MSC Divina Receives CDC Approval To Resume Cruises!
MSC Divina has received CDC approval to resume cruises from Port Canaveral from September 16th!
Cruise line MSC Cruises has announced that MSC Divina has received CDC approval for Caribbean cruises.
Cruise ship MSC Divina, will be the 11th MSC Cruises to resume cruising worldwide, and the first company to cruise from the company's new port of Orlando / Port Canaveral, Florida, USA.
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In September, October and November, the liner will operate 3, 4 and 7-day cruises from Port Canaveral, and in December it will move to Miami, from where it will operate cruises of various durations in the winter season 2021-2022.
All cruises will operate in accordance with safety protocols developed by MSC Cruises, including: boarding testing, wearing masks, social distancing, enhanced sanitation and more. All routes from Florida ports will include a stop at the Ocean Cay MSC's private island in the Bahamas. It was announced that anchorage in the port will be long, from early morning until late evening, and on some routes even two days. Guests can enjoy two kilometers of pristine white sand beaches and outdoor activities including stand-up paddleboarding, kayaking, wave riding and more.
Four Gates follows all the news around the world regarding cruises and looks forward to the availability of the MSC cruise line to our citizens.
As a reminder, today MSC Cruises does not accept Ukrainian citizens on board: cruises in Europe - until the end of September, cruises in the Caribbean - until the end of October.
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