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Norwegian cruise line holdings said it stopped old voyages to Cuba was modifying previously scheduled trips and based carnival and boil carribean said they would die fats passengers on the ships of the ports the band came into effect on Wednesday the US commerce department told voices which is given cruise companies list will grace period to make alternate plans the scene some operators give credit refunds to travelers the passengers is still in a flurry of anger and confusion it's just kind of sad that that that affects so many people , the way the government can't get along so I'm very disappointed as the US airlines they say they're reviewing the new regulations delta said it stopped accepting new bookings to Cuba but those who booked before midnight on June fourth will be able to travel , well for local tourism is will mean choppy waters for the country's second biggest source of hard currency , our children enjoyed seeing the boats come in this makes us very sad because this affects us economically because the foreign currency that entered the country and tourists won't be able to enjoy the country side by , the Cuban government has said it's aiming for tourism income to increase five point eight percent this year it could be hard pressed to reach that goal now