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Getting there 
The main access to Cuba is by air route. Cuba is connected directly through regular flights from 50 cities around the world. The most important cities of Europe, America and Asia have regular flights to Cuba operated by 28 airlines. There are 12 international airports , located in the main cities and touristic destinations of the country, as well as 9 national airports that link all the country. Sea access is also possible as Cuba is an archipelago, and this can be done through the following marine and cruise terminals: El acceso por mar también es posible, ya que Cuba es un archipiélago, y este se puede realizar a través de las siguientes marinas y terminales de cruceros:
  • Marina Hemingway, en La Habana.
  • Cubanco, Terminal de Cruceros, en La Habana.
  • Puertosol Tarará, de La Habana del Este, en La Habana.
  • Puertosol Dársena de Varadero, en Varadero.
  • Chapelín, en Varadero.
  • Gaviota Varadero, en Varadero.
  • Puertosol Cayo Coco-Cayo Guillermo, en los Jardines del Rey, en Ciego de Ávila.
  • Marina Internacional Puerto de Vita, en Holguín.
  • Centro Internacional de Buceo.
  • Puertosol María La Gorda, Pinar del Río.
  • Gaviota Isla de la Juventud, Río Las Casas, en Isla de Juventud.
  • Puertosol Cayo Largo del Sur, Isla de Juventud.
  • Puertosol Cienfuegos, en Cienfuegos.
  • Punta Gorda, en Santiago de Cuba.
  • Terminal de Cruceros, en Santiago de Cuba.
In case of sea arrival , crews should contact the port authorities before entering territorial waters (12 nautical miles from the island shelf). Communication with the authorities can be established by HF (SSB) 2760 National Coastal Channel Network and 2790 of the Tourist Network, or by VHF Channel 68 for the National Coastal Net or Channel 16 for the Tourist Network.