Western Caribbean with Ocean Cay

7 nights sailing from Miami on cruise ship MSC Magnifica

Itinerary: Sailing from Miami, visiting Cozumel (Mexico), Roatan (Honduras), Costa Maya (Mexico), Ocean Cay (MSC Marine Reserve), ending in Miami.
from £561 Price per person based on double occupancy

Cruise Western Caribbean with Ocean Cay

7 nights sailing from Miami on cruise ship MSC Magnifica

from £561 Price per person

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Inside

Bella Inside IB

Junior Inside IM1

Junior Inside IM2

Ocean View

Ocean View (Bella experience) OB

Deluxe Ocean View OO

Deluxe Ocean View OR1

Balcony

Balcony (Bella experience) BB

Deluxe Balcony Partial View BP

Junior Balcony BM1

Junior Balcony BM2

Deluxe Balcony BR1

Deluxe Balcony BR2

Premium Balcony Ocean View BL1

Balcony Aurea BA

Suite

Deluxe Suite Aurea SR1

Premium Suite Aurea SL1

Premium Suite Aurea SL2

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`Bella` Experience

Bella Experience

The impressive experience of Bella is an excellent value option to enjoy the comforts of life on board in a modern and elegant style, designed to ensure a pleasant stay on board. Includes: ...

`Fantastica` Experience

Fantastica Experience

Fantastica´ experience offers a superior level of comfort and service. Fantasia experience will give you all Bella benefits plus some extra ones too such as one free cruise change, the opportunity to choose the cabin and its location, breakfast in c...

`Aurea´ Experience

Aurea´ Experience

Aurea experience offers a series of relaxing benefits for body and soul. Suites and Balcony in the best locations These cabins include Priority boarding, 24-hour room service (free delivery), Welcome package, the option to dine any time you choose, F...

`MSC Yacht Club` Experience

MSC Yacht Club Experience

A unique experience that combines the comfort and service of a private yacht with access to the extensive leisure facilities of a modern cruise ship. What’s included? Access to the panoramic Top Sail Lounge with bar, afternoon tea service, light food...

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Cruise Itinerary

Full Itinerary
Day 1 Miami Embarkation | Departure: 17:00H
Day 2 at sea
Day 3 Cozumel (Mexico) Arrival time: 08:00H | Departure: 18:00H 10 hours in destination
Day 4 Roatan (Honduras) Arrival time: 09:00H | Departure: 18:00H 9 hours in destination
Day 5 Costa Maya (Mexico) Arrival time: 08:00H | Departure: 18:00H 10 hours in destination
Day 6 at sea
Day 7 Ocean Cay (MSC Marine Reserve) Arrival time: 08:00H | Departure: 20:00H 12 hours in destination
Day 8 Miami Arrival time: 07:00H
Western Caribbean with Ocean Cay Cruise itinerary  - MSC Cruises

Western Caribbean with Ocean Cay

7 nights Cruise on MSC Magnifica. Sailing from Miami, visiting Cozumel (Mexico), Roatan (Honduras), Costa Maya (Mexico), Ocean Cay (MSC Marine Reserve), ending in Miami.

Western Caribbean with Ocean Cay Cruise itinerary  - MSC Cruises
Western Caribbean with Ocean Cay Cruise itinerary  - MSC Cruises

Miami

Miami is a city located on the Atlantic coast in southeastern Florida and the county of Miami-Dade County. Miami is a major center and a leader in finance, commerce, culture, media, entertainment, the arts, and international trade. Miami is nicknamed the "Capital of Latin America", with a Spanish-speaking majority, and the largest city with a Cuban-American plurality. The Port of Miami, known as the "Cruise Capital of the World," has been the number one cruise passenger port in the world. It accommodates some of the world's largest cruise ships and operations, and is the busiest port in both passenger traffic and cruise lines. Going south you will find the Coral Gables, a select and elegant neighborhood with beautiful waterways, fountains and squares. It is recommended to take a guided tour that can pick the Old Town Trolley tours and you will have up to 90 minutes ride departing from Bayside. Miami Beach, between Biscayne Bay and the Atlantic are some of the most fascinating areas of the Great Miami. Here prevailing Art Deco buildings, the sophisticated atmosphere, and the best beaches...

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Cozumel (Mexico)

Mexican heart and a Caribbean soul, Cozumel is a paradise which combines tradition, flavor and joy. You will always find a friendly face and a warm welcome to make your visit memorable. Cozumel is home to the largest reef system in the Americas, the Mesoamerican Reef. Teeming with hundreds of tropical fish, turtles and other vibrant sea life, it is truly a diver's dream. But even if you dont explore down into the depths of the ocean, there is much to see for snorkelers too. There are as many as 250 different species of tropical fish including the queen angelfish and the illusive toadfish, seen nowhere else in the world. Above the sparkling surface of the water, the trees are speckled with frigate birds, brown pelicans, olivaceous cormorants and others. If you look closely, you may catch a glimpse of a tree frog, a crocodile or the prehistoric iguana resting in the lush vegetation

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Roatan (Honduras)

Roatán, located between the islands of Útila and Guanaja, is the largest of Honduras' Bay Islands.The island was formerly known as Ruatan and Rattan. It is approximately 37 mi long, and less than 5.0 mi across at its widest point. The island consists of two municipalities (out of a total of four in the department). José Santos Guardiola in the east (named for the former president of Honduras) and Roatán (also including the Cayos Cochinos) further south in the west.The most populous town of the island is Coxen Hole, capital of Roatán municipality, located in the southwest. Other important towns include French Harbour, West End, and Oak Ridge (the capital of José Santos Guardiola municipality).The easternmost quarter of the island is separated by a channel through the mangroves that is 15 meters wide on average. This section is called Helene, or Santa Elena in Spanish. Satellite islands at the eastern end are Morat, Barbareta, and Pigeon Cay. Further west between French Harbour and Coxen Hole is Stamp Cay and Barefoot Cay.The main strip of the island is the coastal beach town of West End which also doubles as the island's main tourism hub and its center for diving. West End features a wide variety of bars and restaurants. Evenings in West End tend to move from North to South along the West End road with sunset drinks starting at Sundowners and The Landing, and late night drinks at The Blue Marlin and Nova Bar.West Bay Community is a short drive away from West End either by car or water taxi and although it is known for the world famous West Bay Beach; it also features some of the larger and more well known resorts on Roatán as well as their own restaurants and bars open to the public.

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Costa Maya (Mexico)

The Mayan Coast extends along 45 kilometers of beach, with the same atributes as Cancun: fine sand and turquoise blue crystaline water, and 19,400 hectares, of which 60% are destinated to the ecologic preservation. In this paradise for divers, we can find the Banco Chinchorro, one of the main attractions of the mayan reef, the second most important reef in the world.

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Ocean Cay (MSC Marine Reserve)

A private island in the Caribbean: white sandy beaches, turquoise waters, palm trees and coral reefs. Ocean Cay MSC Marine Reserve is designed in keeping with the culture and tradition of the Bahamas and is planted with indigenous trees, grasses and flowers. A small village in typical Bahamian style with restaurants, bars and shops completes the offer on the island. Classic Caribbean feeling can be enjoyed on the fine sandy beaches of this exclusive island reserved for guests of MSC Cruises. MSC guests can board a pier directly from the ship to discover the nightlife on the Ocean Cay MSC Marine Reserve: live music and amusement in the 2,000-seat amphitheater, restaurants and bars. Highlights include a family beach with kids' restaurant and play area, a lagoon for those seeking peace, a wedding pavilion gazebo, and a zipline across the island.

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Miami

Miami is a city located on the Atlantic coast in southeastern Florida and the county of Miami-Dade County. Miami is a major center and a leader in finance, commerce, culture, media, entertainment, the arts, and international trade. Miami is nicknamed the "Capital of Latin America", with a Spanish-speaking majority, and the largest city with a Cuban-American plurality. The Port of Miami, known as the "Cruise Capital of the World," has been the number one cruise passenger port in the world. It accommodates some of the world's largest cruise ships and operations, and is the busiest port in both passenger traffic and cruise lines. Going south you will find the Coral Gables, a select and elegant neighborhood with beautiful waterways, fountains and squares. It is recommended to take a guided tour that can pick the Old Town Trolley tours and you will have up to 90 minutes ride departing from Bayside. Miami Beach, between Biscayne Bay and the Atlantic are some of the most fascinating areas of the Great Miami. Here prevailing Art Deco buildings, the sophisticated atmosphere, and the best beaches...

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The ship: MSC Magnifica

This revolutionary cruise ship carries 2,500 passengers and offers many oceanview cabins with a balcony that we are sure you will appreciate while sailing to the most beautiful destinations.  MSC Magnifica ship offers a luxurious Spa with many relaxation options and fine dining and entertainment amenities to make your holiday unforgettable.

MSC Magnifica came into service in March 2010. This very popular ship offers a choice of 5 restaurants, numerous bars, an internet café and a cigar lounge, a 1,200-seat theatre, cinema, casino and disco. Her main restaurants are L´Edera and Quattro Venti and the Oriental Plaza Restaurant with the best Asian dishes for you to enjoy. You can sip your favourite drinks in 17 bars and lounges, inspired by different themes. Recreation options include the solarium, 3 swimming pools (one of them under the ingenious Magrodome´ retractable roof, perfect for winter cruising), and sports like tennis, basketball, jogging for all those of you who want to stay active.

Inaugurated 2009
Beam 32,2 m.
Length 293,8 m.
Tonnage 93.330 tn.
Occupancy 3223
Crew 1038
Ratio passenger / crew Standard 3:1
Ratio tonnage/passengers Good 29:1
Number of decks 13
Number of staterooms 1259
Number of interior staterooms 249
Number of staterooms with balcony 785
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What's included onboard?

Meals at the main restaurants or at the buffett restaurants are included (fees are applied for speciality restaurants)

Daily service charges/gratuities are included as part of the cruise fare at no extra cost.

Port taxes are included in the price

Accommodation in well appointed cabins 

Water, coffee and some juices are included in certain areas of the ship.

Children and Teens Clubs are included with outstanding programme activities and services

All on-board activities such as group games, competitions, quizzes, crafts classes are included.

Future Cruise benefits when booking your next cruise on board

Free entry to the casino; There is no admission charge for any of the nightclubs or discos on MSC's ships; Most evening shows are also free to enjoy 

Access to the gym is free of charge

What's not included?

A 15% Bar Service Charge is automatically added to all food and beverage purchases, except for passengers who have booked the All Inclusive Fare or who have pre-booked and paid a Beverage or  Dining Package.

Shore excursions and purchases at the onboard shops are not included; treatments or massages at the beauty salon or the MSC Aurea Spa are also not included.

Drinks are only included if you have booked the All Inclusive Fare or if you have booked the Standard Fare but added a Drinks Package (in this case, the drinks that are included on board correspond to the package booked); If you have not booked any of these options, the drinks will not be included and must be paid on board Plus a 15% Bar Service Charge that will be automatically added to your onboard account; Prepaid All-inclusive drinks packages or the All-inclusive fares that also include this bar service charge) 

Spa access and services (charges apply, except access to the thermal area for Aurea and Yacht Club cabins and suites).

Speaciality restaurants (fees apply).

There is a fee to use the facilities in the Internet café.  

Travel and/or Health Insurance is not included; Passengers are strongly recommended to have comprehensive travel health insurance covering medical treatment and repatriation costs and expenses. 

Your benefits & more

  • Tips included!

    Service Charges (Gratuities) are included in the cruise fare.

    Service Charges (Gratuities) are included in the cruise fare. MSC Cruises does not recommend tipping individual members of staff.

  • Hot Drinks & Water

    Complimentary mineral water, American coffee and/or tea during lunch and dinner in main dining room included.

    The hot drinks and water will be offered to guests during lunch and dinner in the main dining room.

What you need to know

Travel documents and visas

It is the sole responsibility of the Guest to identify and obtain all required travel documents for the entire cruise vacation and have them available when necessary. Please check with your travel agent, government agency, Embassy or Consulate to ensure that you have all the proper documentation to board the ship and enter each of the countries on your cruise. Guests without proper traveling documentation will be denied boarding. Travel restrictions for each destination country may vary according to a Guest's citizenship. No refunds will be given to individuals who fail to bring proper documentation. Make sure you check all the information here: https://logi.travel/0DD7979

Important! MSC MINORS POLICY

1. MSC will only be able to accommodate children younger than 12 months old on sailings that do not exceed 10 nights in duration. 2. Guests under 18yrs old or 21yrs for guests embarking from a US port must travel accompanied by their parents or a legal guardian. Otherwise, a signed authorization letter from the absent parent must be provided when booking, along with the name of a designated individual in charge of the minor. 3- Minors can be assigned to a cabin without the presence of an adult subject to the following conditions: A- The parents expressly request the minors to be assigned in a cabin without an adult upon signature of a waiver of liability. B- The parents and the minors stay in connected cabins or in adjacent cabins (minors alone never in a balcony cabin). C- Parents are given a double key of the cabin occupied by the minors. D- The cabin is occupied at least by 2 minors with the oldest minor being at least 12 years old and the youngest at least 8 years old

Adjacent cabin means cabins whose door are close each other in the same assembly station and corridor. Connecting cabins are cabins that are connected by an internal door.

IMPORTANT INFORMATION FOR RUSSIAN TOURIST PASSPORT HOLDERS ENTERING NORWAY

Please do note that, as per Official instructions received from the Norwegian relevant Ministry, all Russian Tourist passport holders cannot enter Norway from 29th of May. After merging with Local Authorities, relating all cruises arriving in Norway through a Schengen Port (MSC Euribia, MSC Poesia and MSC Preziosa), all Russian Touristic passport holders in possession of a Schengen Visa issued ONLY by Norway after the 30th of May 2022 or with a valid Schengen Residence Permit (under renewal not accepted) and ONLY transiting Norway (not embarking/disembarking) will be exceptionally accepted onboard. Holders of Diplomatic, Service, Special Passports need to receive pre-approval before showing up for the embarkation. For all other cruises calling extra-Schengen Ports before Norway (MSC Virtuosa), mentioned guests will not be allowed to embark.

Future Cruise Programme

Guests who book their next MSC Cruises sailing while onboard will be rewarded with a reduced deposit starting from £100 per person, a shipboard credit of up to £200, a greater flexibility valid up until final payment is done and the best price guarantee, now applicable up to 90 days prior to sailing date

Travelling with children

Do you have children travelling? Please Read: All minors travelling without their parent or legal guardian must arrive with written consent that those in the party they are with have consent of their parent/legal guardian for them to travel, and also that they will assume responsibility for the minors on-board and in the case of an emergency. Guests may be required to provide a signed letter of consent from the absent parent/legal guardian providing authorisation to travel with the minor, along with a copy of the child’s birth certificate showing both parents and a copy of photographic identification of the missing parent/legal guardian. If the legal guardian or parent has remarried and has a different surname to the minor they must bring proof such as copies of the birth, marriage, divorce certificates.

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