MSC Cruises offers special pricing and onboard credit for Summer 2014 Caribbean sailings


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MSC Cruises is celebrating National Cruise Vacation Week with a great special that lasts the entire month!

Book a selected Summer Caribbean 2014 sailing and receive special pricing with rates as low as $549 per person. PLUS receive up to $200 per stateroom ship board credit for MSC Divina Caribbean sailings between April 12, 2014 and October 11, 2014.

Here are the details:

Rates are per person, double occupancy, cruise only valid for new retail bookings for US and Canadian residents.— Rate shown is for a Category—I1 stateroom on the—Oct. 4th and 11th sailing aboard MSC Divina.— Government fees and taxes (GFT)—from $118.75 to $137.05 per person for all sailing guests are additional.— Inside & Ocean View staterooms will receive $25 pp (max $ 50 per stateroom) SBC; Balcony & Suites will receive $50 pp (max $100 per stateroom) SBC; Yacht Club will receive $100 pp (max $ 200 per stateroom) SBC. The amount of SBC applied is based on rate paid.— MSC Club discount may be applied to this promotion.— $100 per person deposit is applicable on bookings made more than 75 days out from sailing.— Offer is capacity-controlled, subject to availability, cannot be combined with any other discount or promotion and may be withdrawn without notice.—— MSC Cruises reserves the right to pass on any fuel surcharge without notice to all guests.— MSC Cruises reserves the right to refuse to honor any prices/sailings that are erroneously printed or quoted.— Other restrictions may apply.—— Ask for “CLIA Natl Cruise Vacation Month” promotion when booking. Offer expires October 31, 2013. Ship’s registry: Panama.

This promo is not valid for groups. Offer valid for new retail bookings only.— Standard single and third/fourth rates apply.— Air add-ons, hotels and transfers are valid with this promotion.— MSC Club Discount applies to this promotion.— Military/Civil Service discount does not apply to this promotion.

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