Norwegian Cruise Line has won the green light to extend a short season of cruises to Cuba until December.
The company was originally granted approval to run five departures from Miami in May along with other US lines.
NCL has now announced a further 25 sailings from June to December including an overnight stay in Havana.
The four-day cruises to Cuba by the ship Norwegian Sky will go on sale on February 21.
The itineraries include a call at Great Stirrup Cay, Norwegian’s private island in the Bahamas.
Norwegian will offer 15 half and full-day shore excursions in Cuba.
The line’s president and chief executive, Andy Stuart, said: “We are thrilled to be the first cruise line able to offer weekly sailings from Miami to Cuba through the fall of 2017, all with overnights in the beautiful city of Havana.
“We have seen great demand from our guests for sailings to Cuba and we look forward to providing more opportunities for them to experience this incredibly culture-rich destination on a weekly basis.”
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