MSC Cruises to Offer the "World's Largest Cruise Event" During National Cruise Vacation Week

As part of National Cruise Vacation Week, which is sponsored by Cruise Lines International Association (CLIA), MSC Cruises is offering a shipboard credit of as much as $200 per stateroom for guests who book a 2013 cruise this month.

CLIA’s National Cruise Vacation Week, scheduled for Oct. 21-27, 2012 offers a wide array of special events and offers from CLIA-member cruise lines.

MSC Cruises is marking the event with a month-long “World’s Largest Cruise Event” offer available to residents of the United States and Canada who book select 2013 MSC Cruises sailings of five or more nights by Oct. 31, 2012. South American itineraries are excluded from this promotion.

  • The amount of shipboard credit is based on the following:Inside and oceanview staterooms: $25 per person (maximum of $50 per stateroom);
  • Balcony standard and superior staterooms: $50 per person (maximum of $100 per stateroom); and
  • Suites and MSC Yacht Club accommodations: $100 per person (maximum of $200 per stateroom).

Guests can enjoy MSC Cruises’ heritage on a Mediterranean sailing, explore the beauty and mystery of Northern Europe or escape to tropical islands on a Caribbean cruise. On each sailing, guests are treated to the line’s white-gloved service, elegant and pristine décor, delicious cuisine (including Mediterranean specialties) and acclaimed world-class entertainment as they visit popular and off-the-beaten-path destinations.

For more information, visit www.msccruisesusa.com.

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