Now You Can Get to Cuba by Ferry from Miami

Attica ferry to Cuba. Courtesy Attica Group

The United States has announced that it will allow ferry service from Miami to Cuba. At least four ferry companies (Havana Ferry Partners, Baja Ferries, United Caribbean Lines Florida, and Airline Brokers Co.) have been approved to set sail daily — some even as early as this summer. Lower prices and lots of room for luggage (we’re looking at you, overhead bins) make it easy to bring everything plus the kitchen sink without paying huge upfront costs. Just cruising over the day? Pack light — some of the ferries offer duty-free shopping, restaurants, bars and even swimming pools.

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