News | US Approves Ferry Service To Cuba

Traveling to Cuba just got easier and is perhaps another step toward the lifting of the Helms-Burton act ending the Cuban embargo.

Reports state that four companies have been approved to start the ferry service as soon as this summer to the island nation. The companies include, Havana Ferry Partners of Fort Lauderdale, Baja Ferries of Miami, United Caribbean Lines Florida of Greater Orlando, and Airline Brokers Co. of Miami and Fort Lauderdale.

The ferry companies project that a round trip ferry ticket would cost between $300-$400 would allow for more luggage than airlines would be beneficial for family members and businesses. As it stands now Americans are still not allowed to travel to Cuba for general tourism.

Despite the Presidential push to end the embargo, it can only be lifted by an act of Congress.

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