MSC Cruises Opens Bookings For Upcoming U.S.-Based Ship, Details New Family Area On Board

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MSC Cruises has opened bookings for its upcoming mega ship MSC World America, which will be homeporting at the cruise line’s brand-new, currently-under-construction terminal at PortMiami.

The vessel will be the second in MSC’s World-class when she launches in April 2025 following MSC World Europa, which is currently sailing in the Middle East. She will operate seven-night Caribbean voyages during her inaugural season, with all sailings including a visit to MSC’s private Bahamian island Ocean Cay MSC Marine Reserve.

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(Rendering courtesy of MSC Cruises)

Eastern Caribbean itineraries will visit Puerto Plata, San Juan, and Ocean Cay. Western routes will stop at Costa Maya, Cozumel, Roatán, and Ocean Cay.

Voyager’s Club members who book by April 12th will receive an additional onboard credit of $50 on top of their usual $50 and fare discounts.

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(Rendering courtesy of MSC Cruises)

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One brand-new experience that will found on MSC World America will be The Harbor, an outdoor destination designed for kids and families. The area, which is located on deck 20, will combine a water park with fun food trucks and comfortable spaces to relax. The Harbor will also include a High Trail course and zip line, sensory play areas for little kids, and the Harbor Lighthouse playground.

MSC World America will also feature a reimagined outdoor World Promenade, six specialty restaurants including two new not-yet-announced concepts, two buffets, a new sports bar, the Coffee Emporium coffee house serving coffee in a variety of globally-inspired styles, an 11-deck-high slide, six pools, and the MSC Yacht Club complex.

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(Rendering courtesy of MSC Cruises)

The vessel will also be one of MSC Cruises’ most environmentally-friendly ships to date as its third to be powered by liquefied natural gas. It will also feature a selective catalytic reduction system that reduces NOx emissions by 90 percent when LNG is not available and it must run on marine gas oil.

To book a cruise on MSC World America, click here.

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