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CANCELS THREE ‘GRAND VOYAGE’

17/1/2024 MSC CRUISES CANCELS THREE ‘GRAND VOYAGE’ SAILINGS IN APRIL TO AVOID TRANSIT THROUGH THE RED SEA Geneva, Switzerland, 17 January 2024 - MSC Cruises has cancelled three repositioning ‘Grand Voyage’ sailings in April from South Africa and the United Arab Emirates (UAE) to Europe because of the risk to shipping in the Red Sea.Ongoing attacks on merchant vessels in the region has obliged the company to cancel a 24-night [...]

Galveston new home port

11/1/2024 MSC CRUISES FURTHER EXPANDS U.S FOOTPRINT WITH OPENING OF NEW HOME PORT - GALVESTON, TEXAS • MSC Cruises adds fourth U.S home port – Galveston in Texas, further expanding its choice of itineraries and ships from U.S ports • Departures begin November 2025 with seven-night sailings on MSC Seascape – now available to book • Destinations highlights include Costa Maya and Cozumel (Mexico) and Isla de Roatan (Honduras) [...]

New Brand Campaign 2024

01/01/2024 DISCOVER THE BEAUTY OF CRUISING WITH MSC CRUISES AS THE LINE ROLLS OUT NEW GLOBAL BRAND CAMPAIGN “FOR A GREATER BEAUTY” MSC Cruises launches new global integrated marketing campaign – “For a greater beauty” – across more than 30 countries starting today Campaign captures the essence of a holiday with MSC Cruises, celebrating human connection, unforgettable experiences and outstanding destinations Guests looking to discover the beauty of cruising this year can choose [...]

MSC World Europa connets shore power

18/12/2023 MSC WORLD EUROPA SUCCESSFULLY CONNECTS TO SHORE POWER FOR THE FIRST TIME IN THE MEDITERRANEAN SEA MSC Cruises continues to advance its commitment to environmental sustainability by successfully connecting MSC World Europa to shore power in the port of Valletta, Malta – the first operational shore power facility in the Mediterranean. Geneva, Switzerland, 18 December 2023 – MSC Cruises continues to advance its commitment to environmental sustainability by successfully [...]

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