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Havana Cruise Terminal to Triple in Size as Cuba Chases Tourists

  • Deal with Global Ports will see addition of four new berths
  • Sailings to Caribbean island unaffected by Trump travel curbs
General Views From Aboard A Celebrity Cruises Inc. Ship

Photographer: Tim Boyle/Bloomberg

Havana’s cruise-ship terminal will be able to handle three times as many vessels by 2024 as communist Cuba upgrades its tourist infrastructure to accommodate a surge in U.S. visitors.

The dock at the heart of the capital will get an extra four berths, allowing it to handle six ships at one time, as part of a 15-year management agreement with Istanbul-based Global Ports Holding Plc.