MSC Cruises extends pause and modernizes program for 2021!
Cruise line MSC Cruises announced that it is extending the temporary stop of its cruise operations until July 31, 2020.
In addition, the cruise line has confirmed its itinerary schedule for March-November 2021, which will include two new ships currently under construction, a number of new and unique itineraries, and a new home port for MSC Divina, Port Canaveral.
Gianni Onorato, CEO of MSC Cruises: “Today we made the difficult decision to further suspend all our ships, but it is very important to look positively towards the future, as we know that our clients dream of travel and already want to plan. your vacation for next year. For this reason, we today confirm the route grid for March-November 2021. Our ships will return to their voyages as soon as the time is right, in stages and by region, making sure to follow the guidance of the relevant national and international health authorities, and to support new protocols specifically focused on health and safety. ”
MSC Meraviglia will offer 7 night cruises from Miami departing every Saturday, while the classic and charming MSC Armonia will offer 3 and 4 night cruises also departing from Miami and calling on the private island Ocean Cay MSC Marine Reserve.
MSC Divina will depart for the first time from Port Canaveral and will offer 3, 4 and 7 night cruises starting on Sundays and Thursdays.
For the first time in the entire cruise history, all 3 Seaside class vessels will be simultaneously located in the Western Mediterranean. The new flagship MSC Seashore will offer the popular classic Six Pearls route, which includes Genoa, Naples, Messina, Valletta, Barcelona and Marseille. He will be joined by twin brothers MSC Seaside and MSC Seaview on weeklong cruises.
MSC will also return to Tunisia in August - MSC Fantasia will operate 7 night cruises from Genoa, calling at Marseille, Barcelona, Palermo, Civitavecchia, and the port of Halk el Oued (La Goulette) in Tunisia.
MSC Poesia will offer cruises from 9 to 12 nights at the end of summer with calls to Morocco, the Canary Islands, Madeira, the Greek Islands and Israel.
MSC Lirica will spend summer 2021 in the Adriatic Sea, starting its cruises from Venice and Trieste and en route to Zadar, Dubrovnik, Split, Kotor and the island of Corfu. He will be accompanied by MSC Musica, MSC Orchestra, MSC Opera and MSC Sinfonia, which will also offer weekly routes from Venice to the Greek Islands, Montenegro and Croatia.
The new MSC Virtuosa will spend its first summer season in Northern Europe, offering cruises ranging from 7 to 14 nights, alternating between the Norwegian fjords and the Baltic capitals. The MSC Splendida will also be in the same region, offering cruises for 7, 10, 11 and 14 nights.
MSC Magnifica will cruise from Southampton - 7 nights in the Norwegian fjords, 14 nights in the Baltic Capitals and in August in the Mediterranean, 12 nights in the Canary Islands and 7 nights in the Northern Pearls with calls to Hamburg, Rotterdam, Zeebrugge, and Le Havre.
MSC Preziosa will offer itineraries from Hamburg for 9 to 14 nights with visits to Ireland, Iceland, North Cape and Svalbard.
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