MSC Cruises is sending their new cruise ship, MSC Seashore, to the Cruise Capital of the World, PortMiami in November 2021. The ship will offer seven night cruises to the Eastern and Western Caribbean.
As the first of two enriched Seaside EVO Class ships, MSC Seashore has been enhanced with extended public spaces, more staterooms and the highest ratio of outdoor space per guest of any cruise ship in the cruise line’s fleet.
MSC Armonia will sail three, four, and seven night cruises to the Bahamas and Caribbean. Select sailings will include an overnight stay on the cruise line’s new private island in the Bahamas, Ocean Cay.
MSC Divina will start off the season sailing out of Port Canaveral before repositioning to Miami in December 2021. The ship will offer a range of itineraries with three and four night short cruises to Ocean Cay and Nassau in The Bahamas, and a variety of different seven night itineraries and extended 11-night cruises.
MSC Meraviglia will sail from Port Canaveral for the first time offering a combination short cruises that will range from three to four days as well as six to eight night sailings.
Nearly all itineraries out of Florida will include a stop at MSC’s private island Ocean Cay.
MSC Cruises’ winter 2021/2022 program offers something for every type of traveler — those looking for a short getaway, families looking to enjoy the holidays together or adventurers seeking longer trips to discover new destinations.
Through January 3, 2021, guests looking to book their future cruise getaway can enjoy up to 50% off, plus Kids Sail Free on select sailings, to The Bahamas, Caribbean, Mediterranean, or Northern Europe. View Prices on Cruises on MSC
In addition, with MSC Cruises’ Total CruiseFlex, cruisers have the flexibility to reschedule their booked cruise up to 48 hours before their departure to any ship and any sail date departing before April 30, 2022.