MSC Cruises and Travel Weekly have teamed up to give away a seven-night Mediterranean cruise for two onboard the line’s flagship MSC Grandiosa in 2021.
The competition marks the broadcast of the eighth and final episode of The Nolans Go Cruising, which is broadcast on Quest Red and dplay and has followed the celebrity sisters as they explored the Mediterranean onboard MSC Grandiosa.
The final episode will air on Quest Red on Tuesday, August 25 and will be repeated on Thursday and available on demand on dplay. Quest Red can be found on Sky channel 149, Virgin media 170, BT TV channel 38 and Freeview channel 38.
The prize is for two adults sharing a balcony cabin and is on a cruise-only basis. The winner can take the cruise between February 1, 2021, and May 31, 2021, excluding departures between March 27 and April 9.
To be in with a chance of winning, simply visit and like MSC Cruises’ travel agents Facebook page and follow the entry instructions posted on Monday, August 24. The deadline for entries is Wednesday, September 2.
Steve Williams, director of sales at MSC Cruises UK & Ireland, said: “We have had such positive feedback about the show over the last eight weeks with agents sharing both how great it is to see such positive cruise news on their screens, but also what a great tool the show is for agents to understand more about MSC Grandiosa and what she has to offer.
“We wanted to go one step further by offering one lucky agent the chance to actually get onboard and experience all the amazing features the ship has to offer from 12 unique dining venues to 20 bars and lounges and even a 900 seat theatre, which in this week’s episode we’ll see The Nolans perform in.
“As with previous TV shows filmed onboard our ships, we hope that this series will prompt enquiries to travel agents and trigger interest in MSC Grandiosa, as well as encourage people to book a cruise holiday.”
As well as featuring on the The Nolans Go Cruising, MSC Grandiosa was also the first ship in the MSC Cruises fleet to set sail following the global coronavirus pandemic. The ship set sail on its second week long voyage from Genoa on Sunday, August 23.
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