MSC Cruises' ship MSC Meraviglia welcomes passengers back in PortMiami Florida

   August 5, 2021 ,   Cruise Industry

MSC Meraviglia on August 3, 2021, became the latest MSC ship to return to service and welcome guests in PortMiami Florida.

This is a key milestone as part of the company’s global plan to have more than 50% of its fleet back at sea by the end of the summer, following MSC Cruises' initial restart in the Mediterranean in August last year and over the past months the return at sea of more of its liners across the Mediterranean and Northern Europe, the United Kingdom, the Red Sea and currently in the Caribbean out of USA ports.

Meraviglia is now sailing on her first 4-night Miami roundtrip to The Bahamas, visiting Nassau and Ocean Cay, where the cruise ship stays overnight to allow passengers an extended stay to discover the new private island destination.

Meraviglia's schedule includes 3- and 4-night Bahamas, plus 7-night Eastern-Western Caribbean itineraries starting September 18, 2021.

MSC Meraviglia cruise ship

MSC Divina is expected to become MSC’s 2nd liner to return to ex-USA cruising with 3-4-7-night itineraries (beginning September 16) out of Port Canaveral (Orlando, Florida) - a new homeport for MSC.

MSC’s newest flagship MSC Seashore is scheduled to arrive at homeport Miami on November 18, 2021, following the inaugural season in the Mediterranean. 

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