Date:03/09/2020From:RioPrice:$1,288 Book Now
Nights:19To:GenoaPer Day:$68
Date:March 9, 2020 From:Rio
Ship:Fantasia Daily:$68
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  4. Fantasia March 9th, 2020 Rio to Genoa
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  4. Fantasia March 9th, 2020 Rio to Genoa
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  3. Mar 2020
  4. Fantasia March 9th, 2020 Rio to Genoa

An Unforgettable Vacation for Just $1,288 Per Person... Is That Possible?

Settle in for nineteen days of leisurely sailing through the Atlantic Ocean when you set sail with the MSC Fantasia from Rio to Genoa.

During this cruise you will stop in classic stops like Barcelona in addition to once-in-a-lifetime stops like Búzios, Sao Paulo, and Salvador. This route is an unusual one for the Fantasia, as it sails it only once.

We include all all taxes and fees in this, so there are no surprises at checkout. Act quickly, because the price of this sailing is on the way up! Reserve your cabin before the price increases. At under $70 a day, this is an amazing bargain.

Day 2: Sao Paulo
Day 20: Genoa

The MSC Fantasia

The MSC Fantasia

More than 3,200 passengers can comfortably travel on the namesake of the Fantasia class, based in the Mediterranean and refurbished this year.

The Fantasia offers a ping pong table, a bowling lane, a gym, four pools, a waterslide, a casino, a spa, twelve jacuzzis, and a solarium.

Pricing Information

The accompanying graph shows the price over time for the various classes of cabin. Since it was first listed on October 18th of last year, the price of this cruise has ranged between $1,215 and $1,288 for a cabin, inclusive of $186 in taxes and port fees. This itinerary has just risen in price, so reserve your stateroom now before it rises again.

$1,288 $1,680 $2,073 $3,281
$67.79 per day $88.42 per day $109.11 per day $172.68 per day
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Day 5: Salvador
Day 19: Marseille
Day 16: Cadiz
Bowling Lane
Day 15: Lisbon

Your Itinerary

This itinerary consists of nine sea days and nine days in port. High points include a long stop in Sao Paulo plus visits to very uncommon stops like Búzios and Salvador.

Mon, Mar 9Rio de Janeiro, Brazil6:00pm
Tue, Mar 10Sao Paulo, Brazil6:00am6:00pm
Wed, Mar 11Búzios, Brazil10:30am6:30pm
Thu, Mar 12At Sea
Fri, Mar 13Salvador, Brazil8:00am6:00pm
Sat, Mar 14At Sea
Sun, Mar 15At Sea
Mon, Mar 16At Sea
Tue, Mar 17At Sea
Wed, Mar 18At Sea
Thu, Mar 19At Sea
Fri, Mar 20Tenerife, Canary Islands8:00am5:00pm
Sat, Mar 21Funchal, Madeira8:00am5:00pm
Sun, Mar 22At Sea
Mon, Mar 23Lisbon, Portugal7:00am5:00pm
Tue, Mar 24Cadiz, Spain9:00am6:00pm
Wed, Mar 25At Sea
Thu, Mar 26Barcelona, Spain1:00pm7:00pm
Fri, Mar 27Marseille, France8:00am6:00pm
Sat, Mar 28Genoa, Italy8:00am

Alternate Sailings

The Fantasia sails this route once next year, but doesn't sail it this year. This is the only ship that sails this exact route.In the accompanying graphic you can see a visualization of when this ship sails as well as the relative price.

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