Port Canaveral (Orlando, Florida) added as new homeport for MSC Cruises

   September 18, 2021 ,   Cruise Industry

MSC's ship MSC Divina made history when she departed Port Canaveral (Orlando, Florida) on September 16 on the 3-night maiden voyage to the Bahamas and Caribbean.

Divina is the newest homeported cruise ship in Port Canaveral offering 3-, 4-, and 7-night eastern and western Caribbean itineraries.

Divina's return to commercial service not only expanded MSC’s presence in the USA to a new homeport but also marked the company’s 11th vessel to resume operations globally, after the pause due to the COVID crisis.

Potential customers planning a fall/spring sea vacation can choose from diverse voyages visiting popular destinations, including MSC’s private Bahamian island Ocean Cay.

MSC Divina cruise ship

Highlight itineraries feature:

September 2021:

  • 3-night roundtrips to Nassau and Ocean Cay (overnight)
  • 7-night roundtrips to Ocean Cay, Cozumel, and Costa Maya 
  • 4-night roundtrips to Nassau and Ocean Cay (overnight).

October 2021:

  • 7-night roundtrips to Nassau, Ocho Rios, the Cayman Island, Ocean Cay
  • 7-night roundtrips to Ocean Cay, Costa Maya, Cozumel.

The itineraries can be combined into B2Bs/back-to-back cruises with lengths 10-11-14-days.

Divina's 2021 homeporting in Port Canaveral is between Sept 16 - Nov 21, followed by homeporting in Miami.

Divina's next Port Canaveral season is in 2022 (starting on April 8th).

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