MSC Cruises has announced some updated Caribbean itineraries in the wake of the recent hurricanes that devastated several islands in the region, including St. Maarten and Dominica. Guests sailing aboard MSC Divina, Fantasia, and Seaside will be experiencing an updated array of itineraries for their cruise vacations.
MSC Divina, on the three eastern Caribbean itineraries departing from Miami on September 30, October 14, and October 28 and that formerly included Philipsburg, St. Maarten and San Juan, Puerto Rico will now cruise the following western itinerary:
- At sea
- Montego Bay, Jamaica
- George Town, Cayman Islands
- Costa Maya, Mexico
- At sea
- Nassau, Bahamas
Starting with the itinerary leaving Miami on November 11 for 7-night eastern Caribbean itineraries, Divina will now call at St. John instead of St. Maarten.
For the Divina cruise on January 3, the ship will call in Aruba and Curaçao instead of Tortola and St. Kitts. Departing January 25, San Juan will replace St. Maarten. Departing February 15, the ship will call at San Juan, Barbados, and Guadeloupe instead of St. Maarten, Tortola, and St. John.
MSC Seaside – December 23 to March 17
On her eastern Caribbean itineraries departing from Miami, Seaside will now call at St. John instead of St. Maarten.
MSC Fantasia – November 25 to March 31
On the 7-night cruises from Martinique and Guadeloupe, Fantasia will now call at La Romana, Dominican Republic instead of Tortola, and at St. Kitts instead of Dominica. The ship will also spend an additional day at sea instead of calling in St. Maarten.