Thinking of going on a cruise ship holiday with the kids next year? Then MSC Cruises’ newest offer is going to be of serious interest!

The luxury cruise company has just unveiled exciting new deals for 2018, and it’s going to make it cheaper than ever for your children to come along.

Under their new ‘Get the Best’ campaign, all children aged 2-17 will get to go on ANY cruise onboard MSC Magnifica , for the bargain price of £99 – no matter how long the cruise is for.

Oh, and if that wasn’t enough, they’re also offering families an upgrade to a balcony cabin for the same price as an inside cabin, so you can take in all the spectacular views without having to splash the cash.

You’ve got ample opportunity to get booking, as the deals don’t expire until 31st October 2017 – but we reckon with these kid-friendly prices, places are bound to get snapped up!

And while most sales tend to have a short window on discounted dates, MSC Cruises is offering you a wide array of choice, with travel dates included from March until October 2018.

The ship will be departing from Southampton -and prices for adults start from £579 – but to help you keep costs to a minimum, the company is also offering complimentary parking.

Even the destinations on offer have plenty of options for you to choose from, as the MSC Magnifica has 23 sailings to glamorous locations across the Mediterranean, Northern Europe and the Fjords, with cruises ranging from 5-14 nights.

There’s no denying that the MSC Magnifica makes for an ideal break for both parents and children alike.

The ship has some very impressive leisure facilities including an open-air pool, four whirlpools, an indoor pool with a retractable roof, and plenty of sports on offer including tennis, mini-golf, a gym, a jogging track and even 10-pin bowling and billiards!

Meanwhile for mums and dads who want some time to themselves, there are five different kids’ clubs that cater to all ages, in five uniquely themed venues.

There’s no denying that the MSC Magnifica makes for an ideal break for both parents and children alike.

So one you’ve left the kids, in the safe knowledge that they’ll be kept entertained, you can head to the ship’s luxurious spa – and the only Balinese Spa at sea.

Think massages, beauty treatments, a sauna, Turkish bath, fitness centre, thalassotherapy room and dedicated relaxation areas.

Feeling peckish? You’ll be spoiled for choice with the five gourmet restaurants serving up a host of international cuisine, not to mention there are 12 bars for those after a tipple.