Cruise For as Little as $49.50 Per Day with MSC Cruises — But…
Y ou can enjoy a cruise from Miami to destinations in the Caribbean — such as the Bahamas, Mexico, Puerto Rico and Saint Maarten — for as little as $49.50 per day if you book your reservation anytime from now through Sunday, November 30, 2014 with MSC Cruises. You could also get a balcony stateroom at an ocean view price; and your kids sail for free. In addition — when you book a balcony or suite — you will receive up to a maximum of $200.00 in shipboard credit.
However, there are some things about which you should know before you run to book your cruise, as the lowest price is:
- For select cruises only
- For something called Bella, which is one of four inclusive experiences offered by MSC Cruises — and Bella is the lowest level of inclusive experiences
- Per person, double occupancy — meaning you will have to share a stateroom
- Valid only for the cruise — meaning not including excursions, for example
- Only for residents of the United States and Canada
- Not including government fees and taxes of $31.50 to $149.75 per person
- Not including any possible fuel surcharges, as MSC Cruises reserves the right to pass on any fuel surcharge without prior notice to all guests
- Three meals per day
- Free access to the casino, slot machines and gaming areas.
- Onboard activities which may be organized throughout the day — from quizzes to hobbies — which are open to everyone
- Kids — who if they are 17 years of age or younger travel free with MSC Cruises — can participate in a program of activities which run from early morning to early evening and are free of charge
- A fitness facility is available on most cruise ships; and access to the gym is free of charge
- A library and card room
- Nightclubs and disco with no entrance charge
- All Broadway-style evening shows — from musical medleys to dramatic theater productions — are open to everyone at no extra cost.
Other restrictions, terms and conditions may apply.
As I wrote in this article posted on January 21, 2012 pertaining to the tragedy of the Costa Concordia — the luxury cruise ship which ran aground off the coast of Italy, resulting in the deaths of at least 32 people and injuring others — I have traveled all over the world, but I have never traveled on a cruise ship.
That disaster will not prevent me from possibly “cruising” in the future — but I personally am not interested in this special offer, so I still have no definitive plans on being a passenger on a cruise ship at this time.
If you take advantage of this offer, bon voyage…