The stylish Harmony V yacht launched in 2009 and is equipped with
twin stabilizers for safe and comfortable navigation. The lounge and
dining room each feature large windows that reveal sweeping views
of the surrounding scenery. A partially enclosed sundeck holds a bar
and serves as a venue for presentations and meals. Other parts of the
sundeck have sun chairs and loungers.
CAPACITY: 46 guests in 23 outside cabins
OVERALL LENGTH: 179 feet
PUBLIC AREAS: The Harmony V features a sundeck adjacent to a
partially enclosed lounge that is outfitted with a full-service bar. The
ship carries a collection of books and films about Cuba. The dining
room is encased by large windows and serves as another venue for
onboard presentations. Guests are welcome on the “open bridge” to
meet the captain and officers and learn about navigation.
MEALS: Served in single seatings with unassigned tables, meals are
informal for easy mingling. Some meals are served on the sundeck. The
menu is international, with a focus on local specialties.
CABINS: All cabins have windows with an outside view, private
facilities, climate controls, a hair dryer, a television, an internal
telephone, a safe, and a mini-fridge.
EXPEDITION EQUIPMENT: Snorkeling equipment and wet suits are
SPECIAL FEATURES: Satellite Internet access. A National
Geographic–Lindblad certified photography instructor and a doctor
are on board all voyages.
Prices are per person, double occupancy. For a single cabin, add $4,750 in Category 1 and $5,100 in Category 2. Airfare is not included in the expedition cost. Round-trip airfare from Miami to Havana and return from Cienfuegos is $365 per person.