MSC Cruises to homeport its MSC Seashore ship to Port Canaveral in 2023

   October 8, 2022 ,   Cruise Industry

MSC Cruises announced it will homeport one of the fleet's biggest ships to Port Canaveral/Orlando (Florida USA) in 2023, providing new opportunities for passengers to experience the line’s latest vision for enhanced cruising in the Caribbean.

MSC Seashore will be homeported in Port Canaveral beginning winter 2023-2024 as part of MSC's expansion in the USA featuring a record fleet of 5 liners.

Seashore will operate a mix of 7-night Western Caribbean itineraries plus mini-cruises to The Bahamas. This is the first time a "Seaside EVO" class MSC boat sails from Port Canaveral. The homeporting will provide the MSC USA fans with the opportunity to book shorter voyages to enjoy the ship’s impressive range of amenities.

Itinerary highlights include:

  • Short cruises of 2-4 nights visiting Nassau and Ocean Cay Bahamas
  • 5-night Western Caribbean cruises visiting Costa Maya Mexico and Ocean Cay
  • 6-night Western Caribbean cruises visiting Cozumel and Costa Maya (Mexico) plus Ocean Cay
  • 7-night Western Caribbean cruises visiting various combinations of Belize City, Costa Maya, Cozumel, Nassau, Ocean Cay.

MSC Seashore cruise ship

MSC Seascape will offer Eastern & Western Caribbean 7-night cruises following her inaugural voyage from PortMiami Florida later this year. She will be joined in PortMiami by MSC Divina, which is expected to offer everything from 3-night trips to the Bahamas, to 11-night voyages through Central & South America.

MSC Magnifica is due to join the US fleet and sail short voyages to Key West FL and The Bahamas.

From NYC New York,MSC Meraviglia will sail to Florida-Bahamas and Bermuda after completing the inaugural season in Northeast USA with voyages to Florida-Bahamas and Canada-New England. Like every MSC USA ship, Meraviglia's itineraries visit MSC's private island Ocean Cay.