermittent heavy rainfall for short periods, often late in the day. Prevailing winds are from the northeast in winter, with variations from the southeast at about 15 to 25 knots.

Summer winds are variable, depending on the lows in the Gulf of Mexico and the Bahamas. They vary from 5-15 knots and can reach 35 knots at of a storm.


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