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MSC 2 Day / 1 Night Mediterranean Cruises from $69 Pp (Interior Stateroom, $0 Port Taxes) - Many Dates from Sep 2016

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MSC Cruises are offering a number of 2 day / 1 night and 3 day / 2 night Mediterranean re-positioning cruises at ridiculously cheap prices for an interior stateroom, and NO Port taxes (which can often add up to hundreds of dollars, even for short cruises). Note also that children under the age of 13 years travelling with their parents in the same cabin cruise free of charge.

The 2 day cruises start from $69pp, and 3 day cruises from $119pp. If you want to upgrade to a better stateroom, you can do so for a very reasonable $20 (partial obstructed ocean view) or $40 (balcony stateroom).

The cruise prices I've quoted are inclusive of the basic 'Bella' Experience, which includes a 20 hour a day buffet, some sport and recreation activities and evening turn down service. You can access the full list of included benefits here: http://www.msccruisesau.com.au/terms/benefits_grid_v1.pdf

If you're planning to travel to Europe in the next year and you fancy a sampler cruise, or if you want a cheap and stylish transport option, these cruises are definitely worth considering (I cruised with them late last year and it was a great experience).

There is plenty of availability for 2 day / 1 night cruises from $69 pp from now into 2017:
Genoa to Barcelona (2 days / 1 night) - 28 Sep - MSC Opera: https://www.msccruises.com.au/en-au/Plan-Book/Book.aspx?crui...

And below is an example of a 3 day / 2 night cruise from $119 pp:
Valencia to Marseille and Genoa (3 days / 2 nights) - 11 Nov - MSC Preziosa: https://www.msccruises.com.au/en-au/Plan-Book/Book.aspx?crui...

Note that you'll need to click on the 'go to cabin type' button for each of the links I've pasted above to see the price, as I am unable to link directly to a page with the price. The best way to find the cheap cruises is to go to the main MSC page, input your preferred departure dates and then sort from low to high price.

What is it like to travel with MSC?
MSC is an Italian owned cruise company that is one of the most rapidly expanding cruiseliners in the world. I cruised with them around the western mediterranean late last year on the flagship MSC Preziosa (a very new, stylish liner that was originally commissioned by Gaddafi's son!). It was great value, and worth noting that children travel free (so it's quite a family focussed cruiseliner, though we met lots of couples). The food was great (it's more geared around Italian cooking than the American liners, which is to my preference), and the clientele was mainly European. While we had to pay for all our alcohol (as you cannot bring any on board, similar to many other cruise companies), the prices were really reasonable (e.g. €20 [$30 AUD] for a nice bottle of Italian wine). All up, we ended up paying around $300 for drinks / laundry and other charges for a 7 night cruise.

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