MSC World Europa accidents and incidents
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|18 November 2019||Other Incidents|
On November 18, 2019, the State of Qatar signed with MSC Cruises (shipowner) a 3-week charter agreement for two vessels to be used as floating hotels accommodating fans during "2022 FIFA World Cup" - an international football championship hosted in Qatar between November 20 and December 18 (2022).
Qatar's charter deal with MSC was for MSC World Europa (2022-built) and MSC Poesia (2008-built). Both ships were booked for 3-week berthing at Port Doha, with shuttle bus service connecting to Doha Metro. In October 2022, the MSC-Qatar hotel ship charter deal was extended with MSC Opera.
MSC's requirement was for a minimum of 2-night stateroom booking (through MSC Cruises or a travel agency/agent), with prices from US$470 per person/per night.
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