Attention soccer fans want to attend the 2014 World Cup in Brazil and kick-back while getting there? You can score both aboard the Divina, the newest member of the upscale MSC fleet. The 18-day Grand Voyage from Miami to Rio de Janeiro on May 24, 2013 stops at Charlotte Amalie (St. Thomas), Bridgetown (Barbados), St. George (Grenada), Port of Spain (Trinidad and Tobago) along with Fortaleza, Salvador de Bahia, Ilheus and Rio de Janeiro (Brazil). Fares start at $1.019 a person.
During your voyage you’ll be treated to lots of diversion from cultural offering to entertainment. We’re talking everything from salsa to Rock ‘n Roll, fly-on artists and cooking demos and more.
Port stop offerings include a pirate schooner adventure in St. Thomas that takes you into deep dungeons, treasure chests and pirate stockades. You’ll see tropical fish while snorkleling in crystal clear waters of Barbados, sea turtles in Grenada and historical sites of Salvador. From there it’s off to Iheus, famous for its cocoa and rainforest reserves.
The piece de resistance of course is Rio de Janeiro with its famous cable cars, views of magnificent Sugar Loaf, miles of beaches and plenty of shopping, art and restaurants.
MSC Cruises is a privately-held, family-owned, Italian cruise line with a fleet of 12 ships: MSC Armonia, MSC Divina, MSC Fantasia, MSC Lirica, MSC Magnifica, MSC Musica, MSC Orchestra, MSC Opera, MSC Poesia, MSC Preziosa, MSC Sinfonia and MSC Splendida. The fleet cruises year-round in the Mediterranean and seasonally in the Caribbean, Northern Europe, the Atlantic Ocean, the French Antilles, South America, South and West Africa and The United Arab Emirates. Starting November, MSC Divina will begin sailing the Caribbean year-round from PortMiami.
For more information, visit www.msccruisesusa.com or call 877-665-4655. To learn more about the World Cup and tickets view the attached video.