MSC Cruises Announces Cuba Season

Italy-based MSC Cruises, the world’s largest privately-owned global cruise line, announced details of its upcoming Cuba season today. From December 2015, the 2,120-guest MSC Opera will homeport in Havana to offer guests 16 Caribbean cruises, replacing the ship’s original winter 2015-16 schedule in the Canary Islands, Madeira and Morocco.   Cuba, Jamaica, Cayman Islands and Mexico The … Continue reading

MSC Cruises Announces Unprecedented South America Deployment

Italian cruise line MSC Cruises is increasing its presence in South America with the announcement that the MSC Magnifica will be deployed to the region for the 2012/2013 season. Arriving in Santos in November 2012, the 2,550-guest vessel will replace the MSC Armonia and take her place alongside sister ships MSC Fantasia, MSC Musica and MSC Orchestra to operate short voyages through March … Continue reading

MSC Cruises Christens MSC Magnifica In Hamburg

MSC Cruises has christened the latest addition to its fleet, the 2,518-guest MSC Magnifica. The fourth Musica-class cruise ship for the line, she was named in an elaborate ceremony in Hamburg, Germany, by her godmother, Italian screen legend Sophia Loren. The celebrations paid tribute to the vessel’s future homeport of Venice with a carnival atmosphere … Continue reading

MSC Cruises’ 2009-2010 Caribbean Season To Feature MSC Poesia

MSC Cruises has announced a new 2009-2010 Caribbean program featuring the MSC Poesia. The ship, which joined the MSC Cruises fleet in spring 2008, will sail itineraries of 3-, 5-, 7-, 8- and 10-nights throughout the Caribbean Sea and to Bermuda during the winter season before returning to Europe in spring 2010.   MSC Poesia … Continue reading