MSC Seashore Heads Towards U.S.
Florida’s newest MSC ship is one step closer to arriving in the U.S.
MSC Seashore departed Barcelona, Spain last week and is now en route across the Atlantic Ocean. After arriving in Miami, the ship is scheduled to operate a two-night cruise to Ocean Cay, where she will be christened.
Following that, Seashore will begin a year-round schedule of Bahamas and Caribbean cruises on November 20.
Two More Celebrity Ships Resume Sailings From Florida
Two more Celebrity cruise ships resumed service from Florida this weekend.
Celebrity Reflection set sail from Fort Lauderdale on Saturday, and is now operating seven-night eastern and western Caribbean sailings. Celebrity Constellation departed her new homeport of Tampa Bay on Sunday, marking the first time a Celebrity vessel has sailed from Tampa in 16 years.
With the resumption of these ships, ten out of Celebrity’s 14 vessels have now resumed sailing.
Princess Announces 111 Day World Cruise
Princess Cruises has announced its 2024 World Cruise, which will visit 51 destinations in 27 countries.
The 111 day voyage will take place aboard Island Princess with two embarkation ports: Fort Lauderdale on January 4 and LA on January 18. A 97 day option from Los Angeles to Fort Lauderdale will also be available.
Those who book by January 31, 2022 will receive early booking perks including free wifi, a Premier Beverage Package, and included gratuities.
Fares start at $21,079 per person.
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