One-Week-Only: VIP Autograph Session with Baseball's Greatest Players and Shipboard Credit
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SOURCE MSC Cruises, USA
Limited Offer - Book by Wednesday, March 13, 2013 and get $50 Shipboard Credit
FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla., March 6, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- For one-week only, MSC Cruises offers a special "Deals to Sea," featuring a complimentary VIP autograph session with some of baseball's greatest players and a shipboard credit of $50 per balcony stateroom on MSC Poesia's "Colors of the Caribbean" sailing, departing April 6, 2013.
MSC Cruises baseball-themed sailings have been some of the most popular offerings on the line's Caribbean cruises for several years. "Baseball Greats" Caribbean cruises offer complimentary guest/player activities, including a player-hosted trivia game, a question-and-answer session, a guest pitching contest, and a lively story-telling session. And the highlight, a complimentary autograph session with the players. Guests booking during this one-week "Deals to Sea" promotion will be invited to a private VIP autograph session.
During this session, they will rub elbows with Randy Hundley (Cubs All-Star Gold Glove catcher), Jack Billingham (All-Star pitcher with Cincinnati), Ellis Valentine (All-Star, Gold Glove outfielder who played with Expos, Mets, Rangers, and Angels), and Stan Bahnsen (American League Rookie-of-the-Year for NY Yankees).
The Colors of the Caribbeanitinerarysails roundtrip from Fort Lauderdale, FL visiting, St. John's, Antigua; San Juan, Puerto Rico; Freeport, Bahamas and features three days at sea.
Fares start from $399 per person for an interior stateroom, $649 for an oceanview stateroom and $679 for a balcony stateroom. Guests choosing a balcony stateroom (category 6 or higher) will also enjoy a shipboard credit of $50 per stateroom.
All rates are per person, double occupancy; government fees and taxes of $72.41 are additional for each sailing guest.
To take advantage of this limited time offer, contact your preferred travel advisor or MSC Cruises at 1.877.665.4655 and ask for the special "Deals to Sea" promotion. For those interested in booking online, visit www.msccruisesusa.com, pick a sailing date, and select "Deals to Sea"from the"choose your promotion" drop-down menu.
For more information about MSC Cruises, visit us online at www.msccruisesusa.com, call 1-877-655-4655, or contact your local travel professional.
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