Based in Brazil will be MSC Armonia, MSC Fantasia, MSC Seaview plus MSC Seashore, which makes its South America debut. MSC Musica will be based in Argentina.
Remarked Achille Staiano, VP global sales, MSC Cruises, ‘Our 2022/2023 season will offer more than 146,000 cabins, a 41% growth compared to the current season with three ships and 25% higher than the 2019/20 season – the last full cruise season before the pandemic halted the travel sector.
'This demonstrates our commitment to South America and further reinforces our leadership position in the cruise sector in Brazil and throughout the continent.’
Making regular calls in Uruguay will be MSC Seaview, MSC Fantasia, MSC Armonia and MSC Musica.
Around the world cruise
MSC Magnifica will visit destinations in Brazil, Argentina, Uruguay, Chile and Peru as part of its 117-day world cruise in 2023.