MSC Musica will offer seven-night voyages this summer, visiting Santorini among other Greek islands
MSC Cruises now has its entire fleet of 19 cruise ships back in operation following the return of MSC Musica, which began its summer season from Monfalcone and Venice in Italy on 5 June 2022.
MSC Musica will be offering 23 seven-night voyages this summer, visiting Katakolon in Greece, the Greek islands of Crete and Santorini, and Bari in Italy.
“We are so proud to see our entire fleet back at sea,” said Achille Staiano, vice president of global sales at MSC Cruises. “It has been a challenge given the pandemic onshore but our industry-leading health and safety protocol has put us in a position of strength and confidence, whereby all of our vessels are now at sea to give our travel agent partners and their customers what they want: relaxing, enjoyable and, above all else, safe cruise holidays."
Following the pandemic, MSC Grandiosa was the first ship of the MSC fleet to return to operation in August 2020. MSC Virtuosa and MSC Seashore expanded the fleet in 2021 and the brand will welcome two further ships at the end of 2022, MSC Seascape and MSC World Europa.
MSC Cruises will offer voyages across the West Mediterranean, East Mediterranean, Northern Europe, North America and the Middle East throughout this summer.
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