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Ultimate Transatlantic With New Orleans, Miami, New York, Bermuda & The Med!

26 nights from £2179pp

  • Flights & Private Overseas Transfers
  • Overnight Stays In New York & Bermuda
  • 3 Nights 4* New Orleans French Quarter Stay
  • 2 Nights 4* Miami Beach Stay

15 March 2020

Ultimate Transatlantic With New Orleans, Miami, New York, Bermuda & The Med!

Cruise Highlights

MSC Cruises - MSC Divina - 26 Nights - 15 March 2020


What's Included:

Flights & Private Overseas Transfers

Overnight Stays In New York & Bermuda

3 Nights 4* New Orleans French Quarter Stay

2 Nights 4* Miami Beach Stay

Regional Flights Also Available From Your Local Airport

Gratuities Included Onboard

Chance To Go Shopping In New York


Cruise Map



Your Itinerary

  •      

    15 Mar 2020

         

    UK To New Orleans

    Fly UK to New Orleans. Upon arrival receive a private transfer from the Airport to your 4* hotel in the French Quarter for 3 Nights.

  •      

    16 - 17 Mar 2020

         

    New Orleans At Leisure

    The local ethos of “let the good times roll” is sure to take its toll as you are soaked in Southern hospitality. Wandering New Orleans’s cosy streets, you will find the story of the city’s past is revealed through the diverse calibre of architectural beauties, all of which have a welcoming ‘lived in’ feel. 

  •     

    18 Mar 2020

        

    New Orleans to Miami

    Today you will transfer from your hotel to the Airport for your flight to Miami. Upon arrival in Miami, you will be transfered to your 4* Miami Beach hotel for 2 Nights.

  •      

    19 Mar 2020

         

    Miami At Leisure

    To many, Miami is the definition of glamour: her streets filled with celebrities and models, her shopping and nightlife scenes that of legend, and her brooding blood-orange sunsets are a delight to behold.

  •      

    20 Mar 2020


    Embark MSC Divina

    Today you will transfer to the cruise port for your 21 night sailing onboard MSC Divina.

  •      

    21 - 22 Mar 2020

         

    At Sea.

  •      

    23 - 24 Mar 2020

         

    New York (United States)

    If it’s your first time visiting the Big Apple, embrace being a typical sight-seer. The Empire State Building, Central Park and the Statue of Liberty attract millions of people yearly because they’re truly wonderful to behold. 

  •     

    25 Mar 2020

         

    At Sea.

  •      

    26 - 27 Mar 2020

         

    King's Wharf (Bermuda)

    Due to large influx of tourists arriving by regularly scheduled cruises, the dockyard has developed into a modern tourist complex with many tourist attractions including National Museum of Bermuda, a manmade beach, art & craft center, several restaurants & pubs, shopping mall with boutique shops 

  •     

    28 - 31 Mar 2020

        

    At Sea.

  •     

    01 Apr 2020

        

    Ponta Delgada (Portugal)

    Capital of the Azores region since 1976, Ponta Delgada is conveniently situated in a region of naturally hot springs and volcanic landscapes. 

  •      

    02 Apr 2020

         

    At Sea.

  •      

    03 Apr 2020

         

    Lisbon (Portugal)

    Portugal’s capital offers pleasantly warmer climates despite facing out towards the Atlantic, its white limestone architecture surrounded by areas of wondrous woodland and intimate beaches. 

  •     

    04 Apr 2020

        

    At Sea.

  •      

    05 Apr 2020

         

    Valencia (Spain)

    For many, Valencia’s enviable perch on the Mediterranean Sea would be enough of a draw in itself. Spain’s third-largest city and one of the main ports of call on an MSC Mediterranean cruise, Valencia has finally shaken off its former slightly provincial reputation.

  •       

    06 Apr 2020

          

    Marseille (France)

    First inhabited by Greek settlers around 600 BC, Marseille has since developed into a rich port city with a unique history. Home to forward-thinking creative spaces and welcoming multicultural hubs, waves of people have migrated to Marseille and its little wonder why.

  •      

    07 Apr 2020

         

    Genoa (Italy)

    First inhabited by Greek settlers around 600 BC, Marseille has since developed into a rich port city with a unique history. Home to forward-thinking creative spaces and welcoming multicultural hubs, waves of people have migrated to Marseille and its little wonder why.

  •      

    08 Apr 2020

         

    Marseille (France)

  •      

    09 Apr 2020

         

    Palma de Mallorca (Spain)

    Palma’s visual aesthetic is the result of its local coastline and not-so-distant mountains, resulting in countless photogenic viewpoints. Detouring away from the iconic trophy-sights will take you through a maze of cobbled lanes, charming markets, baroque churches and lush courtyards.

  •      

    10 Apr 2020

         

         

    Barcelona (Disembark)

    Today you will disembark the ship and transfer to the Airport for your flight back to the UK.

        

Highlights

  • Barcelona, Spain

    Home to boundless culture, fabled architecture, and a world-class drinking and dining scene, Barcelona is one of the world’s most enchanting seaside cities. Stroll Las Ramblas enjoying the unique blend of Catalan culture, lively nightlife and Barcelona’s distinctive sense of local heritage. 

  • Lisbon

    Lisbon

    Portugal’s capital offers pleasantly warmer climates despite facing out towards the Atlantic, its white limestone architecture surrounded by areas of wondrous woodland and intimate beaches. Narrow cobblestone lanes lead to grand plazas and cafes filled with locals breaking bread over recent gossip.

  • Miami

    Miami

    To many, Miami is the definition of glamour: her streets filled with celebrities and models, her shopping and nightlife scenes that of legend, and her brooding blood-orange sunsets are a delight to behold. 

        

  • New Orleans

    The local ethos of “let the good times roll” is sure to take its toll as you are soaked in Southern hospitality. Wandering New Orleans’s cosy streets, you will find the story of the city’s past is revealed through the diverse calibre of architectural beauties, all of which have a welcoming ‘lived in’ feel. Spend your time touring the Garden District, hitting a local jazz club or dining at the Commander’s Palace.

  • New York

    If it’s your first time visiting the Big Apple, simply embrace being a typical sight-seer. The Empire State Building, Central Park and the Statue of Liberty attract millions of people yearly because they’re truly wonderful to behold. If you’re not an NYC newbie, explore its diverse neighbourhoods and find your way to one of the city’s endless bars or delis.

  • Palma de Majorca

    Palma is a resort city and capital of the Spanish island of Majorca (Mallorca), in the western Mediterranean. The massive Santa María cathedral, a Gothic landmark begun in the 13th century, overlooks the Bay of Palma. Almost half of the total population of Majorca live in Palma. Since the advent of mass tourism in the 1950s, the city has been transformed into a tourist destination and has attracted many workers from mainland Spain. Palma’s visual aesthetic is the result of its local coastline and not-so-distant mountains, resulting in countless photogenic viewpoints. Detouring away from the iconic trophy-sights will take you through a maze of cobbled lanes, charming markets, baroque churches and lush courtyards.

Your Ship

MSC Divina

MSC Divina

Inspired by Sophia Loren, MSC Divina brings you all the elegance and glamour of the golden age of cruise lines, enhanced by modern, eco-friendly technology. On board you’ll find every modern comfort, along with a variety of sports and leisure facilities as well as world-class entertainment, including kids’ and teens’ clubs to ensure everyone’s happy.

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Package fares from £pp

  • Inside

    £2179pp

  • Outside

    £2499pp

  • Balcony

    £2789pp

  • Suite

    FULL

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