Tuesday, August 14, 2007

MSC Cruises offers Caribbean savings

MSC Cruises is offering Senior Saver prices for 2007-8 Caribbean voyages on the MSC Lirica starting at $479 per passenger (not counting government taxes and fees) if you book by September 30, 2007.

The best part? Only one passenger in the stateroom has to be 50 years of age at the time of sailing -- and if 50 is the "new 30," as I at least choose to believe, that's stretching the definition of "senior" from here to Aruba.

In another deal, up to two children ages 17 and younger staying in the same cabin as two full-fare paying adults can cruise for free (not counting government taxes and fees) on ten different Caribbean voyages departing from Fort Lauderdale from December 4, 2007, until March 19, 2008.

For residents of North America, a $100 deposit per passenger (double occupancy) will hold your space.

In a third deal, MSC is offering free airfare from five West Coast gateways for the ten-night Caribbean cruise onboard the Lirica that departs December 4, 2007. For this deal, prices start at $849 per person, so if you live on the West Coast and are 50 or older, you'll have to weigh this offer versus the Senior Saver fare. The free airfare offer expires September 30.

For more information or to book a cruise, click here or call a travel agent.

Photo of MSC Lirica courtesy of MSC Cruises.

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