Fathom cruise line to offer Spanish classes and Salsa dancing

Earlier this year, Carnival announced its new cruise line Fathom, a new brand designed to provide social impact trips to the Dominican Republic and Cuba.

A Carnival cruise liner.

A Carnival cruise liner. Image by El Coleccionista de Instantes / CC BY-SA 2.0

The line allows travelers to participate in a cultural exchange program in the two countries, and recently more details have been announced about the cruise’s activities. Fathom will be offering Spanish classes for passengers before they arrive to their Spanish-speaking destinations, allowing visitors to better communicate with their hosts on the islands, and programming will also feature dance lessons that focus on local styles such as the merengue and salsa. A cinema series will also be devoted to films made in and about the two countries. Fathom’s ship, the Adonia, will begin cruises next April and both U.S. citizens and non-U.S. citizens will be eligible for travel.

Read more: travelweekly.com

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