Book a Mediterranean sailing and get a Free 7-Night Caribbean Cruise

Photo Credit: MSC Cruises.

Photo Credit: MSC Cruises.

This is the new deal from MSC Cruises. They are offering inclusive air/land/sea vacation package deals for guests looking to sail on MSC Divina, while the ship is in the Mediterranean from May 16 through Sept. 19, 2015.

The package is like a one-stop shop. Starting at $1,899, the 10-night package includes roundtrip airfare to Rome or Barcelona, a seven-night cruise, a two-night post-cruise stay in a four-star hotel, and all transfers needed — including from the airport to the ship, from the ship to the hotel and from the hotel back to the airport.

The cities where you can leave to Europe are Miami, New York, or Chicago, and you can choose Civitavecchia (Rome) or Barcelona as embarkation port. Guests will be greeted by MSC Cruises personnel upon arrival at the airport of their port destination as well as at the hotel.

These itineraries including late night stays in La Spezia, enabling guests to visit nearby cities of Pisa, Florence, Portofino and the stunning Cinque Terre region, late night stays in Palma de Mallorca and call in Naples, with time to visit Pompeii, Capri, Sorrento, and the Amalfi Coast.

You can get a Free Caribbean Cruise

Guests who book the air/land/sea package before Oct. 31 will receive a free, transferable 7-night cruise on the MSC Divina in the Caribbean for select sailings between now and the end of the year. Take a note: It’s transferable which means that you can give as a gift to friends or family members. The  7-night Caribbean Cruise in a balcony stateroom can be taken on select dates between now and the end of November (date options for sailing are October 18, November 1, November 22, November 29).

Although is a free cruise, travelers must pay for all incidentals outside of the base cruise fare, including government fees and taxes, fuel surcharges, and service charges. In addition, a $500 non-refundable deposit is required for guests booking the air/sea/land package before Oct. 31 in order to receive the 7-night Caribbean sailing.

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Crucero gratis por el Caribe en MSC Divina si compras paquete para Europa

MSC Divina/Gregorio Mayí

MSC Divina/Gregorio Mayí

La empresa MSC Cruises vuelve a la carga con sus ofertas irresistibles. Esta vez te ofrecen un crucero gratis de siete noches por el Caribe para navegar en el MSC Divina, si reservas antes del 31 de octubre una travesía por Europa en el mismo barco, para el 2015.

Como dato importante, ese crucero de siete noches es transferible, es decir que lo puedes regalar a un miembro de tu familia que quiera viajar desde este mes de octubre hasta diciembre, en salidas específicas. Los viajeros tienen que pagar impuestos y todos los cargos gubernamentales que apliquen.

La oferta de Europa es para pasajeros que compren el paquete todo incluido (aéreo, tierra y mar) y las fechas de viaje en ese continente va desde el 16 de mayo hasta el 19 de septiembre. Para acogerse a la oferta se requiere depósito de $500 no reembolsables.

Precios empiezan en $1,899, por un paquete de noches, que incluye boleto aéreo ida y vuelta a Roma o Barcelona, travesía de siete noches, dos noches post crucero en un hotel de cuatro estrella y todos los transfers terrestres necesarios, incluyendo del aeropuerto al barco y al hotel.

Las ciudades de Estados Unidos desde donde puedes salir a Europa son Miami, New York o Chicago, y de embarque del Divina en Civitavecchia (Roma) o Barcelona. Esas travesías tendrán horario extendido en puertos como Palma de Mallorca, La Spezia, (para visitar ciudades cercanas como Pisa, Florencia, Portofino y Cinque Terre, y visitas a Nápoles, que es el puerto de entrada a Capri, Sorrento y la Costa Amalfi.

Recuerda estas ofertas son directamente de la línea de cruceros, no de Todosobrecruceros.com, pero puedes reservarla o con la empresa en su website o tu agente de viajes. Otro dato, recuerda que puede ser solo disponible para residentes de ciertas regiones y verifica las restricciones adicionales antes de comprar.

Cruceros desde $299 en MSC Divina

MSC Divina. Foto Gregorio Mayi.

MSC Divina. Foto Gregorio Mayi.

Si un crucero era lo que estabas buscando para despejarte en cuerpo y alma, y de paso querías que fuera económico, mira la oferta de los MSC Cruises.

Saliendo y regresando a Miami, Florida, puedes tener un viaje de siete días en el MSC Divina, por el Caribe. La ruta depende de la fecha seleccionada. En unas visitas San Maarten, San Juan (Puerto Rico) y la isla privada en las Bahamas, Great Stirrup Cay y en otra Jamaica, Gran Caimán Cozumel y la isla de Bahamas.

La “48 Hour Caribbean Blow-Out Sale” dura solo dos días, 9 y 10 de septiembre para viajar hasta el 13 de diciembre de 2014 y está basada en pasajeros que viajen en cabinas dobles. Los precios empiezan en $299 por persona y pueden variar dependiendo de la fecha y cabina seleccionada.
La empresa dijo además que dará un “upgrade” a cabina con balcón y un crédito de $100 ($50 por persona en cabina doble) para viajes futuros.

Verifica las restricciones/limitaciones y si te aplica la oferta con la línea de cruceros o tu agente de viajes.

Quantum of the Seas, the first smart ship of the world

Brazalete que sustituye el SeaCards en el Quantum of the Seas. Foto: Royal Caribbean

New RFID WOWband Quantum of the Seas/Royal Caribbean

The Royal Caribbean International’s newest ship, Quantum of the Seas, incorporates unprecedented levels of technology that will change the cruise industry.

“Cruise vacations have a romantic past – but they also have a lively, adventurous, state-of-the-art future,” said Richard D. Fain, chairman and CEO, Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd.  “We were determined to take the best advances in modern technology, turn them into shipboard WOWs, and take the frustration out of the vacation.  This ship’s combination of ease and flexibility would make a yoga instructor proud.”

Here you have some industry first that will make this ship, “the first smart ship of the world”

Smart Check-In and you will be able to track your luggage

A Quantum vacation begins at home, where guests can generate boarding documents online, upload their own ID photo, and receive digital boarding confirmation.  By the time they arrive at the cruise terminal for departure, Royal Caribbean guests can go from “sidewalk to ship” in 10 minutes with no check-in counter, no forms to fill out and no lines to stand in.

Guests will be able to track luggage in real time on their smartphones.  Luggage will be tagged curbside with RFID technology at drop-off, and guests can monitor their bags’ progress through key points en route to the stateroom.  On departure, the process is reversed.

Smart Concierge: Flexibility at your fingertips

The ship will offer new RFID WOWband wristbands, which require only a simple tap to quickly navigate the ship, make onboard purchases, serve as the room key and more.  There will be two new apps that put guests in charge of their cruise choices: Cruise Planner, which allows guests to research and book dining reservations, shore excursions, spa appointments and more before their vacation begins; and Royal iQ, available as a downloadable app and provided at freestanding iQ stations around the ship.  Royal iQ allows guests to manage details during the cruise, includes a convenient calendar that provides at-a-glance views of their program, and keep in touch with one another and home via phone and text capabilities.

Smart Connect: Downloads at the speed of modern life

Quantum of the Seas will operate with unprecedented bandwidth using satellites launched by tech partner O3b Networks.  With speeds that match fast broadband connections onshore, guests can be online 24/7, no matter what personal device they bring onboard.  Guests can watch streaming video, check email, share images on social media and enjoy face-to-face video conversations.

In addition, Quantum’s connectivity makes it possible for one of the SeaPods in SeaPlex to become a live global video gaming suite where guests can enjoy Xbox Live and compete with other gamers worldwide.

Quantum of the Seas, Bar Bionico. Foto: Royal Caribbean

Quantum of the Seas, Bionic Bar/Royal Caribbean

Smart Experiences: Shaking martinis and spinning screens

Technology also powers surprise-and-delight elements on Quantum of the Seas.  A brand new venue, Bionic Bar, is set to make waves with robots at center stage.  Guests place orders via tablets and then have fun watching robotic bartenders hard at work mixing cocktails.

Robots drive another entertaining feature on Quantum of the Seas.  Two70 is home to a playful and agile troupe of six Roboscreens that stage surprise performances during every cruise, creating scenes while soaring and twisting solo, or uniting as one.  Guests will also experience Vistarama, floor-to-ceiling glass walls that transform into an expansive ambient surface that projects any scene, real or imagined, including the multidimensional performance spectacle, Starwater.

Guest staterooms are equipped with device-charging USB outlets, as well as energy efficient and environmentally friendly lighting systems. Interior accommodations are outfitted with Virtual Balconies that display real-time sights and sounds of the sea through 80-inch LED screens, ensuring every stateroom has a view.

Smart Service: Crew can connect better with guests and with home

The technology benefits of Quantum of the Seas extend to the ship’s crew.  Custom apps will allow crew members to keep better track of guests’ tastes and preferences, allowing staff to tailor their already remarkably personalized service to an even higher degree.  And the ship’s remarkable capabilities give the company an opportunity to make life better for crew members too, since Royal Caribbean will present every crew member on Quantum of the Seas with a free, personal Microsoft Windows tablet, with a suite of services and apps that is theirs to keep.

And as technology upgrades are made across the company’s fleet, every shipboard employee in the entire Royal Caribbean International fleet will also receive their own tablet, a total of 40,000 tablets.

Smart Sustainability: Cleaner and greener

Sophisticated computer modeling was used to reduce the vessel’s energy consumption with efficient hull configuration, engine design and energy saving devices.  The ship has eliminated the use of incandescent bulbs; all lighting will be provided by low-energy LED or fluorescents and motion sensors even dim hallway lighting when no one is present.

The Quantum Class spans 18 decks, encompasses 167,800 gross registered tons, carries 4,180 guests at double occupancy and features 2,090 staterooms. Quantum of the Seas will sail out of New York Harbor from her homeport of Cape Liberty for her inaugural season before departing to her new homeport of Shanghai (Baoshan), China. Anthem of the Seas will debut in Southampton, U.K. in April 2015 sailing Mediterranean itineraries.

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