Reduced Price for Second Guest on Europe Sailings with MSC Yacht Club


The MSC Splendida is participating in MSC Yacht Club's discounted promotion for guests sailing to Europe through November 6. // (c) 2011 MSC Yacht Club.

MSC Yacht Club is offering 50 percent off the cruise fare for a second guest staying in the same Yacht suite during select seven-night voyages aboard the MSC Splendida and the MSC Fantasia through Nov. 6. Voyages must be booked by Aug. 31.
Rates begin at $2,969 for the first guest and $1,484.50 for the second guest in the same Yacht Club suite, inclusive of accommodations, $100 shipboard credit per person (maximum $200 per suite).
The cruise visits several destinations in Europe, including Naples, Barcelona, and Marseille. MSC Yacht Club offers a ‘sanctuary’ amid a large ship cruise. Exclusive amenities of the MSC Yacht Club include: Italian-designed suites; 24-hour butler service; 24-hour concierge; complimentary wines and spirits while aboard; complimentary fine dining in a private restaurant; priority reservations at the MSC Aurea Spa; a private sundeck with exclusive jacuzzi, swimming pool and a bar; and a private lounge with afternoon tea service served daily.
To book the “Yacht Club 50% Off 2nd Occupant” promotion, please call 855-469-2582. This offer cannot be combined with any other discount or promotion and is subject to availability. Other restrictions apply.  Government fees are additional for all guests and are as follows: Fantasia sailings departing: Barcelona, $78.45; Genoa, $64.19; Civitavecchia, $54.93; Splendida sailings departing: Barcelona, $76.69; Genoa, $62.44.

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