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MSC is expanding their fleet!  Just announced, MSC will be evolving their Seaside class ships to create a new revolutionary class ‘Seaside RVO’.  This means that, with the new ships already promised, MSC is now expecting delivery of two ships per year until 2020, and then one ship per year until 2026.

MSC Seaside completed her inaugural sailing on 1 December 17 and will spend her days sailing the tropical islands of the Caribbean.  Undertaking her maiden voyage in June 2018, the MSC Seaview will spend her days sailing the seas of the Mediterranean, however will also feature some trans-Atlantic voyages, making her way between Italy and Brazil and vice versa.  Then, coming March 2019,  the MSC Bellissima set sail as one of the largest ships in the MSC Fleet, the sister to the MSC Meraviglia, transporting just under 5400 passengers between the gorgeous ports of the Mediterranean.  View all MSC Bellissima cruises,  MSC Seaside cruises or MSC Seaview cruises.

MSC Cruises from Australia and New Zealand

Just released – the MSC Magnifica will return to Australia as part of her world cruise in 2020.  This 116 night itinerary visiting 23 countries and 43 ports of call will spend time in Hobart, Wollongong, Sydney, Cairns and Darwin in March 2020.  Cabins are on sale to the public as of 23 November 2017,  with segments to be released at a later date.  Contact us to book your cabin now. (online sales are not currently permitted).

International and World Cruises

MSC Cruises is a leader in the Mediterranean cruise market and boasts the most modern fleet at sea, but with ten of its fifteen cruise ships collectively offering over one and half thousand Mediterranean cruises, where do you start? From Italy, MSC cruises from Rome with six ships varying from one to three weeks in duration visiting France, Spain, Italy and more. MSC cruises from Venice with seven night round trip itineraries encompassing Greece and Croatia. MSC also offers many other cruising options from Italy with cruises from GenoaCagliari, Sardinia, Bari, Naples and Ancona.

Elsewhere in Europe, you will find over two hundred MSC cruises from Barcelona operated by seven ships with many affordable cruises at under $100 per night plus cruises from Marseilles. MSC Cruises also provides plenty of cruising options for Northern Europe and the Baltic Sea from March through to October, with regular departures from Copenhagen, Warnemunde (Rostock/Berlin), Kiel, Hamburg, Southampton and Le Havre (for Paris). MSC Transatlantic cruises are both plentiful and affordable starting from just $70pp* per night!

Need assistance with your European itinerary? Visit our Mediterranean cruises page or Northern Europe cruises page for great advice and itinerary ideas, or visit Cruise Finder to explore all MSC Cruises or simply contact us.

Flying to Europe via the Middle East? Incorporate a stopover with a choice of round trip cruises from Dubai and Abu Dhabi on the MSC Splendida. Or if South Africa is your destination, be tempted with a range of round trip cruises from 2 to 11 nights from Durban and Cape Town .

MSC cruises in the Caribbean year round with three ships from Miami, Fort-de-France, Pointe-a-Pitre and Bridgetown plus MSC offers cruises from Havana, Cuba on board MSC Armonia and MSC Opera. During the warmer summer months of November to March, MSC has three ships operating MSC cruises in South America with departures from Rio de Janeiro, Sao Paulo and Buenos Aires.

MSC Magnifica will conduct a MSC world cruise in 2019 and MSC world cruise in 2020 departing from Genoa and visiting Melbourne.

Best Cruise Deals

View our selection of MSC cruise deals featuring MSC’s fantastic range of European sailings.  Or with many more exotic MSC cruise options available, visit cruise finder to find and book your ideal MSC cruise.