STN Yacht Charters
STN Yacht Charters

General Info for Yacht Charters in Cuba

Currency - Cuban Convertible Peso [CUC]

Electricity - 110V

Language - Spanish. Some English is spoken

Time Difference - UTC -4

Visa Requirements -  See the following link for Cuba Visa Regulations

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Temperatures in Cuba are sub-tropical to tropical and there are two distinct seasons. The dry season is in winter, between November and May with temperatures around 25C. The summer, between May and November, is wetter and hotter with temperatures around 28C. Winds are north-easterly between 15 to 25 knots but can be highly variable depending on the tropical depressions in the Gulf of Mexico and Bahamas. Sometimes they can vary from 5 to 35 knots.

You can check out the detailed climate of Cuba here

Getting There

Cuba has several international airports; Havana [HAV], Santa Clara [SNU] and Varadero [VRA]. Cienfuegos is served by the Jaime González Airport [CFG]

Cienfuegos is about three and a half hours from Cuba’s José Martí International Airport [HAV]

We can arrange transfers between the airport and your charter boat. Price on request

Sailing Qualifications

The skipper of your bareboat will need a valid sailing licence issued in their country of origen. An original of this document must be carried on board the boat during the charter.