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MSC Cruises Adds An Overnight Visit In New York

July 3, 2014 Cruise No Comments Email Email

An overnight visit in New York in addition to an extended stay in the Portuguese capital of Lisbon is among a host of enticing features on MSC Divina’s much-anticipated 20-night voyage between Miami and Rome.

The trans-Atlantic cruise, which also calls on Bermuda, Ponta Delgada, Cadiz, Barcelona and Naples, is built into an exciting MSC Cruises23-night Miami and New York Skylines to Eternal City package, leaving Australia on April 25, 2015.unnamed (10)

Priced from a bargain $4850pp, twin share, the package includes air fare from Australia, a night’s stay in a Miami hotel, next day transfer to the cruise ship, the transfer between ship in Civitavecchia and Rome Airport and the home-bound flight.

For passengers who want to combine this cruise with a seven-night MSC Divina Mediterranean cruise to La Spezia, Cannes, Mallorca, Barcelona and Naples, fares start from $579pp, twin share or $83 a night . . . a saving of $100.

“The introduction of extra time in New York and Lisbon on the cruise allows everyone the chance to explore these famous cities more thoroughly,” said Lynne Clarke, managing director of MSC Cruises Australia and New Zealand.

“And when you weigh up all the inclusions and the fact that the airfares are built into the starting price of $4850 per person, twin share, it is a truly a bargain,” she said.

Further good news is that flexible return flights are available for up to 21 days from May 16, 2015, allowing travellers more days to spend in Europe.

As with all MSC Cruisesproducts, the cruise includes meals and entertainment on board, cocktail party and gala dinners, port charges and service charges.

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