Breakfast. We will visit the Fragoso and French Keys. This is another fantastic area of the north coast of Cuba with numerous pristine beaches of fine, white sand that enhance the unique beauty of the environment, also ideal for practicing underwater activities due to the fertile. The greatest rarity of the place is the San Pascual ship, located off Cayo Francés since 1933. It was built in 1920 under the auspices of a shipping company in San Diego, California, which made 3 identical copies of this type of vessel, and the San Pascual is the only survivor. The ship has a rich history, it is said that Hemingway visited it on some of its voyages along our coastline, also the famous visual artist Leopoldo Romañach was inspired and painted fsome of his most beautiful seascapes from its deck. Then we begin the return sail heading west passing through La Isabela, a small coastal town in the north of Villa Clara, continuing towards Cayo Esquivel, an ideal place for fishing with an abundance of species such as Biajaiba, Creole Snapper, Cubera and Aguají , among others. To end the day we arrived at Bahía de Cádiz where we have dinner and spent the night.