MSC Cruises’ MSC Magnifica restarts sailings in West and East Mediterranean

   October 20, 2020 ,   Cruise Industry

MSC Cruises' ship MSC Magnifica departed from Genoa, Italy on Monday, October 19, and became the second vessel of the line to welcome passengers back onboard since MSC restarted operations back in August.

Magnifica commenced a 10-night cruise in the West and East Mediterranean Sea with scheduled calls at Livorno, Messina Sicily, Piraeus-Athens, Katakolon-Olympia, Valletta Malta and Civitavecchia-Rome, before sailing back to Port Genoa.

The liner will operate 6 long Mediterranean voyages before the end of 2020, including a special 8-night Christmas cruise that will depart from Genoa on December 18.

MSC Magnifica cruise ship

With convenient embarkation in the 4 Italian ports during the 10-night voyage - Genoa, Livorno, Messina, Civitavecchia, the itinerary is easily accessible for passengers residing in the Schengen countries who are able to book the cruise in the initial phase of operations.

MSC Grandiosa already offers 7-night voyages with embarkation in the Italian ports of Genoa, Rome (Civitavecchia), Naples, Palermo together with visits to Valletta.

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