Cuba’s Empresas de Marinas y Náutica Marlin S.A. signed an agreement to promote diving trips here, European media reported on Saturday.
The Spanish electronic bulletin ‘Buen Viaje a Cuba’ said this weekend that it is a first contract of this kind that a Cuban tourism company establishes.
The announcement is directly related to Canada, Cuba’s major tourist-sending market before the outbreak of the Covid-19 pandemic.
The curious detail is that the agreement was signed underwater, near the Faro Luna Scuba Diving Center, in Cuba’s south-central Cienfuegos province.
AquaSub Scuba Diving Center is based in Ontario, Canada, and it will promote Cuba’s benefits as an excellent diving destination in that market, beyond the traditional sun and beach offers.