MSC Cruises, the world’s largest cruise line company with over 150 ships sailing to more than 1000 destinations has confirmed that all of its vessels will be in operation during summer 2022. The news follows MSC Cruises’ announcement last month that it would cease operations on 22nd May due to a lack of funding following a number of security breaches and cancellations.
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MSC Cruises has confirmed that its complete 19-ship fleet would be on the water during the summer of 2022. It comes as 14 ships will be stationed in the Mediterranean, with over 40 distinct itineraries to choose from. MSC Virtuosa will return to the UK, with information on the fleet’s plans for the future year across the world. To take a cruise, all passengers will need to be vaccinated, which will result in the flexible booking policy being extended.
In 2022, the United Kingdom and Northern Europe
The cruise line’s complete fleet will be sailing again in summer 2022, with additional ships set to return to service in the Mediterranean, Northern Europe, and the United Kingdom. As MSC makes a return with all ships in operation, there will be 500 departures to select from throughout the continent.
The new MSC Virtuousa, which was just christened at a ceremony in Dubai, will be one of the main attractions of the summer season, and there will be no sailing in the United Arab Emirates or Qatar.
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In summer 2022, the Merviglia-Plus cruise ship will return to Southampton, United Kingdom, to commence voyages. The MSC Virtuosa will sail 7- to 14-night itineraries to the Norwegian Fjords, St. Petersburg (Russia), and Stockholm (Sweden), via Sweden and Denmark. Longer trips to Spain’s Canary Islands, the Mediterranean, and Norway’s North Cape, as well as 3-4 night mini-cruises, will be available aboard the ship.
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MSC Magnifica will spend the summer in Northern Europe, taking over the voyages originally scheduled for MSC Orchestra, with 10-, 11-, and 14-night cruises departing from Hamburg.
In 2022, the largest deployment in the Mediterranean will take place.
For the summer in the Mediterranean, MSC Cruises is offering more than 40 itineraries on 14 ships, making it the company’s biggest deployment ever. There are a variety of mini-cruises available, as well as lengthier cruises of up to 21 nights.
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In the summer, MSC Orchestra will embark on a brand-new route that will include frequent stops in Lisbon, Portugal. The new itinerary will last ten nights and will start in June 2022. Calls to Genoa, Marseille/Provence, Malaga, Cadiz/Seville, Alicante/Costa Blanca, and Mahon/Menorca in Spain, Lisbon in Portugal, and Olbia in Emerald Coast/Sardinia in Italy are included in the selection.
MSC Grandiosa, MSC Meraviglia, MSC Opera, MSC Splendida, MSC Seaview, and MSC Seaside will join MSC Magnifica and MSC Poesia in the Western Mediterranean next summer. In the meantime, visitors in the Eastern Mediterranean may board the MSC Musica, MSC Fantasia, MSC Sinfonia, MSC Armonia, or MSC Lirica.
All 19 MSC Cruise Ships are on the Water
The cruise line has already begun to resume operations across the world, including not just in the Mediterranean, but also in Northern Europe, the United States, and, most recently, South America.
The second half of 2021 will be followed by the second half of 2022, with boats returning to service and additional options for cruisers across the globe.
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MSC Fantasia will provide 11-night cruises from Trieste to Izmir/Ephesus or Istanbul in fall 2022. MSC Magnifica will sail from Genoa to Morocco and the Canary Islands for 11 nights. MSC Preziosa will sail on 7-night itineraries from Hamburg to the Northern Pearls, while MSC Poesia will be deployed on Mediterranean Sea mini-cruises.
MSC Seashore, the company’s flagship, will continue to sail out of PortMiami, while MSC Divina will sail out of Port Canaveral (Orlando), with both ships stopping at Ocean Cay MSC Marine Reserve in The Bahamas.
The MSC Bellissima will be stationed in Asia, providing cruises to Japan and China.
Sailings Vaccinated in 2022
Since cruise ships were permitted to sail again after an industry-wide ban in 2020 and the first half of 2021, MSC Cruises has remained at the forefront. Since August 2020, the cruise line has effectively executed its measures to ensure the safety of its passengers and staff.
The cruise operator is currently only giving sailings to vaccinated clients because to the developing pandemic, which applies to all sailings until summer 2022. As a consequence, prior to December 31, 2021, reservations will be subject to a flexible booking policy. It implies that up to 15 days before departure or 21 days before a Fly&Trip booking, passengers will be able to reschedule their cruise for free.
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