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The only ESTA I know of is a system to obtain authorization to travel to the United States of America. Your description of your itinerary doesn't mention traveling to the USA at all, so you do not need to apply for ESTA. If your flight involved a connection in the USA, then you would need to apply for ESTA. But since you say you are traveling "directly" ...
Use cubajet.com to buy tickets online. This service supports payment by Visa and MasterCard. Also you may use Maestro card. As alternative, you always may buy tickets directly in airport. There are official desks of Cubana and Airmexico airlines inside International Airport of Cancun. But remember to buy ticket at least 4-5 days before the flight. When ...
The second itinerary, the shorter by distance, appears to be the only correct one. Rome2Rio apparently has a little bug, confusing Santa Elena, Mexico and Santa Elena, Guatemala, near Flores, as shown on the Linea Dora website. So only the second option is valid. Looking at the itinerary on a map, this option looks not only the shortest in distance but ...
ESTA is a Unites States government requirement for foreign citizens. However, if you're not visiting the USA, you have no need to get it. So as long as your flight from Amsterdam to Cancun (or any others) don't transit, land or layover in any US airport, you do NOT need to get this, no matter what your citizenship.
You can easily book a cruise with Norwegian Cruise Line, there is a cruise ship specifically coming out of NYC and it's brand new. NCL cruise style is way more relaxed than the other companies so you might feel more comfortable and relax until you get to Cancun.
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