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Cultures of the Caribbean

Cuba and the Dominican Republic with Fathom

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Two special Caribbean cultures, now together in one amazing seven-day adventure! Fathom’s “Cultures of the Caribbean” cruise combines the boisterous vitality and sophisticated style of Cuba with the Dominican Republic’s charm and the opportunity to make lifelong connections through impact activities.

Set sail from Miami on Sunday afternoon bound for cosmopolitan Santiago de Cuba, where you’ll have the chance to discover the city’s vibrant culture, gorgeous art and get a glimpse into everyday life in Cuba. Then, you’ll head to Puerto Plata in the Dominican Republic for three days of excitement and connection courtesy of Fathom’s impact activities; unique experiences that benefit local communities and strengthen the bonds between travelers and locals.

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Cuba and the Dominican Republic are distinct nations with their own unique characters, and you’ll be amazed by their commonalities and contrasts. Each cruise includes a full day to explore Santiago de Cuba and two days at Puerto Plata’s Amber Cove, a bustling hub of activity that serves as your jumping-off point for impact activities, optional excursions and relaxing aboard the ship or on the beach.

Onboard Activities

Onboard Activities

Get prepared for Cuba and the Dominican Republic before you even arrive. Learn more about how Fathom gets you ready aboard the Adonia.

Santiago de Cuba

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Castro’s birthplace is one of Cuba’s most fascinating ports. Learn more about the city and its connection to Cuba’s past and future.

Impact Activities

Land-Actvities

Optional and unforgettable, impact activities connect you to the Dominican Republic and its people in incredible ways. Learn more now.

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Aboard the Adonia

Refurbished in March 2016, the Adonia is your floating home-away-from-home for the duration of your journey. She comes equipped with a variety of restaurants, lounges, bars and public spaces perfect for connecting with new friends, as well as amenities like a pool, a spa, and a modern gym. Learn more about the Adonia.

Fares for the Caribbean Cultures Itinerary*

The rates below are currently only available, by calling Fathom customer service at 1-855-932-8466, or by booking through your travel professional. Available dates: 02/26/2017, 03/12/2017, 03/26/2017, 04/09/2017, 04/23/2017 and 05/07/2017.

Sailings: Inside Cabin: Outside Cabin: Balcony: Suite:
02/26/2017 – 5/07/2017 $599 $399* $799 $599* $999 $799* $1,599 $1,399*

$300 deposit is required per person for all cabin categories for bookings made more than 90 days to departure. Final payment is due 90 days prior to departure.

*Promo Code UN*. Per person based on double occupancy for sailings through 05/07/2017. Excluding taxes, fees, port expenses, visa and gratuities. Estimated taxes, fees and port expenses vary by sail date and range from $130.00 per person. Cuban Visa estimated at $75 per person, Gratuities estimated at $80.50 per person. New bookings only. Not combinable with any other offers. Limited capacity and subject to change or cancellation at any time.

Secure Your Spot

When you place a deposit, you will secure your spot that includes the items above. All of those included items come with the total trip price you will see when you place your deposit. If you cancel your trip, there is a related cancellation fee: more than 91 days before departure: no fee. 90 to 76 days: fee is deposit. 75 to 46 days: 50% of fare. 45 to 31 days: 75% of fare. 30 days or less: 100% of fare.

2017 Sailing Dates for the Caribbean Cultures Itinerary
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