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Posted 5 September 2023

2 Adults *Full Board* 7 Night - New MSC Euribia Cruise (£394pp) From Southampton 2nd Feb - Inside stateroom

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**MSC's Brand New Ship for 2023**
Fantastic price for a 7 Night MSC Cruise 2 Adults (Inside cabin)
Departing from Southampton on Feb 2nd 2024, Total £788

That works out to £56 per person, per day and includes:
Full Board (All meals)
Daily Entertainment
Port fees and taxes

Hamburg - Germany
Bruges (Zeebrugge), Belgium
Rotterdam, Netherlands
Le Havre (Paris), France

You could also go with children:
2 adults + 2 Children £1184 (£296pp)
2 adults + 1 Child £987 (329pp)
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  1. Mjg5923's avatar
    Great deal but found cheaper with Cruise Circle


    £754 for two adults. Didn’t check kids pricing but assume they’d also be cheaper too.
  2. dragonfury's avatar
    How does tipping work with MSC ships? Only thing that puts me off MSC tbh
    Bobbajob's avatar
    Gratuities are included with UK fares with MSC.
  3. AKarmaLlama's avatar
    Was looking at this for November time. Anyone know what's this cruise like for solo 30+ travelling?
    Glenn_Sargent's avatar
    I was on it last year when Virtuosa was operating the route. Hamburg is pretty quiet/closed until later in the morning as you get there around 8ish i think and not a ton use item for least an hour or two. The minitaur wonderland opened at 9 or 10 was cool but it's VERY popular and fills up quick... Zeebrugge I got the coach to Bruges and it was lovely to walk around, the weather helped and I walked round different things on way to the centre but I didn't find anywhere closed. Rotterdam I done a guided tour and then walked about myself for an hour before going back to the ship (was raining), LeHavre had literally nothing unless you go on a tour. I done the Honfleur one which was cool but it's not a big place so after the your there's not a ton to do on your free time before the coach back to the ship (unless you go to a restaurant and drag it out).... The ship itself and activities etc I personally thought were fantastic. The solo meetups or whatever they called it were non existent... Most of us all found each other on the area for it on the first night and didn't bother as no staff were facilitating it
  4. Reading1800's avatar
    I put a quote together for 2, outside cabin, drinks package and that came to £1500. Seem reasonable for a Feb cruise ?
    SJ_16's avatar
    For 10 nights, maybe. I’d personally say it’s a bit much for 7 nights, especially on this route
  5. getmore4less's avatar
    Was cheaper(£386pp) a while(29Aug) back during the extra £50 off making it £361pp
    fivebyfive2014's avatar
    Cool, let me get in the ole faithful Time Machine so I can book that..
  6. Reading1800's avatar
    Hamburg on a Sunday. Germany closes on Sundays!
    Burgmeister's avatar
    For me, that really wouldn't be an issue. The last thing that I want to do on a port day is go shopping. I like to see the towns/cities and if the shops are closed then that's of no consequence.
    I've been to a number of German cities on a Sunday in the past and they have all tended to have events on - much more interesting than shops.
    To be fair, those visits were during summer months - not too sure whether there would be events on in February.
    Of course , if you like visiting shops on your port days then a Sunday stop in Hamburg is likely to disappoint (edited)
  7. jon81uk's avatar
    Its not going to be great weather in February! Doesn't seem like the best deal, its a low price but in a cabin with no window in the cheapest time of year.
    Sparco100's avatar
    Nothing wrong with no window, great for a good night's sleep and more central in the ship so a little mess motion. If you want a view you go on deck.
    More money for other things
  8. getmore4less's avatar
    £369 Cruisenation.
    Zameen's avatar
    Used them before?
  9. mattd555's avatar
    Inside stateroom - does it have a window?
    Geezer08's avatar
    No . Just bathroom and bedroom/lounge area .
  10. Zameen's avatar
    Not heard great things about msc
    getmore4less's avatar
    Do more research or don't bother.

    Plenty of YouTube vids that will give you a good feel for the product. (edited)
  11. getmore4less's avatar
    Seascanner have a new MSC £100 code.

    The cheapest ones went up so not a full saving.
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