Message from the head of all marinas in Cuba


It pleases me very much to greet you on behalf of the Hemingway International Yacht Club of Cuba and on my own, as well as to appreciate your invita
tion to the meeting of November 13th, but as you know is not possible to get a visa with such a little window of time. I hope that with the help of people like you, one day, the American government can give me a visa for 5 or 10 years. That way, it will be easier for me to accept the invitations that I constantly receive from the American Boating Community.

On the other hand, I would like as well that the USA´s government lift the restrictions in order that the their citizens can sail freely from Florida to Cuba.

The American citizens are always welcome at the headquarter of our Yacht Club.

I would like to attend the Miami Boat Show because of the possibilities that it offers in the establishment of friendship relations with dozens of representatives from the USA¨s Boating Community as well as from the other countries that will attend the event. I will keep you informed.

I would like to interchange a reciprocal agreement between our yacht clubs. If you agree, I will submit you the draft of the agreement for your considerations.

I hope to visit the web site of the North Passage yacht Club tomorrow.

I take this opportunity to reaffirm my greetings to you and my highest esteem and considerations.


Commodore Escrich

One thought on “Message from the head of all marinas in Cuba

  1. I just met Phil Thompson at the Saturday Market in St Petersburg, Florida and checked out his website and saw your post. I belong to the St Petersburg Yacht Club. If I can do anything for you here do let me know.

    I was in Cuba a few months ago — so glad to have visited your country! Love your music … just heard the Cuba Symphony Orchestra performing this week in St Petersburg. Great piano player (Herrare).

    Shirley Linde

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