MSC Cruises Offering Significantly Reduced Rates for MSC Seaside

MSC Cruises is offering low rates and reduced deposits for a limited tie during Wave Season, find out what it's all about.

We’re always here to help you find a good cruise deal and now that it’s Wave Season there is no better time. MSC Cruises is now offering significantly reduced rates for its newest cruise ship MSC Seaside which is now sailing the Caribbean from PortMiami, Florida.

Wave Season has been well underway since the new year and even before that, cruise lines are bringing out al the big incentives to help us save big on booking cruises. Not just that but there are plenty of perks and benefits to go along with current sales and promotions. MSC is giving a major push towards its North American market and now that MSC Seaside has arrived it’s time to get those cruise sales and get cruisers sailing to the Caribbean.

The MSC Seaside Reduced Rates and Deposits

So let’s get into the deal details because that’s really why you’re here! The cruise line is offering huge savings only for the new cruise ship which began cruises from Miami in December 2017.

Running now until January 31, 2018, the cruise line is offering savings of up to $900 per stateroom and reduced deposits of $49. The “Save & Sail” promotion is for the MSC Seaside and the ships Eastern And Western Caribbean sailings. Guests can snag lower rates on Balcony Staterooms starting from $539 per person, check all the savings on offer at the MSC Cruises site.

You really should check the terms and conditions before booking your cruise. Alternatively, Cruise Hive readers can check all the best top 10 MSC Cruise Deals and Price drops.

MSC Seaside Sails Eastern and Western Caribbean Cruises

MSC Seaside is the newest cruise ship in the fleet but that will soon change in 2018. The ship now offers a year-round service from PortMiami, Florida sailing Eastern and Western Caribbean cruises. The new class vessel calls in St. Maarten, Bahamas and Puerto Rico for the Eastern Caribbean itinerary. Calls in Jamaica, Mexico, and the Cayman Islands are on the Western Caribbean itinerary.

Also Read: Here’s The MSC Seaside Naming Ceremony Just In Case You Missed it

MSC Seaside is a 153,500 gross ton ship and built by Fincantieri in Italy. A second sister ship named MSc Seaview is arriving in 2018. The ship has a guest capacity of 4,100. The vessel is also award winning and recently won “Best New Cruise Ship for 2017”.


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