HAVANA, May 26 Scuba diving, fishing, life on board, beach activities, adventure and docking at safe ports are some of the offerings promoted by Marlin Nautical and Marinas Entrepreneurial Group.
The group provides high quality services and professionalism in eight nautical bases and five marinas located along Cuban archipelago to enjoy an island blessed by nature,say’s Domingo Cisneros, Marlin acting chairman.
Beautiful beaches, seabed treasuring a wide variety of species, amazing cays and welcoming facilities are just some of the scenarios to live a marine adventure in Cuba, he said. On the scuba diving modality, Cisneros explained that in Cuban insular shelf can be found reef crests, where biodiversity and beauty attract professionals and lovers of this activity.
For this they own 21 International Diving Centers, including ¨La Aguja¨ at Hemingway Residential Marina (Havana), Barracuda (Varadero), the Shark’s Friends (Santa Lucia, Camaguey) and Cayo Largo (Canarreos archipelago).
In these facilities, customers can take introductory and specialties courses with the technical content regulated in the world, the manager noted. Sport fishing is another of the most preferred activities between national and foreign tourists, for which Marlin offers different modalities such as fly fishing to catch species such as tarpon, bonefish and palometa; deep sea and bottom fishing. The Jardines del Rey and Ernest Hemingway International Marlin Fishing tournaments are ideal occasions to show the potential of Cuba in this activity.
With life on board modality, the visitor can choose the route for seven days or more that will allow him to enjoy the nautical nature of the island in comfortable boats with experienced crews. Meanwhile, the seafaris (boat trips) include shores tours, recreational activities on beaches, mariner lunch on keys and snorkeling practices.
Among the projections of the group, Cisneros announced that all naval technical conditions are ready to promote the boat-adventure (tours in boats driven by the customer himself), mainly at Varadero and Cayo Coco poles.(acn)