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MSC Launches Huge Labor Day Sale on Cruises From the U.S.

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MSC Cruises has launched its huge Labor Day sale that includes onboard credit and a range of impressive perks.

MSC Cruises Labor Day Sale

With Labor Day just around the corner in the United States, cruise lines are looking at offering great deals ready for when cruising resumes. MSC Cruises is one of the first cruise lines to launch its Labor Day sale for cruise ships based from the United States.

This will be a great chance for those looking forward to cruising in 2021 to get a good deal and take advantage of shipboard credit, balcony staterooms at interior rates and kids sail free on select sailings.

Ken Muskat, EVP and chief operating officer of MSC Cruises USA, said:

“We’ve seen strong interest in 2021 Caribbean sailings as guests are looking forward to future vacations with their family and getting back to sea. With MSC Cruises’ Labor Day sale, guests can plan their next vacation — with a choice of four distinct cruise ships sailing the Caribbean in 2021 — and benefit from added value, including shipboard credits that can be spent on the onboard perks of their choice.”

“In addition to a great offer, our guests have expressed that flexibility is also extremely important to them as they book their next vacation. With the recent launch of Total CruiseFlex, our guests can feel confident that if for any reason they need to cancel and move their booked cruise to a different ship or sail date they can easily make the change up to 48 hours before their cruise.”

The MSC Labor Day Sale is running from September 3 to September 17, 2020 and cruisers can choose from any 3-, 4-, or 7-night 2021 cruise sailing to the Caribbean and The Bahamas aboard MSC Seaside, MSC Divina, MSC Meraviglia, or MSC Armonia.

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Guests will be able to enjoy up to $300 of onboard credit per stateroom. This starts at $50 per stateroom on 3- and 4-night sailings for Interior and Oceanview staterooms. Kids ages 127 and under can sail free when traveling with their parents in the same booked stateroom and there are balcony upgrade options on MSC Seaside and MSC Divina departing from Port Canaveral, Florida.

All the ships will be calling at MSC Cruises’ own private island of Ocean Cay in the Bahamas which is located just 65 miles from Miami. The vessels will also have new health protocols in place to make sure guests and crew remain safe during the entire vacation experience. MSC has a “CruiseFlex” program too that allows guests to change their booking up to 48 hours before departure.

Members of MSc Voyagers Yacht Club loyalty program can benefit from the Labor Day promotion with an additional 5% discount along with up to $100 onboard credit per member.

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