Cuban-Americans sail from Miami in fleets bound for Cuba

In support of their fellow countrymen who have been protesting against the communist dictatorship,, dozens of Florida residents have boarded their vessels and headed for the 12-mile territorial limit off Cuban waters.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The recent events in Cuba have repercussions in Florida and, particularly, in Miami. Miamians have taken to the streets in support of the call for freedom seen in the streets of Cuba, and now the protest has reached the water too.

Without an organization to coordinate them, and essentially self-convened through social networks, dozens of Floridians are boarding private boats to cross the Florida Straits and travel twelve miles to Cuba, at the limit of international waters.

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