MSC Seascape to Be Named in New York City
MSC Cruises’ upcoming ship, MSC Seascape, is set to be named in New York City in December. It will be the first MSC ship to ever be named in the Big Apple.
The line will start sailing year-round from New York for the first time in April 2023 from the Brooklyn Cruise Terminal. Immediately following the ceremony, Seascape will head to Miami to begin a season of Caribbean cruises.
Seascape is the second Seaside EVO class ship, following MSC Seashore, and is the fourth in the Seaside class vessel overall. She is currently under construction at Fincantieri shipyard in Monfalcone, Italy.
Seven Seas Navigator Stops in Jacksonville
Luxury line Regent’s ship Seven Seas Navigator arrived in Jacksonville for a one-time visit on Thursday. The vessel is currently a 25-night east coast cruise roundtrip from Miami.
Along with a visit to Port Canaveral, other destinations on this sailing include Great Stirrup Cay, Charleston, New York City, Boston, Halifax, Quebec, and Bermuda — among others.
Seven Seas Navigator has a wide range of long voyages scheduled for this spring and summer, including cruises in the Caribbean, Canada, Northern Europe, and Atlantic.
Carnival Splendor Arrives in Seattle
Carnival Splendor has arrived in Seattle after a voyage across the Pacific.
The ship is set to restart sailings on May 2 with an eight-night cruise roundtrip to Alaska. After that, Splendor will begin a schedule of seven-night Alaska sailings.
In September, the ship will depart on a 24-night voyage to Sydney and resume its year-round schedule of cruises in Australia.