Carnival Cruises 2012 Caribbean

MSC Cruises emphasizes his screenplays for the Caribbean

27/12/2012 Cruise to Great Stirrup Cay - Bahamas - Caribbean - MSC Cruises When you think of beach, one of the first images that occupy the collective imagination is branquinhas sands lapped by crystal clear waters and coconut trees adorn and towns that offer luxury through simplicity and odd quirk. Betting on that and beyond, MSC Cruises emphasizes his screenplays visiting major cities and islands in the Caribbean, in order to provide guests with memorable vacation in some of the most popular routes in the world.

For this season, the company has brought to the region the MSC Poesia, which combines luxurious facilities and infrastructure, coupled with high technology. The liner of 16 decks, has three pools, four Jacuzzis, a solarium, and a large area dedicated to the care of the body and mind, the MSC Aurea SPA. Guests will also find a gym, shuffleboard, miniature golf, sports field, casino, theater, salon, bars, restaurants, including the Kaito Sushi, dedicated to oriental cuisine.

With 92, 627 tons, the MSC Poesia offers 1, 235 staterooms, 80% external and external balconies. And for those who are planning to meet or revisit the Caribbean, the company offers special conditions, such as script Carnival (seven nights) departing from Fort Lauderdale (USA), on February 9, 2013, for USD 349 plus tax per person in a double cabin. In it, guests can meet the charming and idyllic town of San Juan (PUR); beyond the Bahamian capital, Nassau, which enchants everyone with its rich history and its turquoise waters and, furthermore, Philipsburg (St. Maarten ), a city that combines the urban bustle to the beautiful beaches that surround the entire region, including the one that borders the airport runway venue, one of the many curiosities of this city.

Still aboard the MSC Poesia, you can choose the screenplays for seven nights departing on March 9, 2013 or on April 6, 2013, Fort Lauderdale (USA), from USD 349 plus tax, per person double occupancy.

As for the season 2013/2014, MSC Cruises promises to impress the audience with one of its highest expressions of luxury and comfort for travel on the high seas: the MSC Divina. Opened in May 2012, is the largest ocean liner ever built by a European company and highlights the authentic Italian style coupled with the wealth of detail in a complete infrastructure, which bears the signature of the renowned Italian design firm De Jorio. With 333.3 meters long, highlights five pools, one being the Infinty Pool (infinity), 12 whirlpools, 25 elevators; casino; ample theater for more than 1600 people, five restaurants, including one specializing in cooking and a Mexican cantina, bars and lounges, spa, sports court, fitness center, disco, Formula 1 simulator, 4D cinema, bowling and in the main lobby, a staircase with steps covered in Swarovski crystals.

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