Whether searching for the perfect holiday vacation with the family, looking to escape the winter chill or planning ahead for a 2019 getaway, now is the perfect opportunity to make time for an oceanic adventure. MSC Cruises USA — the North American arm of MSC Cruises, the Swiss-based world’s largest privately-owned cruise line and market leader in Europe — along with Cruise Line International Association (CLIA), is inviting travelers to #ChooseCruise this October while helping agents benefit by offering them exclusive perks for their clients on board MSC Seaside.
Exclusive Perks for MSC Seaside Caribbean Sailings
Throughout the month of October, guests can take advantage of $75 shipboard credit per person (up to $150 total per stateroom) when booking an Aurea experience balcony stateroom or suite on select MSC Seaside sailings between October 2018 and November 2019. But, guests can only earn these benefits by booking through their preferred travel agent.
Along with the shipboard credit, these guests will also still enjoy all of the advantages of MSC Cruises’ elevated Aurea experience. Aurea experience guests receive priority boarding, enhanced stateroom amenities, all-inclusive beverage status throughout the ship and a variety of wellness features. This includes a 50% discount on any fitness classes, free access to the exclusive sun decks — like MSC Seaside’s Top 19 Solarium — and a spa wellness package, offering one complimentary massage and spa cocktail as well as access to the spa’s thermal area for the duration of the cruise. Finally, Aurea experience guests can dine when they please with the My Time dining option.
Departing every Saturday from PortMiami, MSC Seaside sails year-round 7-night alternating Eastern and Western Caribbean itineraries. Sample upcoming Caribbean itineraries on board MSC Seaside eligible for the #ChooseCruise deal include:
- December 8, 2018: 7-night sailing from Miami, visiting San Juan, Puerto Rico; Philipsburg, St. Maarten; and Nassau, Bahamas. Prices start at $1,408 per person for an Aurea balcony stateroom.
- January 5, 2019: 7-night sailing from Miami, visiting San Juan, Puerto Rico (late night stay); Charlotte Amalie, U.S. Virgin Islands; Philipsburg, St. Maarten, and Nassau Bahamas. Prices start at $1,349 per person for an Aurea balcony stateroom.
- February 23, 2019: 7-night sailing from Miami, visiting Ocho Rios, Jamaica; George Town, Cayman Islands; Cozumel, Mexico; and Nassau, Bahamas. Prices start at $1,659 per person for an Aurea suite.
Booking Window: Oct. 1 – Oct. 31, 2018
Eligible Sail Dates: Select sailings on MSC Seaside between Oct. 2018 and Nov. 2019
Booking instructions: Guests can book by contacting their preferred travel agent.
About MSC Seaside
MSC Seaside is MSC Cruises’ revolutionary cruise ship launched in December 2017 and sailing year-round from Miami to the Caribbean. Known as “The Ship that Follows the Sun,” MSC Seaside’s unique innovative beach condo design brings guests closer to the sea and helps them enjoy the outdoors like never before. Guests can stroll along the widest waterfront boardwalk at sea, with two glass-floor catwalks and an array of outdoor seating areas so that guests can enjoy al fresco dining and drinking or simply strolling by the sea. MSC Seaside also boasts expanded gourmet, internationally-inspired dining, including a partnership with pan-Asian pioneer Roy Yamaguchi who has created the Asian Market Kitchen on board. The ship’s MSC Aurea Spa is the largest Balinese spa at sea, with a unique thermal area complete with multiple saunas, a Hammam room, a snow room and more for ultimate relaxation. Thrilling activities on board, ensuring that cruisers of all ages are always entertained, include an interactive aqua park with four exhilarating water slides; the two longest zip lines at sea; full-size bowling lanes; an F1 simulator; and Broadway-style performances each night of the cruise.
For more information about MSC Seaside and this exclusive #ChooseCruise deal, visit the MSC Cruises’ website. To book, please contact a preferred travel agent.
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