After five months of pause due to the extraordinary circumstances the world is still facing in connection with the COVID-19 virus, MSC Cruises is ready to resume operations in the Mediterranean Sea starting from mid-August with two cruise ships. Find out more here.
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Latest update: August 8, 2020
Cruises departing from August 16
Cruises departing from August 29
All other Mediterranean cruises until October 31 are cancelled ❌
MSC Grandiosa and MSC Magnifica will welcome back guests in the Mediterranean Sea from mid-August. For the other ships initially planned to operate in the Mediterranean, the temporary halting of operations is extended until Septeber 30, 2020.
All Caribbean cruises until October 31 are cancelled ❌
All Northern Europe cruises until October 23 are cancelled ❌
On July 6 MSC announced all cruises in Northern Europe until October 23, 2020 have been cancelled. The announcement impacts four ships, MSC Meraviglia, MSC Preziosa, MSC Splendida and MSC Poesia that were previously scheduled to sail in the region during this period.
Cruises departing from October 2 to October 28
On May 29, the Government of Canada announced that due to the COVID-19 pandemic they will be prohibiting cruise ships carrying more than 100 persons from operating in Canadian water until October 31, 2020. As a result four MSC Meraviglia cruises have been cancelled.
All Asia cruises until October 26 are cancelled ❌
November 8 cruise
No changes ✔️
November 14 cruise
All other Grand Voyages from Europe to the Caribbean, South America and South Africa are cancelled ❌
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