MSC Cruises has just announced a huge list of itineraries across the Mediterranean, Northern Europe and the USA for their northern hemisphere summer 2023 cruise program.
Exciting developments include the MSC World Europa, the first liquefied natural gas-powered ship for the cruise line, is confirmed to be visiting Italy, Malta, Spain and France on a series of seven-night itineraries.
MSC Seascape, another new addition to the fleet will rather be out in the Caribbean, offering seven-night sailings from Miami, taking special calls to Ocean Cay, MSC’s own private island in the Bahamas. As well as this, Seascape will stop off in Puerto Rico, the Dominican Republic, Mexico, the Cayman Islands and Jamaica.
As far as the rest of the sailings, as you’d expect there’s a plethora of ships sailing across the Western and Eastern Mediterranean, as well as further sailings across North America and the Caribbean.
Five ships will sail in the Western Mediterranean with calls in destinations like Barcelona, Cadiz, Lisbon, Naples, Ibiza and more. Six vessels will take up residence in the Eastern Mediterranean, paying visits to Mykonos, Dubrovnik, Siracusa, Kotor and plenty more.
Further north in Europe there’s five ships sailing across countries like Norway, the UK, Germany, Iceland, Ireland and more. Or across the ocean there are also four ships sailing across the USA and the Caribbean.
Most itineraries are shorter, but there are a few select cruises going up to 11-nights in length.
MSC has also recently begun selling for its 2024 MSC World Cruise, that sets off on January 4, 2024 for 121-days of adventure.