The MSC World Cruise will highlight the cruise industry’s biggest and most modern ship – the MSC Magnifica – for this extended voyage. The vessel will depart Genoa, Italy, on January 5, 2019, and return 119 days later.
During the journey, guests will visit 32 countries. The MSC World Cruise marks a notable event in MSC cruise history, given that the cruise line is the world’s largest privately-owned cruise provider of its type. It is also a market leader in South Africa, South America, and Europe.
Throughout the 119-day journey, guests will visit bustling metropolitan cities and remote and exotic paradises. The cruise will permit visitors to experience and see attractions and sites in places such as Tonga, Bora Bora, and Cartagena. The cruise line has chosen 49 destinations over the globe, many of which are only available on the MSC cruise line.
Guests will have the chance to explore Fiji, Maldives, and New Zealand as well as take off-the-beaten-path tours in the Caribbean Island at nine ports in the area. Needless to say, the cruise line is offering exclusive and one-of-a-kind shore experiences. Guests on the cruise can also book 15 complimentary excursions of their choosing.
The cruise line will also arrange extended in-port stays—something that other cruise companies do not currently offer. The stays will include four full days in Polynesia and three full days in Los Angeles and Hawaii.
Guests will spend 118 nights on-board the cruise ship and receive numerous onboard discounts, including laundry services. Every detail has been reviewed to make sure the voyage is both memorable and pleasant.
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