MSC Cruises Giving Compensation for Delayed Opening of New Private Island

   November 11, 2019 ,   Cruise Industry

MSC Cruises is compensating all bookings on 3 liners after delaying the opening of Ocean Cay Island (company's Caribbean private island in the Bahamas).

The newest cruise line private island was scheduled to open over the weekend and had planned 3 port stops from MSC cruise ships. However, the port calls were canceled about which MSC sent out a letter to all its affected clients.

Ocean Cay (Bahamas private island)

Compensation that passengers will be offered for the missed port call includes: each stateroom will receive US$100 in shipboard credit plus a 20% future cruise credit (of the fare that they paid) for a future voyage on MSC Cruises.

The shipboard credit is available to use anywhere onboard. Any amount unused will be refunded to passengers.

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