MSC Cruises unveils summer 2024 stay and cruise programme

MSC Cruises has unveiled its summer 2024 ‘stay and cruise’ programme, which enables guests to extend their seven-night cruise to a nine or 10-night holiday.

The programme includes a new add-on package whereby customers can add a two-night stay at a four-star hotel in Athens, Venice and Rome; a three-star hotel in Miami; or a four-star hotel in New York to their cruise.

The offer features transfers to and from the ship and a half-day city excursion.

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Antonio Paradiso, managing director for the UK and Ireland, said: “We know that guests enjoy the flexibility of tailoring their perfect holidays as well as exploring new destinations.

“This is why we have introduced our new stay and cruise programme so that guests can spend extra time enjoying some incredible destinations before joining, or after departing, an MSC Cruise.”

The offer is available on various MSC Cruises summer 2024 sailings in the Mediterranean and Caribbean.

For travellers on a western or eastern Mediterranean cruise keen to explore more of Rome, the offer is linked on MSC Divina, MSC Fantasia, MSC Musica, MSC Seaside and MSC Seaview from Civitavecchia before or after their cruise.

The add-on package for Venice is available pre-or post-cruise with MSC Armonia, MSC Lirica and MSC Sinfonia from Marghera-Venice.

Guests sailing on MSC Opera departing from the port of Piraeus can opt to prolong their holiday in Athens before their cruise.

The offer can be booked with Caribbean itineraries on MSC Seascape departing from Miami for an additional two-day stay in Miami before the cruise.

Guests will also have the opportunity to extend their holiday pre-cruise in New York with MSC Meraviglia departing from New York.

Pictured: MSC Opera

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