MSC Cruises has unveiled new MSC Seascape’s debut programme in the Caribbean ahead of its launch later this year.
The 5,877-passenger ship is scheduled to operate two seven-night itineraries out of Miami from December 2022. Both are to call into the line’s private island destination Ocean Cay MSC Marine Reserve.
Prices for the Eastern Caribbean itinerary, departing Miami on January 22, 2023, leads in from £579. Ports of call include Nassau, the Bahamas; San Juan, Puerto Rico; and Puerto Plata in the Dominican Republic.
The lead-in price for Western Caribbean itinerary on MSC Seascape departing Miami on April 23, 2023, is £579. Ports of call include Cozumel, Mexico; George Town, the Cayman Islands; and Ocho Rios, Jamaica.
Both itineraries are available to book now.
Seascape has 2,270 cabins across 12 different grades, plus 11 dining venues, 19 bars and lounges. There are six swimming pools on the second EVO class vessel including an infinity pool.
The onboard luxury area – MSC Yacht Club – will be the largest in the line’s fleet, offering around 3,000 square metres of space.
MSC will also launch MSC World Europa later this year. The vessel is the first in its class to come into service and will be powered by liquified natural gas.
MSC World Europa will spend its maiden season, offering round-trip seven-night cruises from Dubai. Ports of call include Abu Dhabi, Sir Bani Yas Island, both United Arab Emirates; Dammam, Saudi Arabia, and Doha, Qatar.
Prices for the seven-night Emirates sailing, departing December 24, 2022, start from £699.
The 6,774-passenger vessel will reposition to the Mediterranean from March 25, 2023.