As the holiday is coming, a right timing comes from MSC Cruise Ships to serve families who are planning a great getaway this year. MSC offers new destinations and new ships. Cruising is still the best option for families going together for the holidays. This is an excellent opportunity for families to be among the first to cruise with these new four ships and the first to experience Ocean Cay MSC Marine Reserve.
Guests will enjoy the designed menu by Martha Stewart for occasions that will fall to the time of the cruise, such as Thanksgiving, Hanukkah, Christmas, and New Year's Eve.
Be introduced to the newest MSC Cruise MSC Meraviglia. It arrived in North America this October, then scheduled November 10 to reach Miami. From there, the ship will join the cruise from Miami to the Caribbean with MSC Seaside. The second cruise is MSC Divina expected to return to Miami in November; and MSC Armonia, sail for 7 nights from Miami.
Ocean Cay MSC Marine Reserve will have its official opening on November 9. Be the first to experience this lovely island. Beaches are the main attraction the island could offer. White sandy beaches and crystal blue waters are the characteristics the island boasts. Be ready for the lively activities in the island. Outdoor, you can join kayaking, stand up paddleboarding, and snorkeling. Indoor, you can enjoy a spa treatment and shopping. The night is inviting with its events such as lighthouse light shows, Junkanoo parades, and beachside stargazing.
The four holiday seasons which are the highlight of the cruise would be Thanksgiving, Hanukkah, Christmas, and New Year Celebration.
For thanksgiving, guests will have a thanksgiving traditional Turkey dinner and football viewing all through the day on their onboard large screen TV's. Then here comes Martha Stewart with her butternut squash soup, roasted turkey breast, mashed potatoes, and pumpkin meringue pie in the main dining room of the ship and Yacht Club restaurant.
Hanukkah and Christmas will be celebrated together on December 22 aboard the MSC Cruise's Caribbean ships. The festival of lights will be celebrated with nightly Menorah lighting and daily prayer. Guests onboard in four MSC's Cruise can participate in the celebration. Christmas 2019 will be met with various activities and culinary creations. Just like Christmas on land, the ship will also be adorned with Christmas decors with lights and decorations. The staff will also prepare for the Christmas trees with Santa hats on their heads. Activities can be joined by guests such as photo taking with Santa, Christmas parade, and special evening Christmas show. And of course, Santa's gift distribution to the young ones will not be skipped. A mass on board will also take place.
Guests will say goodbye to 2019 as activities and parties are enjoyed. Martha Stewart again will offer her menu the poached shrimp with cocktail sauce. There are many great other surprises awaiting passengers for the holiday season. Let's see what these MSC cruises have in store for everyone, especially for travelling families who are cruise fanatics are the holidays draw even closer.
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