With the beginning of 2020, we are able to unveil the MSC Cruises 2021 summer season, which will see the presence of 5 ships located in the Eastern Mediterranean, 5 in the Western Mediterranean, 5 in Northern Europe, 3 in the Caribbean area and one in Asia.
Let’s go on with the details of this summer season deployment.
04 June 2020: this page is under updating with new 2021 summer season deployment programme
MSC Seashore 🆕
MSC’s key market will be manned by five of the largest cruise ships of the fleet, including the flagship sister ship MSC Grandiosa and the first Seaside EVO ship MSC Seashore within maiden season.
Probably 2021 will be the year with largest beds availability in cruise line’s history of the Mediterranean summer season, more than 20 thousand per week. The ships will call in 8 Italian ports, two French, one Maltese and three Spanish, with no new entry for this year.
MSC Magnifica ⭐️
The stretched MSC Magnifica will be deployed in northern Europe, based in Southampton and dedicated to the United Kingdom market.
The 24 sailings from the british port beginning in May and ending in October will see the introduction of cruises ranging from 2 to 14 nights with brand new varied itineraries (here only three examples are showed) encompassing Canary Islands & Madeira, the Mediterranean, Northern Europe and the Baltic Capitals.
The other four ships will offer a large amount of itinearies from Kiel, Copenhagen and Warnemünde to Baltic Sea, Fjords, North Cape, Iceland and Greenland. Scroll slideshows to see all itinearies.
MSC Meraviglia and MSC Divina will continue to offer sailings to the Caribbean from Miami and Port Canaveral to both Western and Eastern Caribbean destinations (here only some examples are showed).
After the maiden season from the port of Tampa, MSC Armonia during summer will sail short cruises from Miami.
MSC Bellissima will be deployed in Asia starting from Spring 2020 becoming MSC Cruises’ newest flagship for the region.
While the ship will be mostly based in Shanghai to serve the Chinese home market, she will also offer a number of sailings (here only three examples are showed) from Japan as well as some cruises reserved for international guests.
2021 summer cruises are now available for booking on MSC Cruises website
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