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Posted: February 21, 2015

Cuba ferry from Florida Keys could become reality

Havana, Cuba
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Havana, Cuba

By Kristina Webb

Palm Beach Post Staff Writer

Want to take a ferry from the Florida Keys to Cuba?

That's the goal of Fort Lauderdale-based company KonaCat, which hopes to carry travelers from Marathon to Havana by the end of the year, reports keysnet.com.

The service is just one of many now possible since President Barack Obama eased travel restrictions to Cuba earlier this year.

A one-way trip would cost $169, or $338 for a round trip ticket, keysnet.com reports.

"The trips are going to be for religious groups, educational trips and for Cuban-Americans to see their families again," KonaCat owner Brian Hall told keysnet.com.

Read the full report from keysnet.com.

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