The Coronavirus – Covid-19 outbreak has resulted in Worldwide travel cancellations. I’m guessing one of the hardest hit is the cruise industry. So how good does a cruise deal have to be before you book?

Take this example of what is likely a re-positioning cruise – where cruise companies move their ships from the Americas to Europe for the Summer. Re-positioning cruises are often less than a regular cruise.

Itinerary

  • Saturday 11th April: Fly London Heathrow to Miami and stay one night in the Crowne Plaza Miami Airport.
  • Sunday 12th April: Board the MSC Meraviglia and check-in to an upgraded Balcony cabin.
  • Wednesday 15th April: Arrive New York City.
  • Friday 17th April: Arrive King’s Wharf, Bermuda.
  • Wednesday 22nd April Arrive Ponta Delgada, Azores and stay overnight.
  • Saturday 25th April: Arrive Lisbon ,Portugal.
  • Sunday 26th April: Arrive Vigo, Spain (He is Vigo! You are like the buzzing of flies to him!).
  • Tuesday 28th April: Arrive Southampton, England.

All date gaps are when the ship is at Sea.

Includes all meals and gratuities!

Cabin

The Deal

This includes flights, hotel and 16 nights in a balcony cabin on board the MSC Meraviglia with all meals and gratuities.

£699 per person

Is that deal good enough to make you book a cruise? If so: https://www.cruisenation.com/special-offers/miami-to-southampton-voyage

Note I don’t receive any commission for the above link.