MSC Seaside leaves Miami Florida to offer Mediterranean itineraries from Genoa, Italy

   June 8, 2020 ,   Cruise Industry

MSC Cruises announced that its newbuild liner MSC Seaside will be leaving America to be deployed in the Mediterranean (Europe) and homeported in Genoa Italy.

Beginning summer 2021, MSC Divina will be homeported in Port Canaveral Florida operating on 3- to 7-night roundtrips with departures on Thursdays and Sundays. MSC is hoping that the new homeport would encourage customers to combine land-and-sea adventures. Port Canaveral is the cruise port to Orlando City - one of the country's most popular travel destinations and also considered Walt Disney's "capital city".

Cruisers can book 3- or 4-night roundtrips on MSC Divina before or after a stop at Walt Disney World, while still staying within the 7-day range of a vacation.

Meanwhile, MSC Armonia and MSC Meraviglia will also be homeported in Florida - at PortMiami. All voyages will visit MSC's private island Ocean Cay. Meraviglia will operate 7-night cruises departing on Saturdays, while Armonia will operate 3- and 4-night cruises departing on Mondays and Fridays.

MSC Seaside cruise ship

In summer 2021, MSC Seaside relocates to Europe (Western Mediterranean). The still-under-construction ship MSC Seashore will be also deployed in the Mediterranean, after joining the fleet on August 1, 2021.

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