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Photo: MSC World Europa

MSC Cruises has opened bookings for more than 150 global sailings in its winter 2024/25 lineup.

From established favourites to new hotspots, short mini cruises to enriching long cruises, the varied cruise options span across hemispheres. 

Details on the line’s full winter 2024/25 sailing programs in South America, Southern Africa and the Far East will be unveiled at a later date. However, the voyages that are now available to book include the following: 


North America & The Caribbean

MSC Meraviglia will continue its adventures from New York with a wide range of itineraries spanning 7-11 nights that include Orlando, Nassau and MSC’s private island Ocean Cay MSC Marine Reserve.

MSC Seascape will set sail every Saturday from Miami on seven-night cruises to the Eastern Caribbean (Dominican Republic, Puerto Rico and Ocean Cay), and Western Caribbean (Jamaica, Cayman Islands, Mexico and Ocean Cay).

These sailings will be followed by MSC Seaside every Sunday, which will offer seven-night cruises from Miami, alternating between Eastern Caribbean (The Bahamas, Puerto Rico and Dominican Republic) and Western Caribbean (Mexico, Honduras or Belize, and The Bahamas) itineraries.

MSC Divina will also be based out of Miami, with 3- to 10-night itineraries that include a visit to Ocean Cay. Longer sailings will take guests to such destinations as Jamaica, Aruba, Curaçao, Dominican Republic and The Bahamas.

MSC Seashore, meanwhile, will homeport in Port Canaveral where it will offer mini cruise options. Guests can book three- and four-night cruises to The Bahamas, including stops at Ocean Cay. Seven-night sailings are also available, featuring additional stops in Cozumel and Costa Maya in Mexico.

Lastly, MSC Virtuoso will homeport in Fort-de-France, Martinique from where it will embark on back-to-back seven-night Central and Southern Caribbean itineraries. Ports include Guadeloupe, the Virgin Islands, St. Maarten, Saint Kitts and Nevis, Antigua & Barbuda, Saint Vincent & The Grenadines, Barbados, Grenada and Saint Lucia.


The Arabian Sea

Embarking from Dubai, United Arab Emirates, MSC Cruises’ latest flagship, MSC Euribia, will make its debut in the region, offering seven-night sailings with stops in Abu Dhabi, the island of Sir Bani Yas, Doha in Qatar, and Manama in Bahrain. 


The Mediterranean Sea

The groundbreaking MSC World Europa, known for its ultra-modern design and wide array of entertainment, culinary and leisure experiences, will set sail from Genoa, Italy every Sunday for a seven-night Mediterranean voyage that explores such hotspots as Rome (Civitavecchia) and Sicily (Messina), Valleta in Malta, Barcelona and Marseille.


Northern Europe

MSC Preziosa will offer seven-night cruises departing every Sunday from Hamburg, Germany. Guests will explore such enchanting destinations as Bruges and Brussels (Zeebrugge), Belgium; Rotterdam, The Netherlands; Paris (Le Havre), France; and London (Southampton), UK, on Fridays. Extended stays are available in each port. Additionally, one 21-night cruise from Southampton will depart on Jan. 5, 2025 to the Canary and Madeira Islands as well as Morocco.


The Red Sea

MSC Musica will offer seven-night sailings from Safaga, Egypt to: Jeddah, Saudi Arabia; Aqaba, Jordan for the ancient city of Petra; and Sharm El-Sheikh and Sokhna Port in Egypt to discover the pyramids near Cairo. Guests will return to Safaga for an opportunity to visit Luxor, famous for the ancient city of the Valley of the Kings.

All these itineraries are now on sale and available to book. For more information click here.


MSC Cruises’ private island Ocean Cay Marine Reserve


Source: Travelweek

Aug 10, 2023

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