MSC Cruises is offering US and Canadian guests free roundtrip
flights from designated gateway cities when they book MSC Yacht Club
accommodations by April 30, 2009. This offer is for select 7-night
Mediterranean sailings of MSC Fantasia or MSC Splendida.

MSC Yacht Club is an exclusive set of private suites and luxury
facilities introduced on the line's new flagship, MSC Fantasia, and
sister-ship MSC Splendida, which debuts this summer. The 88 MSC Yacht
Club suites are located on the upper foredecks, offering guests
expanded views from their private balconies or full-height panoramic

MSC describes these suites as designed and furnished to the highest
standards. The MSC Yacht Club suites boast marble bathrooms, double or
single beds with ergonomic mattresses, Egyptian cotton sheets and a
choice of pillows. All suites also include sophisticated climate
control, Samsung interactive TV, Wi-Fi Internet access and Nintendo Wii
consoles. Two of the Deluxe Suites are fully equipped for people with

Each suite is served by a highly trained butler, offering the
morning paper, room and valet services, priority bookings for shore
excursions, spa packages, front-row seats for evening performances at
the ship's spectacular theater, restaurant reservations and private
shopping visits. MSC Yacht Club guests also enjoy their own Concierge
service, private swimming pool, bar and lounge and library as well as
special access to the superb Aurea Spa center.

MSC Yacht Club also offers private dining within MSC Fantasia's
immensely varied restaurants, either through 24-hour room service or in
the Yacht Club's own Top Sail Lounge, where a traditional English
afternoon tea is also served daily, as well as complimentary beverages
in the MSC Yacht Club area.

The MSC Yacht Club Free Air promoton is available on flights from
Atlanta, Boston, Chicago O'Hare, Miami, JFK, Newark, Tampa and Orlando.
Rates (including cruise, air, air taxes and airport transfers) on
select sailings begin at $3,870 per person, double occupancy for select
7-night Europe 2009 sailings; government fees and taxes are additional.