MSC Cruises opened sales for MSC Seascape - the fleet's second "Seaside EVO" class liner currently under construction at Fincantieri's shipyard in Monfalcone Italy and due to be delivered in late November 2022.
The ship will be homeported in Miami Florida USA (starting December 2022) for the inaugural Caribbean season. Seascape is expected to further enrich the strong offering for MSC customers in the region.
MSC Seascape will sail on 2 different 7-night itineraries leaving roundtrip out of PortMiami:
- "Eastern Caribbean" visiting Bahamas (MSC Ocean Cay and Nassau), San Juan Puerto Rico and Puerto Plata Dominicana
- "Western Caribbean" visiting Ocean Cay, Cozumel Mexico, George Town Grand Cayman and Ocho Rios Jamaica.
Sales are also open for the other couple of MSC's boats that are due to sail out of the United States in the Caribbean next winter. MSC Divina will be homeported in PortMiami Florida with a new program of mixed Friday/Monday departures including:
- 10-night to Colombia, Jamaica, Panama, and Costa Rica
- 3- or 4-night mini-cruises to The Bahamas visiting Nassau with an Ocean Cay overnight
- 7-night roundtrips to Ocean Cay, Belize, Honduras, and Mexico.
- Mini-cruises to Bahamas (all visit Ocean Cay)
- 7-night cruises that include Cozumel & Costa Maya in Mexico, Belize, and Ocean Cay.
All Voyagers Club members who book MSC Seascape before January 31, 2022, will benefit from the usual 5% discount along with a further 5% early booking discount as well as enjoy double Voyagers Club points. Club members from Silver to Diamond also get a shipboard credit of EUR 50 per person.
All passengers booking before March 31, 2022, will have peace of mind which comes from the fact their booking is flexible (the ability to reschedule their voyage free of charge up to 15 days prior to departure/21 days for fly-cruise bookings).