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Latest great deals from MSC Cruises

Fancy cruising the ocean seas with the sun on your face, and your worries banished to the watery wake of an impressive, luxury liner? Then look no further than these latest cruise deals available from MSC Cruises

Bank Holiday bonanza: Don’t spend the Spring Bank Holiday weekend labouring in the garden or stuck with some DIY. Instead, head off on a special two-night sailing aboard MSC Opera. The round-trip sailing from Southampton to St Peter’s Port gives guests a full day to explore Guernsey’s picturesque capital – acclaimed as one of the prettiest harbour towns in Europe. Prices start at just £179 per person. The weather in April in Guernsey is usually pleasant, click here for a 7-day forecast.

United Arab Emirates: Look your best in time for Christmas by soaking up some guaranteed sun on a seven-night cruise of the UAE. Departing December 13 from Dubai, MSC Orchestra calls at Abu Dhabi; Khor al Fakkan, Sharjah; Muscat, Oman; Khasab, and back to Dubai. Prices for a balcony cabin start at £1,059 per person, including return flights with British Airways from London and a FREE UPGRADE to the ‘Fantastica’ experience (i.e. priority dining, free room service and breakfast in cabin). Check weather forecasts for these notoriously hot and sunny destinations, here.

Grand adventure: Fancy yourself as a bit of an explorer? Seeking out adventure has never been easier than with MSC Opera’s 21-night sailing from Southampton to Cape Town. Departing the UK on October 7, the cruise takes in Ijmuiden (Amsterdam), The Netherlands; Le Havre, France; Bilbao, Spain; Lisbon, Portugal; Funchal, Madeira; Mindelo, Cape Verde; Walvis Bay, Namibia; and Cape Town, South Africa. Prices for a balcony cabin, and including a one-way flight from Cape Town back to the UK, start at £1,435 per person – the equivalent of just £68 per day. To see what the weather is like in Cape Town in October, click here.

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