17nt Miami, New York, Bermuda & Azores

WAS £1799

We're delighted to bring you an incredible offer on this 17-night voyage from Miami to New York, Bermuda, the Azores, Spain and finally to Southampton sailing aboard the stunning MSC Meraviglia with a FREE Balcony cabin upgrade! ​

This holiday begins on the 11th April 2020 where you'll enjoy a 1-night stay in a centrally-located, hand-picked hotel in Miami (which we're throwing in for free, worth £120*!). Once you've explored the magic of Miami, you'll board the MSC Meraviglia and check-in to your Balcony cabin, sailing to New York, Kings Wharf in Bermuda, Ponta Delgada in the Azores (where you’ll overnight), Lisbon in Portugal, Vigo in Spain and finally you’ll finish this epic adventure back on UK soil in Southampton. 

This offer has been massively reduced and WILL SELL OUT FAST. This is exclusive to Cruise Nation so you won't find it anywhere else! Cabins are limited so book today to avoid missing out.


  • Includes Return Flights!
  • FREE 1nt Miami stay worth £120 per couple!
  • FREE gratuities!
  • FREE upgrade to a Balcony cabin!
  • SAVE up to £2200 per couple!
  • Enjoy overnight on ship in Ponta Delgada
  • Regional Flights +£99pp


New York
Ponta Delgada


Miami is one of the world's most popular holiday spots, this vibrant city which has a Cuban influence is famous for its colourful Art Deco buildings, white sandy beaches, surfside hotels and trendsetting nightclubs.


Points of Interest

Vizcaya Museum & Gardens

This estate located in the Coconut Grove area was the winter residence of James Deering, the mansion has been beautifully maintained and is surrounded by acres of serene gardens. The ornamental breakwater is one of the most sublime sunset photo opportunities in Miami.


Get up close and personal with Florida, as you glide through these expansive wetlands, providing plenty of photo opportunities to catch wildlife in their natural habitat.

South Beach

With its eclectic mix of boutiques, galleries, shops and Art Deco buildings. The beach is one of the best, highly sought after beach in the world, its a must see for anyone who visits Miami.

Miami Seaquarium

Enjoy a visit to this world class marine life entertainment park, a 38 acre tropical paradise where dolphins walk on water and killer whales fly through the air. There's an experience for everyone.

New York

New York is commonly known as NYC or The Big Apple, and the city is composed of five boroughs and an intricate patchwork of neighbourhoods which are home to some of the world's most recognisable landmarks and attractions.


Points of Interest

Statue of Liberty

The Statue of Liberty is New York's most recognisable landmark standing at 305 feet tall and carrying a torch she welcomes visitors to Liberty Island.

Ellis Island

Explore Ellis Island Immigration Museum the building that served as first port of entry for millions of immigrants to the U.S.

Times Square

Times Square is and iconic commercial intersection and a neighbourhood in Midtown Manhattan, and is one of the most visited tourist attractions in the world.

Central Park

Spanning 843 acres Central Park is located in Manhattan. Among it's attractions are the Central Park Zoo, a pool and an ice skating rink.

Brooklyn Bridge

John Roebling's engineering masterpiece is one of the oldest suspension bridges in the U.S. It spans 1,595 feet across the East River, connecting Manhattan and Brooklyn.

The National September 11 Memorial Complex

The 9/11 Memorial & Museum, the two landmarks pay tribute to those who lost their lives during the terror attacks. The Museum displays exhibitions and archival documents from people around the U.S and the world.

Ponta Del Gada (Azores)

Ponta Del Gada is the largest capital city in Portugal and is located on Sao Miguel Island. The city itself is surrounded by buildings with their original Victorian structure. Ponta Del Gada was founded in 1444 as a small fishing village but now is the most popular city in Portugal for tourists and residents. Ponta del Gada is best known for being a great whale-watching destination and the biggest lakes in Portugal.


Points of Interest

Pico do Carvao

Pico do Carvao is a viewpoint which provides panoramic views across the northern and southern coast of the island. From the viewpoint you have the opportunity to see the beautiful lakes of Carvaowhich are surrounded by Japanese cedars and tree ferns.

Nossa Senhora da Paz

Nossa Senhora da Paz is a religious structure that was built in 1764 and is located up in the hillside, overlooking Vila Franco de Campo. To get to the top of the hill, you have to walk up a flight of stairs which is where you can look at the breath taking views.


Lisbon was once the centre of a maritime empire, today it's a stately city of Neoclassical buildings and wide plazas. The magnificent harbour is spanned by the longest suspension bridge in Europe.


Points of Interest

Belem Tower

Belem Tower fortress sits directly on the banks of Tagus, this unique four-storey building was built in the 16th century to defend the harbour.

Jeronimos Monastery

This breathtaking 16th century monastery is considered to be Lisbon's finest landmark.

Monument to the Discoveries

This modern monument to the Discoveries situated on the banks of the Tagus commemorates Portugal's great seafarers.

Alfama Quarter

The oldest part of Lisbon, survived the devastating earthquake of 1755 features stunning Moorish architecture, restaurants and cafes.

Maritime Museum

The museum focuses on Portugal's pioneering role in sea exploration featuring original maps, models and nautical instruments.


This is Lisbon's central business district.

Cascais & Sintra

This delightful fishing village is a popular beach resort boasting stunning ocean views plus a a fascinating mix of modern buildings and early 20th century homes. Sintra is home to an 8th-century Moorish fortress, palaces and castles.

Our Lady of Fatima Basilica

This site marks where the Virgin miraculously appeared to the three shepherds in May 1917.


Vigo is the gateway to Santiago de Compostela, the most venerated shrine in all Europe during the middle ages. The catherdral still draws thousands of daily visitors today.


Points of Interest


The largest city in Galicia, enjoy fabulous views over the bay and samples some local delicacies.

Santiago de Compostela

Santiago de Compostela is the capital of Galicia, Spain and is one of the most important places in Catholicism. The city is dedicated to honouring St. James, one of the twelve Apostles of Christ.

St. James Cathedral

The cathedral was built in honour of St. James and in the destination of the 9th Century medieval pilgrimages known as the "Way of St. James."

Cies Islands

Cies Islands were declared a Nature Preserve in 1980, and are part of the Galician Atlantic Islands National Park.


This tourist town with a medieval historic centre is situated by the outlet of the Vigo Bay. Explore the replica of Columbus’s second biggest ship anchored in the port.


An ancient town and medieval port in the north-west of the Iberian Peninsula features an old town, a market and a promenade.

Pilgrim Museum

A museum located at the crypt that displays a collection of tapestries and archaeological pieces.


Sample the Albarino grape variety of several noted estates. White wines from the heart of Galicia's Albarino wine country have risen to international acclaim amongst wine aficionados.

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