MSC Cruises has confirmed details of its Caribbean sailings for winter 2015/16.

For the first time, the line will offer fly/cruise itineraries on its two ships in the region, MSC Divina and MSC Orchestra, beginning in Miami and Barbados respectively.

MSC Divina will return to the Caribbean in November 2015 after a summer in the Mediterranean and will offer a one-off, ten-night sailing taking in both Colombia and Costa Rica in Central America. Divina will then settle in to its familiar pattern of two alternating seven-night round-trips from Florida. At the end of the season in April 2016 the ship will also offer an exclusive 14-night trip which includes two days and two nights in Bermuda.

Meanwhile, MSC Orchestra will operate a longer 14-night Eastern Caribbean option embarking from Barbados. The company has taken a committed allocation of seats on British Airways’ regular service to the island to give guests the option of a simple fortnight’s package holiday. While the company has operated the Eastern Caribbean itinerary before, the winter 2014/15 has been altered to include a stop in Barbados specifically so Brits can join the ship.

Highlights for winter 2014/15 include a ten-night round-trip from Miami on Divina visiting Falmouth, Jamaica; Cartagena, Colombia; Cristobel, Panama; Puerto Limon, Costa Rica; Cozumel, Mexico and Miami, with cruise-only prices from £829 per person and fly/cruise prices from £1,429. Also available is a seven-night Miami on Divina featuring the new ports of La Romana, Dominican Republic; Charlotte Amalie, St Thomas, USVI; and Nassau, Bahamas, with cruise-only prices from £399.

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