Settle in for seven days of exciting travel across the sea when you reserve your cabin on the MSC Opera from Cape Town and back again.
Stopping in very uncommon destinations like Walvis Bay and Port Elizabeth makes this sailing special. This route is an interesting one for the Opera. As a matter of fact, it sails it only once.
This price is the total you pay, no surprises. With a cost of less than $145 a day, this is a bargain.
The Opera, based in Venice and refurbished just five years ago in 2015, is a Lirica class ship that can house more than 2,100 people.
The Opera has a spa, two pools, a casino, a solarium, a minigolf course, a gym, and a jacuzzi.
Since it was first listed on March 24th of this year, The cost of this sailing has varied between $837 and $987 for a room, inclusive of $98 in taxes and port fees. This graph shows the cost over time for each class of cabin. Now this cruise is only eighteen percent higher than the all time low of $837 so lock in your stateroom now before it goes up.
|$141.00 per day||$158.14 per day||$175.29 per day|
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This itinerary is made up of two port days and four days at sea. Highlights include visits to extremely rare destinations like Walvis Bay and Port Elizabeth.
|Sat, Dec 26||Cape Town, South Africa||5:00pm|
|Sun, Dec 27||At Sea|
|Mon, Dec 28||Port Elizabeth, South Africa||8:00am||5:00pm|
|Tue, Dec 29||At Sea|
|Wed, Dec 30||At Sea|
|Thu, Dec 31||Walvis Bay, Namibia||9:00am||4:00pm|
|Fri, Jan 1||At Sea|
|Sat, Jan 2||Cape Town, South Africa||9:00am|
The Opera sails this route once this year. No other ship sails this exact same route. In the accompanying graphic you can see a visualization of when this ship sails as well as the relative price.