MSC’s second World Cruise departs from Genoa
January 5, 2020

MSC Cruises has wished ‘Bon voyage’ to guests aboard MSC Magnifica as she departed from Genoa today for the Company’s second World Cruise.

Guests will discover the world without having to unpack their suitcase during their 117-day trip of a lifetime. Crossing six continents, calling at 43 unique destinations in 25 countries. Unlike the first voyage, this will be characterized by the passage of Cape Horn, the southernmost point of South America, where Pacific and Atlantic meet in the Land of Fire.

In addition the World Cruise will be also a true gastronomic journey through a uniquely international onboard dining programme from ten award-wining chefs from around the globe representing the very best of their respective cuisines from Spain, Brazil, Argentina, Columbia, Peru, Hawaii, China, India and Germany.

The chefs will join the cruise at different intervals to prepare a complete menu from three to four dishes for guests. These special menus have been created to reflect the chef’s culinary flair and bring flavours of the world cruise destinations to life. During each exclusive dinner, the chefs will be on hand to greet the guests in person, while they enjoy their dishes. If that wasn’t enough, guests will also be able to take part in a culinary demonstration held by most of the chefs, giving them the opportunity to see them in action and learn how to prepare newly discovered cuisines once back on land.

The impressive line-up of chefs includes Ramón Freixa, Allan Vila Espejo, Christophe Krywonis, Jorge Rausch, James Berckemeyer, Roy Yamaguchi, Serge Dansereau, Jereme Leung, Vikas Khanna and Harald Wohlfahrt.

Click on the banner below to check MSC Magnifica’s position during the World Cruise!

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