Book more, earn more with MSC’s new groups promotion
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Book more, earn more with MSC’s new groups promotion

TORONTO — Canadian travel advisors can now earn more when booking groups with MSC Cruises.

The cruise line has launched a new group booking promotion for the summer season that include discounted cruise fares, free berths, bonus amenity points and more.

“As the Canadian cruise recovery picks up steam and our trade partners are now planning their customers’ new groups for this upcoming winter and next summer, this is the perfect time to reaffirm our support for our Canadian trade partners by introducing a new groups promotion,” said Ian Patterson, Country Manager, MSC Cruises Canada.

“With additional consumer savings and trade incentives, this promotion is sure to resonate with both guests and travel agents alike,” he added. “Proving we are the true global cruise line, guests can choose from our more popular sailings in the Caribbean, Mediterranean, Emirates and even next summer’s sailings from New York City. The selection of itineraries and ships is vast and includes MSC World Europa.”

New groups of eight or more cabins booked between June 23, 2022 and Aug. 31, 2022, for sailing departing Nov. 1, 2022 through Nov. 30, 2023, will be eligible for the following:

  • Discounted cruise fare: First and second guests in each cabin will receive discounts based on cruise length ($40 per person for 2-6 nights, $60 per person for 7-11 nights, $130 per person on 12 or more nights)
  • Bonus amenity points: Travel advisors can use amenity points to sweeten the deal for clients with enhancements like stateroom gifts, cocktail parties, Wi-Fi and onboard credits. Points can also go toward items for agents themselves like bonus commissions, accelerated tour conductor berths or marketing funds.
  • Waived deposits: No deposit will be required for up to 16 cabins.
  • Tour conductor credits: Two free tour conductor berths per 16 berths booked.

Qualifying itineraries for summer 2022 include:

  • MSC Seashore – Miami: Alternating seven-night eastern and western Caribbean itineraries. Destinations include Nassau (The Bahamas), Puerto Plata (Dominican Republic), Ocho Rios (Jamaica), George Town (Cayman Islands), San Juan (Puerto Rico), and Cozumel (Mexico), with each cruise calling at Ocean Cay MSC Marine Reserve, MSC Cruises’ island in The Bahamas.
  • MSC Divina – Port Canaveral/Orlando: Caribbean cruises from three to seven nights with destinations including Costa Maya (Mexico), Cozumel, Nassau and Ocean Cay MSC Marine Reserve.

Click here for details on worldwide summer 2022 itineraries.


Qualifying itineraries for winter 2022/2023 include:

  • MSC Seascape – Miami: Commencing her inaugural season on December 11, 2022, with alternating seven-night eastern and western Caribbean itineraries. Destinations include Ocean Cay MSC Marine Reserve, Nassau, San Juan, Puerto Plata, Cozumel, George Town and Ocho Rios.
  • MSC Meraviglia – Port Canaveral/Orlando: Caribbean cruises from three to seven nights with destinations including Ocean Cay MSC Marine Reserve, Nassau, Costa Maya, Cozumel, and Belize City (Belize).
  • MSC Divina – Miami: A range of exciting three to 10-night itineraries with destinations including Ocean Cay MSC Marine Reserve, Belize City, Isla de Roatan (Honduras), Costa Maya, Ocho Rios, Cartagena (Colombia), Colon (Panama), and Puerto Limon (Costa Rica).

Click here for details on worldwide winter 2022-2023 itineraries.


Qualifying itineraries for summer 2023 include:

  • MSC Meraviglia – Brooklyn (New York City): Sailing from New York to The Bahamas and Florida with a wide variety of itineraries ranging from six to 11 nights. Destinations include Miami, Nassau and Ocean Cay MSC Marine Reserve.
  • MSC Seascape – Miami: Alternating seven-night eastern and western Caribbean itineraries. Destinations include Ocean Cay MSC Marine Reserve, Nassau, San Juan, Puerto Plata, Cozumel, George Town and Ocho Rios.
  • MSC Seaside – Port Canaveral/Orlando: Caribbean cruises from three to seven nights with destinations including Ocean Cay MSC Marine Reserve, Costa Maya, Cozumel and Belize City.
  • MSC Magnifica – Miami: Sailing new short 3- and 4-night cruises to Key West (Florida), Nassau and Ocean Cay MSC Marine Reserve.

Click here for details on worldwide summer 2023 itineraries.


Western Mediterranean highlights for summer 2022 include:

  • MSC Meraviglia will homeport in Barcelona, offering the perfect itinerary for any sun-seeker: Cannes (France), Genoa, La Spezia and Civitavecchia (Italy), plus Palma de Mallorca (Spain).
  • MSC Opera will homeport from Genoa and visit Palermo. Other destinations include calls at Marseille (France), Barcelona (Spain), and the newly reinstated embarkation ports of La Goulette (Tunisia) and Naples (Italy).
  • MSC Splendida will offer cruises from Genoa (Italy) to Marseille (France), one of Sicily’s most sought-after destinations, Siracusa, the awe-aspiring beaches of Taranto, and Civitavecchia (Italy).
  • MSC Seaview will offer the best of the Western Mediterranean. From Genoa (Italy), she will visit the historical ports of Naples and Messina (Italy), Valletta (Malta), Barcelona (Spain) and Marseille (France).
  • MSC Seaside departing from Genoa, will offer itineraries to Civitavecchia and Palermo (Italy), Ibiza and Valencia (Spain), and Marseille (France).
  • MSC Orchestra will perform cruises of 4-5 nights during the spring and in June, the ship will begin new 10-night cruises from Genoa (Italy) to Marseille/Provence (France), Malaga, Cadiz/Seville, Lisbon (Portugal), Alicante/Costa Blanca and Mahon/Menorca (Spain), and Olbia (Italy).

Eastern Mediterranean highlights for summer 2022 include:

  • MSC Sinfonia and MSC Armoniawill both homeport from the heart of the Mediterranean, the Italian port of Venice via Marghera. Other exciting ports on MSC Sinfonia’s itinerary include Kotor (Montenegro), the Greek islands of Mykonos and Santorini (Greece), and Bari (Italy).
  • MSC Armoniahas calls Brindisi (Italy), Mykonos and the Greek mainland destination of Athens via the port at Piraeus, as well as Split and Zadar (Croatia).
  • MSC Liricawill depart from Piraeus/Athens (Greece) and call at Kusadasi (Turkey), Haifa (Israel), the islands of Limassol (Cyprus), plus Rhodes and Santorini (Greece) and an 11-night add-in itinerary.