MSC Armonia Itinerary Will Feature Two Types of Cuba-Based Voyages during 2016-17 Season: Market Tapped for Major Growth


MSC Cruises, a world-renowned cruise provider, announced that it will be doubling the Caribbean cruises that come out of Cuba during the 2016-17 cruise season. The MSC Armonia and MSC Opera will both set sail from the homeport of Havana beginning in November 2016.

The MSC Armonia will follow two distinct seven-night itineraries. The first MSC Armonia itinerary will leave Havana and take passengers to Isla de Roatan or Honduras before continuing on to Belize. The ship will then set sail to Costa Maya in Mexico before providing guests with a one-of-a-kind shore holiday on Isla de la Juventud. After this excursion, the ship will again return home.

The second itinerary will begin with an excursion of two and a half days in Havana before the Armonia sets sail for Montego Bay in Jamaica. Afterwards, the ship will visit the ports of call of Georgetown in the Cayman Islands and Cozumel on the Yucatan Peninsula. After these stopovers, the ship will return to Havana.

The Havana terminal makes it possible for MSC to give cruise guests convenient access to sightseeing activities in Old Havana. MSC, which is the first of the worldwide cruise lines to homeport in Havana, will start increasing its number of cruises in earnest in December of 2016. MSC cruise officials believe that Cuba is the ideal location to further develop its reach in the Caribbean marketplace.
Both the MSC Armonia and MSC Opera have undergone major refits per the cruise line’s Renaissance Programme, which concluded in November 2015.

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