MSC Cruises to resume Mediterranean sailing from 24 January

As a result of the extension of the restrictive measures related to movement within Italy, MSC Cruises is forced to cancel the cruises of MSC Grandiosa departing from Genoa, Italy on 10 January. As a measure of precaution, the cruise line is also cancelling the cruise departure of 17 January.

As a result, the first cruise of MSC Grandiosa following the temporary suspension of operation in connection with the implementation of these same measures during the Christmas and end-of-year festivities, will now depart from Genoa on Sunday 24 January.

The company’s flagship will resume her planned weekly cruises leaving every Sunday from Genoa and calling the Italian ports of Civitavecchia, Naples, Palermo and Valetta in Malta, with embarkation available in each port in Italy. MSC Grandiosa will offer these itineraries until 21 March. The ship will remain in the Western Mediterranean to offer cruises from the summer programme with a new itinerary.

MSC Magnifica will resume her operations from 14 February. Departing from Genoa the ship will offer 11-night cruises designed to enable guests to discover the West and Eastern Mediterranean in Italy, Greece and Malta.

Also read: MSC Cruises releases details for summer 2022 season

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