I booked a cruise on August 31st on Holland America Lines (HAL) as a surprise for my wife for our 40th wedding anniversary on December 12, 2018. She has always wanted to visit Cuba, so I booked the 11-Day Cuban Explorer. The cruise is 18 months away on December 10, 2018. I told my wife of our plans the next day. She looked online at the itinerary and realized the ship spends less than one full day in Cuba; however, it is listed online as the 11-Day Cuban Explorer. All other days are in the Caribbean. We do not want a Caribbean cruise. Holland America was contacted the very next business day on September 5th, after the Labor Day weekend and we requested a refund of our deposit - $600. We were notified the deposit was non-refundable. We contested the listing was false advertising. We are out $600 for a deposit made 18 months before the cruise. I work very hard for $600, and truly hate to see it thrown away. Holland America customer service is very difficult to deal with, and are sticking with the deposit is non-refundable. If this was truly a Cuban cruise and not a Caribbean cruise, we would be on it. I need an advocate and hope you can assist.