MSC Cruises cancels sailings through November 30

   October 8, 2020 ,   Cruise Industry

MSC Cruises joined other cruise companies in cancelling most November 2020 sailings including all voyages from the USA to the Caribbean and Bahamas due to the Coronavirus (COVID-19) crisis.

MSC cancelled the November sailings on MSC Armonia, MSC Meraviglia and MSC Seaside, through and to November 30.

MSC also cancelled all itineraries in the Mediterranean and the Far East through and including November 30, with the exception of MSC Magnifica and MSC Grandiosa. The two liners are sailing in the Mediterranean with passengers from Schengen countries only.

MSC Magnifica is scheduled to resume sailings on October 19 while MSC Grandiosa is currently on her 7th consecutive 7-night voyage in the Western Mediterranean. For the initial phase of the restart of operations, MSC Cruises continue to only welcome passengers who are residents in Schengen countries.

MSC Grandiosa cruise ship

Any customers who booked through MSCCruisesUSA will have the following sailings cancelled:

  • MSC Magnifica through December 18
  • MSC Grandiosa through December 20, 2020.

MSC Cruises USA provides a 125% Future Cruise Credit (FCC) of the original fare paid to be used on sailing on/before December 31, 2021. The FCC will be sent in November by email for all impacted cruises.

Guests may choose to receive a 100% refund of the cruise fare instead of the FCC.

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