Just when we think Fathom is slowing down, it picks up some steam by announcing that it has received approval to tack on one Cuban port to six of its upcoming Dominican Republic sailings. So, where exactly does that leave the brand and competition now?
As far as it is still understood, Fathom’s only dedicated ship, the Adonia, will still transfer back to P&O Cruises following May of next year, but one can’t help but wonder if combining Cuba with its less popular Dominican Republic itinerary might have been a means of keeping the vessel on beyond had this been conceived earlier.
For now, the fledgling cruise line still alternates weekly between Cuban and Dominican Republic departures from Miami, Florida, but on February 26, March 12 and 26, April 9 and 23, and May 7, Santiago de Cuba, the second largest city in the country, will be added to the DR portion starting at only $599. Rather than four days d
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