MSC reveals line-up of summer, winter Caribbean cruises

MSC reveals line-up of summer, winter Caribbean cruises

Friday, 03 May, 2024 0

MSC Cruises has unveiled its full program of Caribbean cruises for summer 2024 and winter 2024/2025.

Four ships will offer a range of itineraries departing from Miami, New York and Port Canaveral to The Bahamas, Dominican Republic, Jamaica, Cayman Islands, Martinique, Mexico and more.

Summer Caribbean cruises range from three to seven nights with two ships based out of PortMiami – MSC Magnifica and MSC Seascape.

MSC Meraviglia will set sail from New York on seven-night itineraries with port of calls in Port Canaveral, Nassau and Ocean Cay MSC Marine Reserve.

MSC Seashore offers three to seven-night sailings from Port Canaveral to destinations including Nassau, Ocean Cay MSC Marine Reserve, Costa Maya and Cozumel.

For winter Caribbean cruises, there is a choice of six MSC ships from Miami, New York Port Canaveral and Martinique.

Three ships will offer sailings out of PortMiami such as MSC Divina sailing three to four-night itineraries to Nassau and Ocean Cay MSC Marine Reserve.

There are also longer 10-night itineraries to Aruba, Curaçao and Dominican Republic.

MSC Seascape will offer seven-night cruises to the Eastern Caribbean including the Dominican Republic, Puerto Rico, and Ocean Cay MSC Marine Reserve, and to the Western Caribbean including  Jamaica, Cayman Islands, and Mexico.

MSC Seaside will offer seven-night cruises, alternating between the Eastern and Western Caribbean.

MSC Meraviglia will homeport this winter in New York, with itineraries of seven-nights to Orlando, Nassau, The Bahamas and Ocean Cay MSC Marine Reserve.

MSC Seashore will sail from Port Canaveral and MSC Virtuosa from Martinique.

MSC World America, MSC Cruises’ newest US flagship is set to enter service in April 2025.


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