MSC Cruises collaborating with agents to promote MICE events at sea

Thursday, 15 Sep, 2022 0

MSC Cruises is tapping travel agents to boost meetings, incentives, conferences and events (MICE) business for the line’s winter 2022/23 season and into summer 2023. 

MSC Cruises’ commercial teams will engage with travel agents throughout September to explain the attractions and benefits for MICE clients onboard the line’s fleet of ships.

Antonio Paradiso, Managing Director, UK & Ireland, MSC Cruises said, “Our ships have great advantages over hotels and resorts as venues for MICE venues, no matter the size and scale of the business.”

“There are many more options for food and beverage, an array of different entertainment attractions of course, different destinations to explore and discover.”

Each ship has itsown theatre, conference rooms, dining rooms, bars and lounges that can all be branded and adapted to a MICE client’s needs.

Each MSC Cruises’ also has an Events Manager.

Paradiso added, “Following the MICE market’s very challenging past 24 months we are really looking forward to play our part and help our network of agents to offer some incredible opportunities for their clients.”



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Learn more about :   MSC Cruises ( N. America )     MSC Cruises ( United Kingdom )  

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