MSC Cruises Expands Booking Incentives for Canadian Advisors with Bonus Commission

MSC Seascape
MSC Seascape

MSC Cruises has announced expanded booking incentives for Canadian travel advisors with a 10 per cent bonus commission on on all itineraries sailing worldwide. The bonus commission is available advisors making new bookings for guests on any ship in the cruise line’s fleet, including including the cruise portion of Fly & Cruise packages, made by 31JUL 2022 for sailings departing through MAY 2023.

“As the Canadian cruise recovery continues to unfold, we’re pleased to expand on our successful Spring 10% bonus commission for our travel agent partners. Effective today [02JUN], we are including more ships and sailings through summer 2023 for our guests to explore the world. We are committed to supporting Canadian trade that have been exceptionally impacted over the past two and a half years,” said Ian Patterson, Country Manager, MSC Cruises Canada.

The new bonus commission is available on all new bookings made by Canadian-based travel agents between 02JUN and 31JUL 2022, for sailings departing through 31MAY 2023. Bookings involving the redemption of future cruise credits during the applicable booking and sailing window will be eligible for the 10 per cent bonus commission, but cruise moves to a sailing made as part of MSC Cruises’ Flexible Booking Changes will not be eligible.

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Extended until 06JUN, Canadian travel agents can help their clients find additional value with MSC Cruises’ Victoria Day Special for cruises departing U.S. ports to the Caribbean, which offer Free Balcony Upgrades, Kids Sail Free and up to CAD $500 in free onboard credit. For more information on the Victoria Day Special, visit MSC Cruises’ web site.

These promotions do not apply to MSC’s World Cruise.

Qualifying itineraries for summer 2022 include:

  • MSC Seashore – Miami: Alternating 7-night eastern and western Caribbean itineraries. Destinations include Nassau (The Bahamas), Puerto Plata (Dominican Republic), Ocho Rios (Jamaica), George Town (Cayman Islands), San Juan (Puerto Rico), and Cozumel (Mexico), with each cruise calling at Ocean Cay MSC Marine Reserve, MSC Cruises’ island in The Bahamas.
  • MSC Divina – Port Canaveral/Orlando: Caribbean cruises from 3 to 7 nights with destinations including Costa Maya (Mexico), Cozumel, Nassau and Ocean Cay MSC Marine Reserve.

Qualifying itineraries for winter 2022-2023 include:

  • MSC Seascape – Miami: Commencing its inaugural season on December 11, 2022 with alternating 7-night eastern and western Caribbean itineraries. Destinations include Ocean Cay MSC Marine Reserve, Nassau, San Juan, Puerto Plata, Cozumel, George Town and Ocho Rios.
  • MSC Meraviglia – Port Canaveral/Orlando: Caribbean cruises from 3 to 7 nights with destinations including Ocean Cay MSC Marine Reserve, Nassau, Costa Maya, Cozumel and Belize City (Belize).
  • MSC Divina – Miami: A range of 3 to 10-night itineraries with destinations including Ocean Cay MSC Marine Reserve, Belize City, Isla de Roatan (Honduras), Costa Maya, Ocho Rios, Cartagena (Colombia), Colon (Panama), and Puerto Limon (Costa Rica).

Qualifying itineraries for Summer 2023 include:

  • MSC Meraviglia – Brooklyn (New York City): Sailing from New York to The Bahamas and Florida with a wide variety of itineraries ranging from 6 to 11 nights. Destinations include Miami, Nassau and Ocean Cay MSC Marine Reserve.
  • MSC Seascape – Miami: Alternating 7-night eastern and western Caribbean itineraries. Destinations include Ocean Cay MSC Marine Reserve, Nassau, San Juan, Puerto Plata, Cozumel, George Town and Ocho Rios.
  • MSC Seaside – Port Canaveral/Orlando: Caribbean cruises from 3 to 7 nights with destinations including Ocean Cay MSC Marine Reserve, Costa Maya, Cozumel and Belize City.
  • MSC Magnifica – Miami: Sailing new short 3 and 4-night cruises to Key West (Florida), Nassau and Ocean Cay MSC Marine Reserve.

For more information on MSC Cruises, visit its web site.

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