MSC Seaside to homeport at Port Canaveral

Wednesday, Apr 27, 2022 0

MSC Seaside will call Port Canaveral home from April 2023.

It will operate three and four-night cruises to Ocean Cay MSC Marine Reserve in The Bahamas, and seven-night sailings to Cozumel, Costa Maya, Belize, and Ocean Cay.

MSC Seaside was specifically designed for Caribbean cruising.

“Deploying this Seaside-class ship, speaks of MSC’s commitment to our port,” said Capt. John Murray, Port Canaveral CEO.

MSC Cruises inaugurated year-round service from Port Canaveral in 2021.  MSC Seaside will be the third MSC ship to be homeported at Port Canaveral.

MSC Divina is spending the summer sailing the Caribbean from Port Canaveral, with MSC Meraviglia taking over in October for the winter 2022-2023 season.

Built in 2017, the 153,000 gross-ton Seaside-class cruise ship has a guest capacity for 4,000 passengers at double-occupancy.

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Learn more about :   MSC Cruises ( N. America )  


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