MSC Cruises has introduced a new shipboard property management system to create a seamless link between its shoreside operations and fleet of ships.
The line said the deal was a sign of its long-term commitment to support the development of the local tourism sector by operating cruises in the Red Sea and Arabian Gulf.
The cruise division of MSC Group has officially taken delivery of its new flagship MSC Seashore. The vessel is the largest cruise ship to be built in Italy.
MSC Cruises has confirmed the naming ceremony for its newest flagship, MSC Virtuosa, will take place in Dubai on November 27th. The event will be hosted at Mina Rashid.
MSC Cruises has confirmed MSC Bellissima will sail 21 Red Sea voyages from Jeddah, the commercial hub of Saudi Arabia, between the end of July and late October.
The facility will be made up of a multi-level central body to serve as many as three latest generation ships at the same time, with up to 36,000 travellers transiting every day.
MSC Cruises has launched its northern European summer season, with the departure of MSC Seaview from the German port of Kiel. The vessel will sail a number of seven-night cruises in the Baltic Sea.
The first steel for the upcoming MSC Euribia was cut earlier at Chantiers de l’Atlantique in Saint Nazaire. Set to come into service in mid-2023, the ship will become the 22nd in MSC Cruises’ fleet.
A traditional coin ceremony for MSC Cruises’ second Seaside-class ship was held earlier at the Fincantieri shipyard in Monfalcone, where the keel was laid.
The MSC Group has announced its entry into the luxury cruise market with the launch of a new brand, Explora Journeys. Built by Fincantieri, the first of four luxury ships will set sail in 2023.
MSC Meraviglia will kick off MSC Cruises’ restart starting August 2nd, with three- and four-night cruises from Miami to the Bahamas and Ocean Cay MSC Marine Reserve.
The MSC Virtuosa left Liverpool earlier this week for a seven-night cruise, with planned stops in Greenock in Inverclyde, as well as Belfast, Southampton and the Isle of Portland.