Date:04/06/2019From:Buenos AiresPrice:$1,939 Book Now
Nights:22To:VenicePer Day:$88
Date:April 6, 2019 From:Buenos Aires
Ship:Orchestra Daily:$88
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  4. Orchestra April 6th, 2019 Buenos Aires to Venice
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  4. Orchestra April 6th, 2019 Buenos Aires to Venice
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  3. Apr 2019
  4. Orchestra April 6th, 2019 Buenos Aires to Venice

This April Could Be Average, or You Could Visit Corsica and Salvador. Which Will You Choose?

Get ready for twenty-two days of refreshing cruising across the Pacific when you set sail with the MSC Orchestra from Buenos Aires to Venice.

With this cruise you'll tour through classic destinations such as Barcelona and Civitavecchia plus once-in-a-lifetime destinations such as Corsica and Salvador. This route is an unusual one for the Orchestra. As a matter of fact, it sails it only once.

We include all meals, entertainment, taxes, and fees in our price, so there are no sneaky extra fees. Offered at under $90 a day, this represents a very strong deal. This price just dropped, so book right now to lock in your stateroom before the price moves upwards again!

Day 15: Malaga
Day 22: Dubrovnik
Day 6: Salvador

The MSC Orchestra

The MSC Orchestra

The Orchestra, based in Durban, is a big cruise ship that can house comfortably over 3,000 cruisers.

The Orchestra boasts three pools, a bowling lane, a minigolf course, a spa, a gym, a casino, a solarium, and eight jacuzzis.

Pricing Information

This graph displays the price over time for the various types of cabin. Since being listed fifteen months ago, the price of a stateroom on this sailing has fluctuated between $1,639 and $2,318 inclusive of $350 in taxes and port fees. At only eighteen percent more than the all time low of $1,639 right now is a great time to reserve your cabin

$1,939 $2,109 Sold Out Sold Out
$88.14 per day $95.86 per day
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Day 18: Corsica
Day 13: Tenerife
Bowling Lane
Day 4: Rio
Day 19: Rome
Day 23: Venice

Your Itinerary

This sailing includes ten days in port and eleven sea days. Highlights include long stops in Civitavecchia and Malaga as well as visits to once-in-a-lifetime destinations like Corsica and Salvador.

Sat, Apr 6Buenos Aires, Argentina7:00pm
Sun, Apr 7At Sea
Mon, Apr 8At Sea
Tue, Apr 9Rio de Janeiro, Brazil9:00am5:00pm
Wed, Apr 10At Sea
Thu, Apr 11Salvador, Brazil9:00am5:00pm
Fri, Apr 12At Sea
Sat, Apr 13At Sea
Sun, Apr 14At Sea
Mon, Apr 15At Sea
Tue, Apr 16At Sea
Wed, Apr 17At Sea
Thu, Apr 18Tenerife, Canary Islands7:00am4:00pm
Fri, Apr 19At Sea
Sat, Apr 20Malaga, Spain10:00am10:00pm
Sun, Apr 21At Sea
Mon, Apr 22Barcelona, Spain7:00am4:00pm
Tue, Apr 23Ajaccio, Corsica10:00am6:00pm
Wed, Apr 24Civitavecchia, Italy (Rome)7:00am7:00pm
Thu, Apr 25Messina, Sicily1:00pm7:30pm
Fri, Apr 26Corfu, Greece1:00pm7:00pm
Sat, Apr 27Dubrovnik, Croatia7:00am3:00pm
Sun, Apr 28Venice, Italy8:00am

Alternate Sailings

The Orchestra sails this route once 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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