MSC Mexico Cruise

A MSC Mexico Cruise is often combined with visits to destinations in Jamaica, Colombia, Panama, Costa Rica, and Honduras. Besides traveling to the popular Mexican city of Cozumel, a MSC Cruise to Mexico frequents such ports of call as Montego Bay, Cartagena, Cristobal, Puerto Limon and the Roatan Islands. With a departure port from Fort Lauderdale, Florida, a New Year MSC Mexico Cruise often involves an 11-day travel itinerary which is noted for fostering top shore excursions and much adventure. Sailing on the MSC Lirica vessel, a MSC Cruise to Mexico is further enhanced by a wonderful onboard experience characterized by exquisite dining options, excellent entertainment facilities and gracious service accommodations.

Ring in the New Year and all your resolutions on a MSC Mexico Cruise, which sets sail a couple of days after Christmas. Can you envision anything more picture perfect than cruising to these Caribbean destinations of sun and fun during an ultimate family vacation or group outing while escaping the bleary winter back home? Offering a thrill a minute, MSC Cruises to Mexico will surely leave you with lasting memories of a holiday that is unique from all the rest.

MSC Mexico Cruise – 11-Night New Year MSC Cruise to Mexico

An 11-night MSC Mexico Cruise sets sail on the MSC Lirica from Fort Lauderdale and then spends a day at sea before visiting Montego Bay, Jamaica. Besides offering duty-free shopping, Montego Bay is renowned for its low mountains and rolling hills that are perfect for hiking excursions. While in Montego Bay, travel on over to nearby Kingston and visit the Blue Foot Mountains, where some of the best coffee beans in the world can be found.

After a wonderful time in Montego Bay, this MSC Cruise to Mexico spends a day at sea before visiting Cartagena, Colombia, Cristobal, Panama and Puerto Limon, Costa Rica. While in Cartagena, travel some 30 miles southeast to the Islas de Rosario, or as they're called in English, the Rosario Islands. This nationally protected park features an aquarium with trained dolphins and a variety of sharks and other fish. The capital of Costa Rica, Puerto Limon is famous for its yearly fall festival in which local merchants sell necklaces and a variety of other goods while visitors participate in games and rides.

After another day at sea, this MSC Mexico Cruise visits the Roatan Islands in Honduras before reaching one of the most popular Mexican destinations in Cozumel. The largest of the bay islands in Honduras, Roatan is located near the largest barrier reef in the Caribbean Sea. Guests on a MSC Mexico Cruise utilize these wonderful waters near the Roatan Islands for excellent scuba diving and snorkeling activities.

Located off the east coast of the Yucatan Peninsula, Cozumel is renowned for excellent scuba diving. The largest island in Mexico, Cozumel is located some 36 miles of popular Cancun. Explore what's left of ancient Mayan ruins or just take advantage of the wonderful coral reef in Cozumel during your MSC Cruise to Mexico. Saunter on over to the main town of San Miguel and be amazed by the incredible International Pier.

After venturing into Cozumel, this MSC Cruise to Mexico spends a day at sea before returning to Fort Lauderdale. This New Year MSC Mexico Cruise is scheduled to set sail a couple of days after Christmas.

MSC Mexico Cruise – MSC Lirica Ship

An MSC Cruise to Mexico involves life onboard the MSC Lirica ship. The MSC Lirica houses accommodations for some 1500 passengers. Fashioned in the fine tradition of a five-star Italian hotel, the MSC Lirica is serviced by an Italian staff of 700 people. With the ability to cruise at a speed of 21 knots, the MSC Lirica will take you to Cozumel and other destinations on your MSC Cruise to Mexico in no time.

MSC Mexico Cruise – MSC Lirica Accommodations

The MSC Lirica contains over 130 suites with balconies while providing some 750 cabins. A MSC Lirica suite with a balcony includes a convertible queen size bed, bath with tub, a common space with sofa bed, guest seat, coffee table and desk. A MSC Lirica oceanview double is furnished with a convertible queen size bed and a bathroom with a shower. An inside stateroom is furnished with two lower convertible queen size beds and a bath with a shower. All cabins include air conditioning, satellite television, a room safe, mini bar, radio and 24-hour room service. One thing is certain during a MSC Cruise to Mexico on the Lirica ship: guests will truly be afforded comfort and privacy in their staterooms.

MSC Mexico Cruise – MSC Lirica Amenities, Entertainment and Dining

The MSC Lirica provides a myriad of activities for its guests during a MSC Cruise to Mexico. Hit the links at the onboard golf course or maintain your rigorous exercise routine in the gymnasium and around the jogging track. Enjoy a brisk swim in one of the two adult swimming pools or just relax in one of the two whirlpools. Take the kids to the virtual reality center and be prepared to visit another world. Enjoy a cup of coffee while you keep up with world happenings and your email at the internet café Dance the night away with your significant other at a disco or test lady luck at the casino. After indulging in a wonderful cuisine of food at one of the two Lirica restaurants, sit back and enjoy some world-class, Broadway shows at the theater. And don't forget the various shopping galleries aboard the ship.

In other words, whatever you want to do, the MSC Lirica will let it happen during a MSC Mexico Cruise.

MSC Mexico Cruise – Discounts on a MSC Cruise to Mexico

For the latest information and news on updated discounts, deals and specials for a trip to Mexico with the MSC cruise line or other cruise lines, be sure to frequently visit www.CruiseNetwork.com. Book online or call 888-267-1232 to speak with an experienced Cruise Specialist, who is waiting to answer any of your cruising questions.

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