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Bookings open for MSC Seascape’s inaugural sailings

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MSC Seascape will homeport in Miami and sail the Caribbean for its inaugural season
Sales have opened for MSC Seascape, which spends its inaugural season in the Caribbean, as well as for MSC Divina and MSC Meraviglia as all three vessels homeport in Florida through winter 2022/23.

MSC Seascape

MSC Cruises’ second Seaside EVO class ship will sail two seven-night itineraries from Miami starting December 2022. The first comprises the Eastern Caribbean, with the vessel calling at Ocean Cay MSC Marine Reserve, Nassau in the Bahamas, San Juan in Puerto Rico and Puerto Plata in the Dominican Republic.

The second itinerary spans the Western Caribbean, with calls at Ocean Cay MSC Marine Reserve, Cozumel in Mexico, George Town in the Cayman Islands and Ocho Rios in Jamaica.

Currently under construction at Italy’s Fincantieri shipyard, MSC Seascape is scheduled for delivery in late November 2022.

MSC Divina

MSC Divina will deliver a programme of mixed Friday or Monday departures also from Miami, including 10-night cruises to Jamaica, Colombia, Panama, and Costa Rica or three-/four-night mini-cruises to the Bahamas calling at Nassau with an overnight at Ocean Cay MSC Marine Reserve. The vessel will also sail seven-night cruises to Belize, Honduras, Mexico, and Ocean Cay MSC Marine Reserve.

MSC Meraviglia

From October 2022, MSC Meraviglia will homeport in Port Canaveral offering a combination of mini-cruises to the Bahamas that include a visit to Ocean Cay MSC Marine Reserve, plus seven-night sailings to Cozumel and Costa Maya in Mexico, Belize, and Ocean Cay MSC Marine Reserve.

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