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MSC Cruises ships visit over 140 of the world’s most desirable destinations in 40 different countries. MSC Cruises today announced the details of their Summer 2023 program, which includes an exceptional selection of modern, opulent ships travelling to over 140 destinations around the world. Anyone wishing to get away next summer will find a ship and itinerary to suit their needs, whether it’s a fast mini-cruise or a 21-night trip. MSC Cruises’ website and Travel Agents are currently taking reservations for cruises.
Guests can look forward to stepping aboard one of MSC Cruises’ beautifully designed ships once they have chosen their dream itinerary, where they will find round-the-clock entertainment and activities, grand scale original theatre productions, live music, authentic international dining, award-winning family offerings, luxurious spa and wellness facilities, boutique shopping, and much more.
MSC Seascape, the cruise line’s upcoming U.S. flagship, will sail seven-night Caribbean itineraries from Miami, Florida (USA), with stops at Ocean Cay MSC Marine Reserve, MSC Cruises’ stunning private island in The Bahamas, as well as stops in The Bahamas, Puerto Rico, Dominican Republic, Mexico, the Cayman Islands, and Jamaica.
MSC Meraviglia will inaugurate year-round service on a variety of itineraries from New York City, covering the Caribbean, Bermuda, New England and Canada. MSC Seaside will bring take Caribbean cruising to the next level with cruises from Port Canaveral. Plus, MSC Magnifica will offer shorter Caribbean itineraries from PortMiami.
MSC World Europa, the line’s first LNG-powered ship, will spend her inaugural summer season in the Mediterranean, providing guests with a fantastic onboard and ashore experience. The 7-night itineraries visit the most popular destinations in the region, including Genoa, Naples, and Messina in Italy, Valletta in Malta, Barcelona, and Marseille in France. Sailing aboard this ground-breaking ship will be convenient and easy, as it will be possible to embark from a variety of locations.
MSC Cruises is the third largest cruise line in the world, as well as the market leader in Europe, South America, the Gulf region, and Southern Africa, with more market share and deployed capacity than any other company. It’s also the world’s fastest-growing cruise line, having a strong presence in the Caribbean, North America, and Asia.
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