Say thank you to your mum, grandmother or wife this year with an MSC Cruise. Spoil your special lady with the gift of luxury, relaxation and indulgence as she sets sail to some of the world’s most beautiful destinations.
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Take advantage of our special offer leading up to Mother’s Day and receive 25% off your second cruise. Call MSC Musica home as you embark on an 11 night adventure to the magical Mediterranean. Departing from Genoa, cruise to Rome, Olympia, Athens, Rhodes, Limassol, Crete and Valletta and immerse yourself in the rich history and culture of these magical towns. Plan for the year ahead and book a second cruise to take advantage of this great offer. Why not enjoy the perfect balance of history, culture and relaxation as you discover the stunning sights of Portofino, Barcelona, Casablanca, Canary Islands, Madeira Islands and Civitavecchia. Departing in September 2016, this itinerary makes the perfect school holidays getaway with something for everyone in the family to enjoy. With prices starting from $2,486 per person, for these two spectacular itineraries enjoy great savings while you treat the whole family.
Our Mother’s Day deal is available on range of selected departures throughout summer 2016 and winter 2017 itineraries cruising the Mediterranean, Caribbean, Arabian Peninsula and Cuba.
There is no better way to give Grandma a much deserved break than with our all organised fantastic Fly, Land and Cruise Packages. Surprise Grandma with the trip of a lifetime with a range of packages to choose from. Consider Lawrence returns to Arabia 27 night package, discovering Spain, France, Italy, Greece, Jordan, Oman, United Arab Emirates, Bahrain as well as cruising the Suez Canal on board the stunning MSC Fantasia. With transfers, accommodation and return flights already organised for you, this package is the perfect gift to give and an even better one to receive. Starting from $4,799 per person, this Mother’s Day, the special ladies in the family will enjoy an experience not to be forgotten.