MSC Cruises has cancelled sailings through the end of November, impacting the Caribbean, The Bahamas, the Med and the Far East itineraries.
The cruise line has extended its temporary halt of operations for all Caribbean and Bahamas cruises, including sailings on MSC Meraviglia, MSC Seaside and MSC Armonia, through to and including Nov. 30, 2020.
For all cruises departing from the Mediterranean and Far East, MSC Cruises is also cancelling sailings through to and including Nov. 30, 2020, with the exception of MSC Grandiosa and MSC Magnifica, sailing in the Mediterranean with guests from Schengen countries only.
MSC Grandiosa is now on her seventh consecutive 7-night cruise in the Western Mediterranean and MSC Magnifica is set to restart on Oct. 19. While MSC has resumed these sailings, with booking conditions and travel restrictions varying by region, for this initial phase of the restart of operations the cruise line continues to only welcome guests who are residents in Schengen countries.
Therefore, for guests booked through MSC Cruises USA, the cruise line has cancelled bookings on the following cruises:
- MSC Grandiosa sailings through Dec. 20, 2020
- MSC Magnifica sailings through Dec. 18, 2020