Kids Sail Free On MSC Cruises, Boomers & Seniors Save Too!
Save big on your next family vacation with MSC Cruises. Children (as many as two) ages 17 and younger cruise free on all MSC Cruises' sailings when staying in the same stateroom with two full-fare paying adults. Government taxes and fees are additional, per person.
In addition, MSC Cruises is celebrating the winter Caribbean season by offering a special value for Baby Boomers and Seniors. Boomers and Seniors can save at least 50 percent on the price of a memorable MSC Cruises Caribbean sailing -- and get even more value for their money when they take the kids/grandkids along for free with the line's "Kids Sail Free" policy.
Boomer/Senior Saver prices on all 2008-09 Caribbean sailings of the MSC Lirica and MSC Orchestra begin at just $449 per person, double occupancy (cruise only, not including government fees and taxes and fuel surcharge) on 7-night itineraries and $749 per person, double occupancy on 10-night itineraries. At least one guest in the stateroom must be 50 years of age on the departure date and bookings must be made by May 1, 2009.
Both the MSC Orchestra and MSC Lirica will sail roundtrip itineraries from Fort Lauderdale.
The MSC Orchestra is making its North American debut during the winter season. The ship will sail 7-night Eastern and Western Caribbean itineraries as well as a 7-night Bermuda and Nassau itinerary.
MSC Lirica will be sailing a 7-night Eastern Caribbean Christmas sailing and a 7-night Western Caribbean New Year's cruise as well as 10-night Deep Caribbean and Caribbean Featuring Panama sailings.
For more information about MSC Cruises, the MSC "Kids Sail Free" program and special Boomer/Senior Saver rates, visit www.msccruisesusa.com or contact your favorite travel agent. These offers are based on availability and restrictions apply.