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MSC Cruises has opened sales for new itineraries out of Galveston aboard the family-friendly MSC Seascape. One of the newest and most environmentally friendly ships in the company’s fleet, the MSC Seascape will start 7-night sailings to Mexico and Central America beginning Nov. 9, 2025.

“Expanding to Galveston with the magnificent MSC Seascape is a pivotal moment for us at MSC Cruises and for our guests,” said Ruben Rodriguez, president of MSC Cruises USA in a media announcement. “Expanding our U.S. footprint makes our unique cruise experience more accessible to travelers in the central and western parts of the country and it illustrates our commitment to providing families in the region with unparalleled vacation options. MSC Seascape’s family-friendly amenities, award-winning entertainment and innovative offerings will help us deliver exceptional value and memorable journeys for more guests than ever before.”

Action-Packed Itineraries & Amenities Aboard the MSC Seascape

Departing from the Port of Galveston with 7-night itineraries visiting destinations including Costa Maya and Cozumel, Mexico, and Isla de Roatan, Honduras, the new cruises will offer a range of shore excursions, from touring ancient Mayan ruins and shipwreck snorkeling to glass bottom boat rides and museum tours.

Meanwhile, the innovative MSC Seascape aims to elevate the industry-standard family experience on board with an astonishing 7,500 sf of dedicated kids’ space and cutting-edge amusement options. Guests can indulge in the state-of-the-art ROBOTRON robotic arm ride, two LEGO rooms for ages 3-6 and 7-11, three different concept spaces for teens, a VR 360-degree Flight Simulator, VR motorcycles and the immersive MSC Formula Racer, perfect for racing enthusiasts ready to get their adrenaline fix.

Will kids even want to leave the ship? Yes, when they can journey through the rainforests of Costa Maya on a Jaguar Truck, discover mysterious shipwrecks on glass-bottom excursions from Roatan, or snorkel through an ancient Mayan cave in Cozumel.

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