MSC Grandiosa was the first large cruise ship to resume cruises in Europe this past fall. The cruise line temporarily paused sailings over the holidays due to a decree from the Italian government preventing access to ports.
MSC Cruises’ flagship will resume her planned weekly cruises leaving every Sunday from Genoa and calling the Italian ports of Civitavecchia, Naples, Palermo and Valetta in Malta, with embarkation available in each port in Italy starting on January 24.
MSC Grandiosa will offer these itineraries until March 21, after which she will remain in the Western Mediterranean to offer cruises from the summer program with a new itinerary.
From February 14, MSC Magnifica will also resume her operation departing from Genoa for 11-night cruises designed to enable guests to discover the West and Eastern Mediterranean in Italy, Greece and Malta.