Reserve your cabin on the MSC Seaview and settle in for six days of relaxing sailing across the sea from Rio and back!
This cruise is particularly exciting because you will exclusively spend time in extremely rare ports such as Ilha Grande and Ilheus. This route is a rare one for the Seaview, But January is the most popular time of year to sail it.
This includes all meals, entertainment, taxes, and fees. No sneaky extra fees! Offered at under $130 a day, this value is.
The Seaview, based in the Mediterranean and built just four years ago in 2018, is a highly-rated Seaside class vessel that can house more than 4,100 travelers.
The Seaview offers a solarium, a spa, a bowling lane, a gym, a casino, a jacuzzi, two pools, an outdoor movie theater, a waterslide, and a ping pong table.
Since it was first listed on February 5th of this year, The cost of this cruise has fluctuated between $388 and $758 for a cabin, inclusive of $99 in taxes and port fees. This graph displays the cost over time for every type of cabin.
|$126.33 per day||$138.00 per day||$173.00 per day||$203.00 per day|
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This cruise includes three days in port and two days at sea. High points include a long stop in Salvador in addition to visits to once-in-a-lifetime ports like Ilha Grande and Ilheus.
|Sun, Jan 8||Rio de Janeiro, Brazil||6:00pm|
|Mon, Jan 9||At Sea|
|Tue, Jan 10||Salvador, Brazil||12:00pm||11:00pm|
|Wed, Jan 11||Ilheus, Brazil||8:00am||5:00pm|
|Thu, Jan 12||At Sea|
|Fri, Jan 13||Ilha Grande, Brazil||9:00am||7:00pm|
|Sat, Jan 14||Rio de Janeiro, Brazil||8:00am|
The Seaview sails this route four times next year, but doesn't sail it 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.