This cruise line has sailings starting at $129.

MSC Cruises is ready to start its year of sailing off strong, offering cruises starting at under $200 for their latest promotion.  I’m not sure about you all, but I’m ready to put my new years’ resolution of smaller portions to the test and give my willpower a try at the buffet.

Currently sailing from Miami and Port Canaveral, with plans to expand to New York City and Texas, the cruise line offers cruises starting at just $129, up to a $200 onboard credit, and free travel for children. 

Cruises around the world, from the Caribbean to Canada, the Mediterranean, and more, are eligible for the offer, which is subject to availability and ends on tomorrow, January 25, 2023.

Let’s hear the deals, please!

  • Enjoy a 3-night cruise for just $129 on the MSC Meraviglia, which will call the Brooklyn Cruise Terminal home starting in April.

  • Sail along the Mediterranean for 4-nights on the MSC Fantasia starting at just $139 per person.

  • Explore northern Europe on the MSC Virtuosa with 3-night sailings starting at $159 per person. 

  • Treat yourself to a 9-night journey through the Caribbean with stops in St. Lucia, Martinique, and more on the MSC Seaside starting at $299 per person.

Onboard credit will also be offered to travelers who book, depending on the cruise length and hotel room type.

For cruises lasting 4-nights or fewer, guests booking an oceanview or balcony room will receive a $25 credit per stateroom for cruises lasting 5-9 nights, a $50 credit per stateroom for cruises lasting 10-nights or longer, and a $100 credit per stateroom. The $200 stateroom credit is offered for passengers in suites or MSC Yacht Club rooms on sailings lasting at least 10 nights.

Last year, MSC introduced several new ships featuring 33 restaurants, bars, lounges, and the world’s first at-sea brewery that uses seawater for its beer. Also launched on the MSC Seascape is a thrilling Robotron ride that dangles guests over 100 feet in the air, offering a wide range of activities for guests to enjoy on their cruise of choice.

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