MSC updates ships itineraries
March 12, 2020

In light of the extraordinary circumstances the world is currently facing in connection with the COVID-19 virus, MSC Cruises has taken the difficult decision to temporary suspend all cruise operations at the end of their current itineraries.

 MSC has decided to further extend the halting of all its new cruise departures fleet-wide through to 29 May.

Latest update: March 31, 2020

MEDITERRANEAN

MSC Grandiosa

Cruises departing from March 14 to May 24

Cancelled ❌

MSC Seaview

Cruises departing from April 4 to May 25

Cancelled ❌

MSC Fantasia

Cruises departing from March 28 to May 23

Cancelled ❌

MSC Divina

Cruises departing from April 7 to May 23

Cancelled ❌

MSC Musica

Cruises departing from April 16 to May 24

Cancelled ❌

MSC Orchestra

Cruises departing from May 13 to May 23

Cancelled ❌

MSC Magnifica

Cruises departing from May 3 to May 29

Cancelled ❌

MSC Opera

Cruises departing from March 14 to May 24

Cancelled ❌

MSC Sinfonia

Cruises departing from April 4 to May 23

Cancelled ❌

MSC Lirica

Cruises departing from May 8 to May 22

Cancelled ❌

NORTHERN EUROPE

MSC Poesia

Cruises departing from April 21 to May 23

Cancelled ❌

MSC Preziosa

Cruises departing from April 19 to May 24

Cancelled ❌

MSC Splendida

Cruises departing from May 7 to May 28

Cancelled ❌

MSC Meraviglia

Cruises departing from May 2 to May 23

Cancelled ❌

MIDDLE EAST

MSC Lirica

Cruises departing from March 14 to April 11

Cancelled ❌

CARIBBEAN

MSC Seaside

Cruises departing from March 14 to May 23

Cancelled ❌

MSC Meraviglia

Cruises departing from March 15 to April 5

Cancelled ❌

MSC Armonia

Cruises departing from March 16 to May 24

Cancelled ❌

SOUTH AFRICA

MSC Orchestra

Cruises departing from March 20 to April 14

Cancelled ❌

ASIA

MSC Bellissima

Cruises departing from April 19 to June 12

Cancelled ❌

GRAND VOYAGES

MSC Magnifica

March 17 3rd leg World Cruise

Changed 🔀

MSC Poesia

March 29 cruise to Europe

Cancelled ❌

MSC Splendida

March 29 cruise to Northern Europe

Cancelled ❌

MSC Preziosa

April 4 cruise to Europe

Cancelled ❌

MSC Meraviglia

April 12 cruise to Europe

Cancelled ❌

MSC Lirica

April 18 cruise to Europe

Cancelled ❌

MSC Orchestra

April 18 cruise to Europe

Cancelled ❌

MSC is offering guests affected by suspension the opportunity to transfer 100% of the money paid for their cancelled vacation plus an additional generous credit benefit to a future cruise of their choice at any point through the end of 2021. This credit is refundable, valid for any period of the year and can be combined with any existing promotion.

  • €100 per cabin for cancelled cruises up to 6 nights
  • €200 for cruises of 7 nights or longer
  • between €200 and €400 per cabin based on each specific cruise for cancelled MSC Grand Voyage cruises

If not used by that date, guests will receive a full refund of the cruise fare. Guests do not need to contact their travel advisor or their local MSC Cruises contact center until they have identified a new travel date of their choice.

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