HAVANA CRUISE – 10 TO 17 DAYS – $160 – April, 1928 Ad in Travel Magazine he New York and Cuba Mail Steamship Company, commonly called the Ward Line, was a shipping company that operated from 1841 until liquidated in 1954. The company’s steamers linked New York with Nassau, Havana, and Mexican Gulf ports. After a series of disasters in the mid 1930s, the company changed its name to the Cuba Mail Line. In 1947, the Ward Line name was restored when service was resumed after World War II.

HAVANA CRUISE – 10 TO 17 DAYS – $160 – April, 1928 Ad in Travel Magazine he New York and Cuba Mail Steamship Company, commonly called the Ward Line, was a shipping company that operated from 1841 until liquidated in 1954. The company’s steamers linked New York with Nassau, Havana, and Mexican Gulf ports. After a series of disasters in the mid 1930s, the company changed its name to the Cuba Mail Line. In 1947, the Ward Line name was restored when service was resumed after World War II.

New Blog Post on New Sites on saw on my recent Revisit to Havana, Cuba

Vintage Inn Travels Back to Havana, Cuba-New Sites

In the 1950s, you could cruise from Miami to Havana, Cuba for $42.00 per person aboard the S.S. Florida.  This fare included all transportation, two nights aboard ship, a day in Havana and all meals.

Florida’s Peninsular and Occidental Steamship Company was a pioneer in today’s billion-dollar Florida cruise business. Until Castro’s regime closed Cuba to cruise ships in the SS FLORIDA was sailing three times a week from Miami.

1953 HOTEL Nacional de Cuba HAVANA A Kirkeby Hotel Ad. 1953 http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hotel_Nacional_de_Cuba

1953 HOTEL Nacional de Cuba HAVANA A Kirkeby Hotel Ad ADVERTISEMENT 1953

1953 HOTEL Nacional de Cuba HAVANA A Kirkeby Hotel Ad. 1953 http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hotel_Nacional_de_Cuba

Vintage La Habana Cuba Resort Travel Poster by BuchananPaperArt

Vintage La Habana Cuba Resort Travel Poster by BuchananPaperArt

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