MSC Cruises has opened bookings for its upcoming ship MSC Seascape, which will be the line’s second Seaside EVO-class ship following MSC Seashore.
The vessel is currently under construction at the Fincantieri shipyard in Italy, and is scheduled to be delivered in November. It will sail from Miami to the Caribbean beginning in December.
MSC Seascape Itineraries
MSC Seascape will offer two different seven-night itineraries from PortMiami. The eastern Caribbean itinerary will visit Nassau, Bahamas; San Juan, Puerto Rico; Puerto Plata, Dominican Republic; and MSC’s private Bahamian island Ocean Cay.
The western route will call on Cozumel, Mexico; George Town, Grand Cayman; Ocho Rios, Jamaica; and Ocean Cay.
MSC Divina and MSC Meraviglia Itineraries
Bookings are also open for winter 2022-2023 voyages on two other MSC ships that will sail in the Caribbean, MSC Divina and MSC Meraviglia.
Divina will homeport in Miami and offer a program of voyages that depart Fridays and Mondays:
- 10-night cruises to Jamaica, Colombia, Panama, and Costa Rica
- 3 and 4-night cruises to Nassau and Ocean Cay
- 7-night cruises to Belize, Honduras, Mexico, and Ocean Cay
Meraviglia will homeport in Port Canaveral. Starting in October 2022, the ship will offer:
- Short cruises to the Bahamas that all include a visit to Ocean Cay
- 7-night cruises to Cozumel, Costa Maya, Belize, and Ocean Cay
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All Voyagers Club members who book MSC Seascape before January 31, 2022 will receive their usual 5 percent discount, plus a further 5 percent discount for booking early. They’ll also receive double Voyagers Club points.
Members from Silver to Diamond status also receive onboard credit.
Guests who book before March 31 will have the ability to reschedule their cruise free of charge up to 15 days prior to departure.
MSC Seascape Details
MSC Seascape will feature 2,270 cabins and suites, with 12 categories including balconies. It will offer the largest and most luxurious MSC Yacht Club in the fleet, featuring sweeping ocean views at the front of the ship.
Six swimming pools, including an aft infinity pool will be found onboard, along with 11 dining venues and 19 bars and lounges. Like MSC Seashore and the Seaside-class ships, Seascape will feature a glass-floored Bridge of Sighs at the aft for a unique view of the ocean.
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