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Dive right in: exploring Cuba's bountiful marine life on board Far From It

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Although Americans are still banned from visiting Cuba as tourists, with good prior planning and the inclusion of cultural and educational tours, it is possible. This itinerary by Scott Miller, skipper ofFar From It, which is available to charter with Denison Yachting, shows why this country’s sensational marine life and vibrant coral should be enough to lure you for an adventure.

Day One

Arrive at Cayo Largo International Airport and meet Far From It at the nearby marina. After lunch on board explore the coastline by tender. Cayo Largo is a limestone island only two miles wide by 15 miles long and has gorgeous white sand beaches and uninhabited cays to discover.

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