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Will Cuba steal cruise ships from its neighbours?

Monday, March 21, 2016 - 05:50

A cruise ship is moored at Havana port. Most US travellers who have seen much of the Caribbean have never been to Cuba, which is likely to occupy a day or two on the typical itinerary.


IF YOU'RE one of the big US cruise lines preparing to steam to Cuba, you're giddy over a long-forbidden, culturally rich port of call to offer customers.

If you're one of the Caribbean islands that rely on hordes of American cruisers spending money in your shops and

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