The Guantanamera has capacity for 16 passengers, distributed among two below-deck matrimonial suitesâ€”with double lower and twin upper berths, two below-deck double cabins, and four upper-deck double cabins.
Each mid-sized, simple cabin is equipped with private bathroom, hot water, and air-conditioning. External deck space is fairly ample, with a few front-facing lounge chairs providing excellent sunbathing and dolphin-watching opportunities and a covered conference area with tables and chairs. Unfortunately, this is the limit of the social space: the indoor lounge consists of two cushioned benches directly in front of the television/video and minimalist library facilities, while the dining/bar area includes three crampedâ€”but plushâ€”booths and a hallway doubling as a buffet area. Furthermore, the open-air conference area, while it provides excellent salsa-dancing space.
Crew members are friendly and competent, and the cook is a master, especially with seafood. The Guantanamera has sophisticated scuba-diving capabilities.
Four-day, five-day, and eight-day cruises depart on Thursdays and Sundays, making stops at visitor sites in northern, central, and southern islands.