MSC Cruise Line

MSC Cruise Line is owned by the Mediterranean Shipping Company. The line has been in service since 1998. MSC Cruise Line’s claim to fame is it’s excellent “Italian service,” fine cuisine, and itineraries that cover exotic locations around the world. MSC Cruise Line features Mediterranean sailings, Northern Europe sailings, Transatlantic sailings, Caribbean sailings, South America sailings, and South Africa sailings.

Eastern and Western Mediterranean sailings travel to places such as Venice, Florence, Casablanca, Istanbul, Dubrovnik, Marseilles, Sicily, France, Barcelona, Alexandria, Ephesus, Athens, Yalta, Odessa, and more. MSC Cruise Line Northern Europe sailings travel to Russia, Stockholm, Denmark, Norway, and Estonia while Transatlantic sailings travel from Ft. Lauderdale or Europe around the world. Cozumel, Grand Cayman, and Key West are on the Caribbean cruise menu and during MSC Cruises’ South America sailings passengers will visit Brazil and its numerous beach towns such as Ipanema and Copacabana. And finally, South Africa sailings feature visits to Port Victoria in the Seychelles, Zanzibar, the city of Durban, Cape Town, the Canary Islands, Alexandria, Ajaccio and more!

Besides regular cruises, MSC Cruise Line also offers a variety of theme cruises such as hobby cruises, baseball greats cruises, astral theme cruises, well-being cruises, golf cruises, bridge cruises, food & wine cruises, big band cruises, and even singles cruises.

MSC Cruise Line features more than 70 ports of call and hundreds of shore excursions ranging from rainforest hikes and historic tours to snorkeling and shopping in open-air markets. Just a few MSC Cruise Line tours include: panoramic tours, walking tours, bus tours, bike tours, and ATV tours.

MSC Cruise Line’s fleet includes 11 luxury liners, each its own individual style and amenities. The MSC Cruises fleet includes: MSC Magnifica, MSC Fantasia, MSC Poesia, MSC Orchestra, MSC Musica, MSC Opera, MSC Lirica, MSC Sinfonia, MSC Armonia, MSC Melody, and MSC Rhapsody. Just a few ship amenities include: casinos, discos, gyms, spas, beauty salons, cinemas, libraries, jogging tracks, laundry services, and conference facilities. Guests can also find plenty of duty free shopping aboard MSC Cruise ships as well.

If you are interested in booking a MSC Cruise Line vacation, booking online has several advantages. If you book early online, you can save hundreds of dollars. Booking early can cost you as little as $1,149 for an interior room (12-day cruise) up to $2,049 for a suite with balcony (12-day cruise). MSC Cruises features sailings ranging from 3 days up to 22 days. MSC Cruise Line features a wide range of Internet only specials as well. A good example is MSC Cruise Lines Eastern and Western Caribbean Cruises. The seven night Caribbean cruise may cost as little as $75 per night, especially if you book off-season. Not only can you enjoy discounts of up to 50% on MSC Caribbean cruises, but kids under 17 sail free These discounts may be available through your local travel agent as well, so inquire within.

While the MSC Cruise Line website features many offers and promotions, you can also try any of the discount booking search engines below for possible discounts and deals on MSC Cruises.

Kayak.com
Expedia.com
Orbitz.com
Travelocity.com
CheapTickets.com
VacationsToGo.com
Cruise411.com
Cruise.com

To find out more about discount cruises, you can visit any number of cruise review websites to read reviews from real passengers, with real experiences. While there are many cruise review websites to choose from, some of the most popular (and reliable) cruise review websites include:

Cruisecritic.com
Cruisereviewsonline.com
Cruisereport.com
Cruisedirectonline.com
Cruisemates.com

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