The islands of Martinique and Guadeloupe, better known as the French Antilles, will for the first time in December this year the MSC Lirica, one of the most famous ships of the fleet of MSC Cruises, the season will end this year and output port for various Caribbean itineraries.
The MSC Lirica you arrive at the port of Fort-de-France, Martinique, on December 15, 2012, after having covered a long journey from the Mediterranean Sea and across the Atlantic Ocean and part of the Caribbean Sea.
As part of that journey, the boat has scheduled stops in Marseille (France), Barcelona (Spain) and Funchal (Portugal), after five days in the ocean that separates the Caribbean come to Bridgetown, Barbados, the company in a statement released by Hostnews.
Within the Caribbean and will make stops in St. George, Grenada, St. Kitts, Saint Kitts and Nevis, and Castries, St. Lucia, arriving then to Martinique.
Later, between December and February, the MSC Lirica will have a full slate of 10 starts for 7 nights, starting every Saturday from Fort-de-France, Martinique and every Sunday from Pointe-à-Pitre, Guadeloupe.
These travelers Caribbean itineraries aboard the ship can discover the natural beauty and rich history of several islands, as the cruise will stop at St. Johns in Antigua and Barbuda, Road Town on Tortola in the British Virgin Islands, Santo Domingo and La Romana in the Dominican Republic and Philipsburg, St. Maarten in the Netherlands Antilles.
The idea of the company during these trips is that you can combine the experience of the sea with many shore excursions, providing guests a perfect balance of relaxation, adventure and historical and cultural discovery.
The French West Indies will say goodbye to the MSC Lirica on 23 February 2013, when the ship proceeds back your cruise of 16 days and 15 nights return to Genoa, Italy.