The Easter holidays are coming up, and if you're searching for a budget-friendly family getaway, take a look at this offer from MSC Cruises, the only cruise line in which kids sail free year-round.
MSC Cruises is offering special rates and a full week of Easter fun for kids and parents alike. Departing Miami on April 19, the MSC Divina (a cruise ship so glamorous it claims Sophia Loren as its godmother) will set sail on a seven-night cruise stopping in at Phillipsburg, St. Maarten; Road Town, Tortola; and Great Stirrup Cay, Bahamas. Prices start at $299 per person for an interior stateroom (or $449 for an ocean view stateroom).
To accommodate kids, the cruise line has created Easter-themed activities, including talent shows, costume parades, pool games, line dancing, special productions with MSC dancers and artists, arts and crafts, Easter chef classes and, of course, plenty of opportunities to guzzle chocolate Easter eggs. Guests can also enjoy special Easter menus in the ship's main restaurants, and an Easter Gala dinner on April 20th and Easter lunch on the 21st – fans of Eataly will also be pleased to hear that MSC Divina have partnered with the Italian food market to create two Italian restaurants on board.
Not into the idea of an Easter cruise? No worries: you can choose a different sailing at the same great price. Departing April 12 from Miami, you can sail to Falmouth, Jamaica; Georgetown, Cayman Islands; Cozumel, Mexico, and the private island of Great Stirrup Cay, Bahamas. Seven nights start at $299.00 for an interior stateroom.