Buy one, get one (almost) free with MSC

//Buy one, get one (almost) free with MSC

The 2010 brochure from Italian line MSC cruises is out this week, with details of the 136 different itineraries available on their fleet, which will total 11 ships by next spring.
But don’t rush out to book them just yet. I can disclose that MSC are about to repeat – for a limited period – their “buy one, get one for £1” deal which proved so popular last year.
Passengers will be able to book any 2010 cruise at brochure price, and pay £1 for a second adult sharing the same cabin. Together with their offer that children under 18 sail free, this means that effectively a family of four can sail for the price of one.
Airfares are extra, apart from the sailings from Dover to Norway and the Baltic, which next year will be on MSC Opera, replacing the 2009 ship, MSC Lirica.
The offer will be available for two weeks from April 4, so check your travel agent is open for Easter weekend, or go to Don’t forget to tell them Captain Greybeard sent you.
Incidentally, MSC are still saying nothing officially about their flagship, Fantasia, being used to provide accommodation for world leaders at the G8 summit in July, but the new brochure proudly boasts that they are the “Official Cruise Line of the G8.”

By | 2017-06-15T16:00:45+00:00 26 March 2009|Cruise Deals|0 Comments

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John Honeywell is a travel writer specialising in cruise ships and cruise travel. Winner of CLIA UK's Contribution to Cruise award 2017.

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