On August 3, 2015, James Meyer of Harper Meyer Perez Hagen O’Connor
Albert & Dribin LLP was quoted in an article from the Daily Business
Review entitled, “Yacht Charter Plans First US-Cuba Voyage Under
Relaxed Rules.” A Palm Beach County yacht broker’s charter will be the
first ship to travel to Cuba since the United States restored diplomatic
relations with Cuba as the rules for U.S. travel to the island have
become more relaxed. Meyer stated, “a major reason for the extended
delay in starting service is Cuban infrastructure challenges and the
shallow depths of most Cuban ports. It’s a big coup for anyone who
becomes the first to do anything in Cuba – whether it’s the first bank
or the first yacht. The publicity associated with it is priceless.”

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