Low Demand Forces Cruises In Europe On A Big Sale Starting At $26 A Day

Low Demand Puts Cruises In Europe On A Big Sale

As cruise lines struggle to fill ships, travelers can now book a European cruise for cheap. As such, last-minute fares are being offered at stunningly low rates.

To increase bookings, cruise lines MSC Cruises and Costa Cruises are offering extremely low fares. MSC Cruises’ seven-night fall voyages in Europe are being offered for as little as $180 while Costa Cruises’ has seven-night fall voyages in Europe for as little as $449.

While the rates below are only available for the lowest-category cabins on each of the ships, if you are looking for something on the cheap, this is your opportunity to cruise Europe. 

Cruise Ship in Venice

Here is a list of three MSC cruises for under $200:

  • A seven-night MSC Virtuosa round-trip sailing out of Hamburg, Germany, to Amsterdam; Zeebrugge, Belgium (the port for Bruges); Le Havre, France; and Southampton, England, departing Nov. 14 starting at $180 — about $26 a day. Departures on Nov. 27 and Dec. 11 start at $249 and $419, respectively. Passengers can also embark and disembark for the same sailings in Le Havre or Southampton for the same price.
  • Seven-night MSC Fantasia round-trip sailings out of Naples, Italy, to Barcelona and Palma de Mallorca, Spain; Marseille, France; and Genoa and La Spezia, Italy, departing Nov. 15, Nov. 22, Nov. 29, Dec. 6 and Dec. 13 starting at $189 — $27 a day. Passengers can also embark and disembark in any of the other ports in the itinerary at the same price.
  • A seven-night MSC Bellissima sailing out of Valencia, Spain, to Barcelona with stops at Palma de Mallorca, Genoa, La Spezia and Naples, departing Nov. 12 starting at $199 — about $28 a day.

Or check out this Costa Cruises’ voyage for $449.

  • A seven-night Costa Deliziosa round-trip sailing out of Trieste, Italy, with stops at Split, Croatia; Kotor, Montenegro; Katakolon and Piraeus (the port for Athens), Greece; and Bari, Italy, departing Dec. 10 starting at $449 — about $64 a day.

So, if you’ve ever wanted to cruise Europe for less than $26/day, act fast.