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Book by August 31.

Whether you’re ready to embark on your first cruise, or you’re an old pro at sailing the high season, you can’t go wrong with a weeklong Caribbean cruise. It’s not too long or too short. It offers plenty of variety, both on land and aboard the ship. And, it’s just the right amount of time to get away.

The great news about this particular 7-night Caribbean cruise? It costs $299 per person and it’s on a brand new ship. You’ll sail aboard MSC Cruises’  Divina, which had its maiden voyage in 2012, and offers distinctly European style, just like her namesake, actress Sophia Loren.

Set sail from Miami on September 20 or Oct. 4, 2014 in an inside cabin at this rate. Additional sailings through the end of the year are available for $30 more. Upgrade to an oceanview or balcony stateroom for $549 per person and you’ll also receive $150 in onboard credit.

Your first port stop will be the island of St. Maarten. Next, drop anchor in the vibrant city of San Juan in Puerto Rico. Finish your cruise with a stop on the private island of Great Stirrup Cay in the Bahamas.

Here are some additional Caribbean cruises included in this sale:
7-Night, 4-City Caribbean Cruise Incl. Cayman Islands…$329
10-Night Caribbean Cruise Incl. Colombia & Costa Rica…$949


Terms and Conditions:

*Rates are USD, per person, double occupancy, cruise-only valid for new retail bookings for US and Canadian residents.  Rate shown is for a Category I1, B1 stateroom on the Oct. 4, Dec. 13, 2014; May 16, 23, 30 & Oct. 24, 2015 sailing aboard MSC Divina.  Government fees and taxes (GFT) of $124.44 to $137.05 on Caribbean cruises, $37.45 – $44.17 on Mediterranean cruises, $14.96 on MSC Grand Voyage cruises per person for all sailing guests are additional. Shipboard Credit (SBC) For Caribbean 7+ night sailings:  Balcony, Suite & Yacht Club will receive $75 per person (max $150 per stateroom) SBC.  For all Caribbean 4-night sailings:  Balcony, Suite & Yacht Club will receive $50 per person (max $100 per stateroom) SBC.  There is NO SBC for the Caribbean 2-night sailing. All Mediterranean sailings in balcony (B1 – B3), Suite (S3) & Yacht Club will receive a $100 per person (max $200 per stateroom) SBC if booked and deposited by Oct. 31, 2014. Amount of SBC is based on rate paid.
MSC Club discount is applicable.  A discount of up to 10% (not combinable with MSC Club discount) is also applicable to active and retired US and Canadian military, civil service and interline personnel and their spouses, dependent children, parents and parents-in-law.  Qualifying guests must present an I.D. badge from their respective organization at time of booking.  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 prior 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 “NEW PROMO” when booking. Offer Expires Oct. 31, 2014. Ship’s registry: Panama.

– BY SHERMANSTRAVEL


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