This page will provide detailed and up to date weather, customs, marina and
airport information for travelers coming to Cuba by boat or by sea.
Check back with this page for destination critical information for your Cuba trip
before AND during your stay when you plan to enter Cuba by private yacht or aircraft.
We will also give you the chance to blog about your favorite locations (tagged
with lat/long and GPS coordinates), warn others of hazards, recommend dive sites, favorite airports and much
For tourists entering Cuba carrying more than $5000 or more, you must fill out
the Customs Declaration form.
Cuban customs officials are clearly marked with the customs emblem on the left
sleeve along with the word "Aduana" on the left shirt pocket.
Import duties and services for clearance are to be paid at the Cuban Customs office.
You are strongly advised to do the following to ensure an efficient process
- Fill out the Passengers Customs Declaration form completely and
- Pack medicines together so they are visible
- Do not bring more than $5000 cash into Cuba
- Do not bring forbidden articles
- Do not bring articles subject to permits or authorizations without proper
- Do not bring excessive quantities of the same items as this may give the
appearance that these items are for sale
- Tell the Customs agent if you are sharing luggage with any person or
Arriving in Cuba
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This site will feature "weather stations" which will consist of
Cuban people reporting from their homes coupled with state of the art weather conditions from airports, marinas and
nautical stations offshore of Cuba.
Related Websites and Information
Cuba for great yacht cruising information around Cuba.
JardinesDelRey.com for information about Cayo Coco,
Cayo Guillermo and surrounding areas.
IslaDeLaJuventud.com for information about the
island and surrounding areas.
Be sure to read the Travel Section at the Havana Journal
Yacht cruising rules and information for private
yachts with plans for entering Cuba
Photo of Ernest Hemingway's
Pilar boat in Cojimar Cuba outside of Havana.