On the other hand, those who want to be sure to leave and book a cruise for the autumn-winter can take advantage of the offers. There are cruises starting from 349 euros per person with the special “Happy Winter” rates. In addition, flexibility will remain active for a long time and an advance of 50 euros per person can be paid by paying for the trip 48 hours before departure.
MSC Cruises offers those interested from canceled cruises a Future Cruise Credit (FCC) with which it is possible to transfer the entire amount of the booked and paid trip to a new cruise of your choice on any ship and for any itinerary until the end of 2021. In plus, guests will receive a credit to use on board.
Those who have booked a cruise scheduled between 1 August and 31 October 2020, will be able to enjoy the extension of the “Flexible Cruise Program”, which allows you to reschedule the cruise to a future departure date until 31 December 2021. reprogramming up to 48 hours before departure is valid for ‘Cruise only’ packages or, for ‘Cruise + Flight’ packages, up to 96 hours before flight departure. CHi ìno is still gone and waiting for the right opportunity to spend your voucher you can think of one of these discounted cruises.
MSC Virtuosa will sail in November for a seven-day Mediterranean tour. Boarding is from Genoa, Civitavecchia and Palermo and the ports of Valletta, Barcelona and Marseille will touch each other.
The Seaview, the largest ship ever built in Italy, however, will remain positioned in the Middle East. The cruise will depart in December from Dubai (United Arab Emirates) or Doha (Qatar) for a trip that will touch the Emirate of Abu Dhabi, the island of Sir Bani Yas Is and Bahrain. Of course, the cost of the flight must be added to the price of the cruise.
Always starting from less than 350 euros per person you can sail between the Caribbean islands. The MSC Seaside, the beautiful crystal floor ship that departs from Miami in November, will take a seven-day cruise between Ocho Rios (Jamaica), George Town in the Cayman Islands, the island of Cozumel in Mexico and the private island of Ocean Cay in the Bahamas. Here too we must add the flight to Miami.
And then there are the cruises of 2021, the year in which new ships currently under construction will also be launched – the MSC Virtuosa and the Seashore – and new itineraries. Seashore will enter service from August 1, 2021, with a slight delay compared to what was initially expected, due to the temporary closure of the shipyard for the Covid-19 pandemic. The ship will have the highest ratio of outdoor spaces per guest of any ship in the fleet and will offer the popular itinerary of the “Six Pearls” which will leave from Genoa, Naples or Messina to head to Valletta (Malta), Barcelona (Spain) and Marseille (France).
From 8 May the brand new Virtuoso will take off and spend its first summer season with cruises from 7 to 14 nights departing from Kiel (Germany) and from Copenhagen (Denmark), alternating itineraries towards the fjords of the Norwegian west coast and the Baltic capitals.
Among the new itineraries that will start in 2021 are Tunisia, Ireland, Iceland and the North Cape.
In the past few months, cruise lines have made significant investments to ensure safe and innovative cruises. So the time has come to set sail.