MSC Cruises

12-night Caribbean from Miami

MSC Seashore

Coming into service in Spring 2021, the 169,400 GT MSC Seashore will be the first in its kind, further enriching MSC Cruises’ Seaside Class of ships with new cutting edge features.

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Itinerary highlights
Miami, Florida United States of America
A beach in Costa Maya, Mexico Costa Maya Mexico
Cozumel Mexico
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from
£1,519
per person
from
£127
per night
Free cancellation up to 21 days before you sail through 31 Dec 2021
18 Dec 2021
£1,679 £1,519
18 Dec 2021
£1,949 £1,699
18 Dec 2021
£2,039 £1,789
18 Dec 2021
£2,879 £2,459
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Reschedule your booking for free up to 15 days before your sail date for cruise only, and up to 21 days before departure for fly cruises. Applies to bookings made before 30 October 2020 on sailings through 31 December 2021.

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The itinerary

Miami is the cruise capital of the world, catering to over 5.5 million cruise passengers every year from most major cruise lines, including Royal Caribbean, Carnival, Norwegian, MSC and more. The city is also one of the world’s most popular holiday spots for tourists in North America and beyond. From its superstar beaches, to its rich multi-cultural heritage, from spa days and shops galore, to world famous cuban restaurants and hedonistic nightlife – Miami is a multicultural city that has something to offer to everyone.

Day 2At Sea

Costa Maya is a hidden paradise of the Mexican Caribbean coast, perhaps most famous for the largest collection of Mayan ruins discovered to date. Chacchoben, just one hour away from the port, is the best jumping off point to begin exploring the ruins and learning about the incredible history of the Mayan people. The area is also home to one of the largest reef systems in the world, the Meso-American reef – a perfect opportunity to go diving and snorkeling to see the marine life up close, or why not enjoy the experience on a glass bottom boat ride. For something more relaxing, you can head to the fishing village of Mahahual where beautiful white sand beaches, trendy shopping and traditional Mexican cuisine are awaiting your arrival.

A beach in Costa Maya, Mexico

It's rare to find such stunning natural beauty, glass-clear aquamarine seas, and vast marine life combined with top-flight visitor services and accommodations, and as a result Cozumel's devotees are legion. Divers sharing stories of lionfish and sharks sit table-to-table with families tanned from a day at the beach club, while Mexican couples spin and step to salsa music in the central plaza. There's plenty to explore off the beaten track – deserted, windswept beaches, wild and vibrant natural parks, and 600 miles of coral reef are all yours for the discovering. Just 19 km (12 miles) off the coast, Cozumel is 53 km (33 miles) long and 15 km (9 miles) wide, making it the country's third-largest island.

Day 5At Sea

Miami is the cruise capital of the world, catering to over 5.5 million cruise passengers every year from most major cruise lines, including Royal Caribbean, Carnival, Norwegian, MSC and more. The city is also one of the world’s most popular holiday spots for tourists in North America and beyond. From its superstar beaches, to its rich multi-cultural heritage, from spa days and shops galore, to world famous cuban restaurants and hedonistic nightlife – Miami is a multicultural city that has something to offer to everyone.

Day 7At Sea

San Juan is the vibrant and historic capital of Puerto Rico, and for cruise passengers, one of the busiest ports in the Caribbean. From ancient fortresses to colourful colonial-era buildings, stunning beaches to legendary nightlife, there's so much to explore in this city, which is the gateway to the Southern Caribbean for many cruise lines. The colourful buildings and charming boulevards of Old San Juan are a must visit, with ancient forts, beautiful churches, cathedrals, fountains and statues around every corner. Beach lovers are spoilt for choice with the magnificent Condado Beach just a stones throw away from the city centre and the resort-filled Isla Verde with excellent watersport activities available, superb restaurants and exotic white sand beaches.

San Juan is the vibrant and historic capital of Puerto Rico, and for cruise passengers, one of the busiest ports in the Caribbean. From ancient fortresses to colourful colonial-era buildings, stunning beaches to legendary nightlife, there's so much to explore in this city, which is the gateway to the Southern Caribbean for many cruise lines. The colourful buildings and charming boulevards of Old San Juan are a must visit, with ancient forts, beautiful churches, cathedrals, fountains and statues around every corner. Beach lovers are spoilt for choice with the magnificent Condado Beach just a stones throw away from the city centre and the resort-filled Isla Verde with excellent watersport activities available, superb restaurants and exotic white sand beaches.

Charlotte Amalie is on the island of St Thomas and is the capital of the US Virgin Islands. It's home to one of the most beuaitful harbours in the world and boasts countless picture perfect white sand beaches, in particular Magen's Bay was named one of the world's most beautiful beaches by National Geographic, making it a must-visit. The island is littered with colonial-era buildings and don't miss the chance to visit Blackbeard's Castle, built in 1679, to see the world's largest collection of life-sized pirate statues! Head into the mountains inland to witness a jaw-dropping panoramic of the island on a cable car rising almost 500 metres above sea level. After a busy day of sightseeing, you'll be spoilt for choice for local cuisine –  conch fritters, johnnycakes and coconut patties are all local delicacies, perfectly washed down with some a pint of Blackbeard Ale.

Puerto Plata is the oldest city in the north of the Dominican Republic and is nestled between towering mountains and the vast expanse of the ocean. The booming cruise market has led to major revitalisation works in the downtown area of the city and the lively pier, known as the Malecón. A must-do activity is riding the cable car up Monte Isabel de Torres which offers unrivalled panoramic views 792 metres above sea level, alternatively enjoy a guided tour of Charcos de Damajagua to hike through lush forests and beautiful flora before reaching a range of 27 waterfalls and canyons to slide and jump into the turqoise waters below. For something a little more relaxing, why not head to Sosua Beach to take in the stunning transparent waters.

Day 11At Sea

Miami is the cruise capital of the world, catering to over 5.5 million cruise passengers every year from most major cruise lines, including Royal Caribbean, Carnival, Norwegian, MSC and more. The city is also one of the world’s most popular holiday spots for tourists in North America and beyond. From its superstar beaches, to its rich multi-cultural heritage, from spa days and shops galore, to world famous cuban restaurants and hedonistic nightlife – Miami is a multicultural city that has something to offer to everyone.

The ship MSC Seashore

Coming into service in Spring 2021, the 169,400 GT MSC Seashore will be the first in its kind, further enriching MSC Cruises’ Seaside Class of ships with new cutting edge features.

Capacity
5331
Total crew
1413

Food and drink

Pan Asian Market Kitchen by Roy Yamaguchi

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Asian

Butcher's Cut

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Steakhouse

Teppanyaki Restaurant by Roy Yamaguchi

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Asian

Buffet

Complimentary
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Biscayne Bay Restaurant & Buffet

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Entertainment

There are 20 distinct speciality bars.

Bars & Lounges

Aerea Bar

Champagne Bar

Haven Lounge

Top Sail Lounge

Lounge Bar


Health and fitness

The Aft Pool

MSC Seashore offers a new area at Deck 8. The iconic aft pool area is redisigned to give space to a new... Read more

Inside Pool

A bigger indoor pool area featuring an additional deck over and around the pool. The Larger sun exposition offers an enhanced sea... Read more

MSC Aurea Spa

Offering a wide selection of Balinese massages and other wellness and beauty treatments to revitalise body and soul, the lavish MSC Aurea... Read more

Kids and teens

Enrichment

Useful info

Protecting Marine Life with Ballast Water Treatment Systems

To protect the marine ecosystem in which the ship sails, our ships are fitted with a ballast water treatment system that complies... Read more

Disabled Facilities

Guests with special needs should inform MSC Cruises of their needs, ideally, at the time of booking, or at the very latest,... Read more

Pregnancy

The medical facilities and equipment onboard may not be adequate enough to deal with a birth or any pregnancy complications. Therefore, for... Read more

Dietary Requirements

Any guests with food intolerances and/or allergies are asked to inform MSC Cruises of their requirements through the Special Needs form (available... Read more

Dress Code

Casual wear is advised is advised for life onboard and shore excursions. For informal evenings, summery dresses for women and a lightweight... Read more

Improving Air Quality from Ship Emissions

MSC Cruises is making significant investments into improving air quality. As part of a broader approach to limit sulphur and other emissions... Read more

Energy Saving Technology Onboard

Voyage planning software

An optimised itinerary means a reduced consumption of energy. We plan our itineraries efficiently and use specialised software to optimise... Read more

Energy Efficiency and Advanced Ship Design

From the first line we draw on paper when we design a new ship, to the final light bulb we install, energy... Read more

Water Preservation

Fresh water is a finite resource. Our philosophy is to use it sparingly and efficiently. To this end, we take as many... Read more

From Wastewater to High Quality Water Discharges

No black wastewater from our shipboard operations leaves our ships without proper treatment and any discharges from our fleet undergo a comprehensive∘... Read more

State-of-the-Art Solid Waste Management

Throughout the years, we have taken voluntary steps to equip our ships with state-of-the-art solid waste management and recycling facilities on board.... Read more

Eliminating Single-use Plastics

Under our Plastics Reduction Programme, MSC Cruises is in the final phase of effectively eliminating an extensive∘ number of plastic items from... Read more

Exploring New Technologies and Solutions

Our environmental efforts are an ongoing journey. We will keep exploring and developing new solutions for our future – and existing –... Read more

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