MSC Cruises announces the opening of sales for winter 2024/2025 with more than 150 new departures worldwide. A program that covers all continents, with a range of proposals ranging from the most classic destinations to discoveries, from mini-cruises to longer itineraries.
In the Caribbean Six ships will be positioned, with a wide range of routes departing from Miami, Port Canaveral (Orlando), New York and other ports. Msc Meraviglia will depart from New York, while Msc Seascape will weigh anchor every Saturday from Miami, for seven-day cruises in the Eastern Caribbean and stopovers in the Dominican Republic, Puerto Rico and Ocean Cay. Traveling to the Western Caribbean will be an opportunity to visit Jamaica, the Cayman Islands, Mexico and Ocean Cay again.
Also in the Caribbean, the MSC Seaside will offer 7-night cruises departing from Miami. Base in Miami also for MSC Divina, with itineraries of 3 to 10 nights.
Then on to the Southern Caribbean for MSC Virtuosa, which will call at Fort-de-France, Martinique; from there, the ship will leave for seven nights to discover Guadeloupe, the Virgin Islands, Saint Martin, Saint Kitts and Nevis, Antigua and Barbuda, then again Saint Vincent and -the Grenadines, Barbados, Grenada and Saint Lucia.
In the United Arab EmiratesMSC Euribia will debut from Dubai on 7-night voyages with stops also in Abu Dhabi and Sir Bani Yas Island and a stopover in Doha, the capital of Qatar.
In Egypt, MSC Musica will depart from Safaga with stops in Luxor, Jeddah in Saudi Arabia, Aqaba in Jordan and Sharm el Sheikh.
In Mediterranean, the MSC World Europa, the first “futuristic” world-class ship, will depart from Genoa every Sunday, for a 7-night itinerary with departures also from Civitavecchia and Messina for Valletta, Barcelona and Marseille.
Finally, the MSC Preziosa will then depart every Sunday from Hamburg with stops in Bruges and Brussels, Rotterdam, Paris and finally London. On January 5, 2025, the ship will embark on a 21-night cruise from Southampton to visit the Canary Islands and Madeira, as well as Morocco.