Get ready for eight days of exciting cruising through the sea when you book your cabin on the MSC Orchestra from Buenos Aires and back again.
Spending time at rare cities such as Ilhabela and Búzios makes this sailing noteworthy. This route is a rare one for the Orchestra.
The price is the total you pay, no surprises. At under $110 a day, this represents a good deal.
Over 2,500 guests can sail on this Musica class ship, based in the Mediterranean and South America and refurbished just three years ago in 2018.
The Orchestra delights guests with three pools, a bowling lane, a minigolf course, a spa, a gym, a casino, a solarium, and a jacuzzi.
The accompanying graph indicates the price over time for the different types of cabin. Since it was first listed on December 30th of last year, the price of this sailing has remained at $868. Today this sailing is at its lowest price, so reserve your cabin now before it moves upwards.
|$108.50 per day||$136.00 per day||$163.50 per day||$291.00 per day|
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This itinerary includes three days at sea and four port days. Highlights include visits to very uncommon ports like Ilhabela and Búzios in addition to a long stop in Rio.
|Tue, Mar 15||Buenos Aires, Argentina||7:00pm|
|Wed, Mar 16||At Sea|
|Thu, Mar 17||At Sea|
|Fri, Mar 18||Rio de Janeiro, Brazil||9:00am||8:00pm|
|Sat, Mar 19||Búzios, Brazil||9:00am||7:00pm|
|Sun, Mar 20||Ilhabela, Brazil||7:00am||2:00pm|
|Mon, Mar 21||At Sea|
|Tue, Mar 22||Montevideo, Uruguay||1:00pm||7:30pm|
|Wed, Mar 23||Buenos Aires, Argentina||9:00am|
The Orchestra sails this route two times this year plus three times next 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.