MSC Cruises Sailing Into 2024-2025
MSC Cruises has opened sales for its Winter 2024/25 season sailings, offering an array of itineraries across various destinations — from established favourites to new hotspots, short mini cruises to enriching long cruises, the varied options span across hemispheres, ensuring there is something for everyone.
Details on its Winter 2024/25 sailing programs in South America, Southern Africa and the Far East will be released shortly.
North America and The Caribbean
MSC Meraviglia will continue its sailings from New York, with a wide range of itineraries spanning seven to 11 nights to the Caribbean, including Orlando (port of Port Canaveral); Nassau, The Bahamas; and MSC Cruises’ private island Ocean Cay MSC Marine Reserve.
MSC Seascape will set sail every Saturday from Miami, offering seven-night cruises to the Eastern Caribbean (Dominican Republic, Puerto Rico, and Ocean Cay) and Western Caribbean (Jamaica, Cayman Islands, Mexico, and Ocean Cay).
Every Sunday, MSC Seaside 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).
MSC Divina will also be based out of Miami, with each cruise including a visit to Ocean Cay, across an array of three to 10-night itineraries. Longer sailings will take guests to enchanting destinations such as Jamaica, Aruba, Curaçao, Dominican Republic and The Bahamas.
MSC Seashore will homeport in Port Canaveral, near Orlando, from where it will offer further mini cruise options. Guests can indulge in 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.
MSC Virtuosa will homeport in Fort-de-France, Martinique. From there, it will embark on back-to-back seven-night Central and Southern Caribbean itineraries. It will visit ports including 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 (UAE), MSC Cruises’ latest flagship MSC Euribia will make its debut in the region, offering seven-night sailings, including stops in Abu Dhabi, the island of Sir Bani Yas, also UAE; up-and-coming Doha, Qatar; and Manama in Bahrain.
The Mediterranean Sea
MSC World Europa sets sail from Genoa, Italy, every Sunday for a seven-night Mediterranean adventure that will give guests the opportunity to explore European hotspots such as Rome (port of Civitavecchia) and Sicily (port of Messina), in Italy; Valletta, Malta; Barcelona, Spain and Marseille, France.
MSC Preziosa will offer seven-night cruises departing every Sunday from Hamburg, Germany. Guests will explore destinations such as Bruges and Brussels (port of Zeebrugge), Belgium; Rotterdam, The Netherlands; Paris (port of Le Havre), France; and finally, London (port of Southampton), UK, on Fridays. With extended stays in each port, holidaymakers can make the most of their time ashore.
Additionally, one 21-night long cruise from Southampton to visit the Canary and Madeira Islands, as well as Morocco, will depart on Jan. 5, 2025.
MSC Musica will offer seven-night sailings from Safaga, Egypt to Jeddah, Saudi Arabia; Aqaba, Jordan for the ancient city of Petra; Sharm El-Sheikh and Sokhna Port to discover the pyramids near Cairo, allowing a host of options for guests to discover culture and astonishingly beautiful destinations to expand their horizons before returning 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, available to book here.
For more, sail on over to www.msccruises.ca .