|Day 1||Fly to Miami – USA (Deluxe Hotel Stay) Whether you're a foodie, shopaholic or into action sports, the vibrant multi-cultural Miami offers something for everyone.|
|Day 2||Embark MSC Seaside In Miami – USA|
|Day 3||At Sea|
|Day 4||San Juan – Puerto Rico One of the largest islands in the Eastern Caribbean, Puerto Rico combines glitzy resorts with a bustling business and nightlife with quiet beaches and a massive, untouched rainforest. No visit to the island would be complete without a trip to the Bacardi Rum Distillery.|
|Day 5||Charlotte Amalie – St Thomas St. Thomas is the busiest of the three United States Virgin Islands. With 28 square miles of lush green hills and sandy beaches, St. Thomas and the nearby island of St. John see nearly 1.7 million visitors a year. It is the second largest and most sophisticated of the Virgin Islands with a strong Danish influence especially evident in Charlotte Amalie, the main town and capital. Originally called Taphaus, or Tap House, it is now named after a Danish queen. The island's historic attractions should not be ignored. Its colourful history dates back at least several thousand years. The early Indians had disappeared by the time Denmark settled St. Thomas, but the Danes left their mark in many ways.|
|Day 6||At Sea|
|Day 7||Nassau – Bahamas The port of Nassau is located in the northeastern part of the island of New Providence. The island is flat, covered by pine-tree woods, lakes and swamps. In the North there are wonderful beaches, tourist ports, golf courses and many other venues for leisure and free time.|
|Day 8||Ocean Cay Marine Reserve – Bahamas|
|Day 9||Miami – USA|
|Day 10||At Sea|
|Day 11||Ocho Rios – Jamaica The golden beaches, swaying palm trees and fragrant air are just a prelude to what surrounds this beautiful city. Within the nearby jungle-covered mountains are the magnificent Dunn's River Falls, the foliage of Fern Gully and the untouched beauty of the White River.|
|Day 12||George Town – Grand Cayman Grand Cayman is one of a group of three magnificent tropical islands. Among other attractions, visitors to the island will enjoy learning about the turtles, visiting the town of Hell, exploring Seven-Mile Beach and enjoying the undersea world.|
|Day 13||Cozumel – Mexico Despite being one of the most popular Mexican Caribbean Island, there are still large stretches of powder white beaches and jungle untouched to explore. If you enjoy snorkelling, the coral reef offer some excellent spots.|
|Day 14||At Sea|
|Day 15||Ocean Cay Marine Reserve – Bahamas|
|Day 16||Miami – USA|
|Day 17||Arrive UK|
*Price based on 02 Oct 2020 departure
Prices correct at the time of publishing.Next ▸
MSC Seaside will lead the way for a new generation of MSC cruise ships with revolutionary architecture and cutting-edge technology.
She will be the first ship in the MSC Cruises' fleet to be christened in the United States, sailing in the Caribbean year-round from Miami. Her inaugural voyage departs 23rd December 2017.
MSC Seaside will bring guests closer to the sea with connecting inside and outside public spaces and a unique waterfront promenade that wraps right around the 323-metre ship, offering a panoply of places to shop, eat and sunbathe while panoramic lifts providing breathtaking sea views.
In addition, MSC Seaside will offer one of the largest and most interactive Aquaparks at Sea. She will be the first cruise ship to feature Slide boarding technology, combining a slide and an interactive game that is the cutting edge of water park technology, ensuring unrivalled fun for all ages.
MSC Seaside, the ship that follows the sun!
Balcony with sliding doors.
Double bed that can be converted to two single beds (on request), except cabins for guests with disabilities or reduced mobility.
Air conditioning, bathroom with shower, interactive TV, telephone, wireless internet access (for a fee), mini bar, safe.
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