MSC MUSICA – New Year Cruise 2019


“The ocean stirs the heart, inspires the imagination and brings eternal joy to the soul.”Robert Wylan


NEW YEAR’S CRUISE Departs Thursday 27 December 2018.
11 nights 12 days exploring some of the best places the planet has to offer!

Priced from R18205pp sharing incl. port & service fees but not travel insurance.


Day 1 : Docked in Durban. Our last bus from the airport departs at 12h00. Harbour terminal closes at 13h00. Ship sails at 15h00. Sail away party on pool deck.
Day 2 : At sea – Onboard entertainment.
Day 3 : At sea – Onboard entertainment.
Day 4 : At sea – Onboard entertainment.
Day 5 : Docks in Port Louis Mauritius at 09h00.
Avail yourself of the many optional excursions on offer.
Day 6 : Docked in Port Louis. Avail yourself of the many optional excursions on offer. Happy New Year!
Day 7 : Docked in Port Louis. Avail yourself of the many optional excursions on offer. Sails at 17h00.
Day 8 : Docks in Pointe des Galets Reunion at 09h00. Avail yourself of the many optional excursions on offer.
Day 9 : Sails at 09h00. All day at sea.
Day 10 : At sea – Onboard entertainment.
Day 11 : At sea – Onboard entertainment.
Day 12 : Docks in Durban 05h00. Our last shuttle bus to the airport departs the harbour at 09h00.

“We would like to wish all our Clients a very Happy New Year in 2019”Charles Robbie

Things to do in Port Louis (© as MSC puts it) :

Pamplemousses Botanical Gardens

Pamplemousses Botanical Gardens

“A holiday in Mauritius with a MSC cruise means disembarking at Port Louis. It is the capital of this island nation off the cost of Madagascar, which together with its twin Réunion, represents a must-see stop for an MSC cruise to Southern Africa.

Port Louis has taken its role as the country’s first city seriously and has expanded over time with new streets, buildings and a beautiful promenade. After our cruise ship has docked, you will be able to take a stroll along the Caudan Waterfront, lined with some old cannons and numerous shops. Traces of Port Luis’s colonial past can be seen on Place D’Armes,where the statue of Bertrand François Mahé, the count of La Bourdonnais and a former governor of the island, observes passers-by surrounded by palm trees.

A short distance away, stands the Government House. Dating from 1738, it is shaped like a horseshoe and protected by an iron fence guarded by the statue of a grave-looking Queen Victoria. In the same neighbourhood, there are also the central market and the city park, the Jardins de la Compagnie. However, it is a former property of the Count de La Bourdonnais to house an even more spectacular garden, the Pamplemousses Botanical Garden.

An MSC excursion to this garden should not be missed for any reason on earth. This garden is almost three hundred years old. Over the centuries, it has been lovingly tended by expert gardeners, who have slowly enriched it with plant species from three different continents, Asia, Africa and Oceania. If you prefer the sea to vegetation, another highly recommended MSC excursion will allow you to pass a day on the other side of Mauritius, on the splendid beaches of Ile aux Cerfs (so called because of the deer imported here for hunting). ”

Things to do in Reunion (© as MSC puts it) :

La Possession – An exclusive destination

La Possession Saint-Denis, Cathedral

Saint-Denis, Cathedral

“Cruise ships rarely visit the port of La Possession, on the splendid Punta des Galets. This makes it one of the most unique stops of an MSC cruise to Southern Africa. As soon as you disembark, you can head off on an excursion to the so-called Circus of Salazie, the remains of an enormous volcanic caldera located a few kilometres from La Possession.

Instead of geysers of lava, extinguished centuries ago, you will find an explosion of life, where marvels of nature live side by side with small towns scattered throughout a lush forest. The view you will enjoy as you ascend along the windy road is indescribable. However, not all of the fire has gone out. In the Piton de la Fournaise, you can still admire two active volcano craters, the Dolomieu and the Bory, which filled with lava in 2007.

During your holiday with MSC Cruises, another excursion offered by MSC will introduce you to Saint-Denis and its impressive examples of Creole architecture. Its houses, a product of the woodworking skills of the local boat builders going back to the 1800s, stand side by side with the bold architectural works of the 20th century.

In Saint-Denis, the Central Post Office, which is reminiscent of some Algerian cities, and the unique building housing the Department of Agriculture and Forestry are worth a visit; both were designed by Jean Bossu, a student of Le Corbusier. Don’t miss out on the markets of Saint-Denis, where you will be able to find spices, vegetables, fruit, flowers, the famous smoked meat boucané and a wide variety of local craftworks, such as vases, baskets and pestles for preparing the rougail, a condiment served with cari, a dish typical of the island.”

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