MSC Cruises Revises Mediterranean Itineraries For MSC Sinfonia And MSC Musica

MSC Cruises has revised the East Mediterranean itineraries for MSC Sinfonia and MSC Musica in light of the geopolitical situation in Israel.

MSC Sinfonia’s future eight 11-night voyages will see Haifa, Israel replaced by Istanbul, Turkey which also means Rhodes will be replaced by Piraeus, Greece and Izmir, Turkey will replace Limassol, Cyprus.

MSC Cruises Revises Mediterranean Itineraries

Starting October 21, 2023, MSC Sinfonia’s new itinerary will be the Italian ports of Genoa, Civitavecchia and Messina followed by Piraeus, Izmir, Istanbul and Heraklion in Crete before the ship returns to Genoa, Italy.

MSC Musica’s future three 7-night voyages from Piraeus, Greece will see Haifa replaced by Rhodes on October 18 and 25, 2023 and Marmaris in Turkey on November 1, 2023.

A total of 11 future sailings for MSC Musica and MSC Sinfonia have been revised, between October 15, 2023 and January 6, 2024 (details below), after which these ships continue their planned itineraries from Buenos Aires, Argentina (MSC Musica) and Genoa, Italy (MSC Sinfonia).

MSC Musica – three future 7-night departures, from Piraeus, between October 15, 2023 up to, and including October 29, 2023 departures have been updated:

–         October 15, 2023

–         October 22, 2023

–         October 29, 2023

MSC Sinfonia – eight future 11-night departures, from Genoa, between October 21, 2023 up to, and including January 6, 2024 departures have been updated:

–         October 21, 2023

–         November 1, 2023

–         November 12, 2023

–         November 23, 2023

–         December 4, 2023

–         December 15, 2023

–         December 26, 2023

–         January 6, 2024

“The safety of our passengers and crew is always our top priority and we have worked rapidly to revise the itineraries of MSC Sinfonia and MSC Musica to offer an extremely attractive alternative for the winter months.” said, Gianni Onorato, CEO, MSC Cruises.

The line has started the process of communication with all of its passengers and their travel agents affected by the changes.

MSC Cruises will also update its website to reflect the confirmed details of the new itineraries to provide maximum clarity for existing passengers as well as for anyone looking to book future holidays at sea in the East Mediterranean during the winter months.

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MSC Cruises is the world’s third largest cruise brand as well as the market leader in Europe, South America, the Gulf region and Southern Africa. It is also the fastest growing global cruise brand with a strong presence in the Caribbean, North America and the Far East markets.

Headquartered in Geneva, Switzerland, MSC Cruises is one of the two brands that sit within the Cruise Division of MSC Group, the world’s leading and privately held shipping and logistics conglomerate with over 300 years of maritime heritage. MSC Cruises – the contemporary brand – has a modern fleet of 22 vessels combined with a sizeable future global investment portfolio of new vessels, terminals and other assets. The fleet is projected to grow to 23 cruise ships by 2025, with options for six more vessel orders in place through 2030.

MSC Cruises offers its guests an enriching, immersive and safe cruise experience inspired by the Company’s European heritage, where they can enjoy international dining, world-class entertainment, award-winning family programs, and the very latest user-friendly technology on board.

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John Shallo
John Shallo
John Shallo is the founder and editor of Cruise Addicts. Since 1999 it has been a leading destination for cruise travelers and self professed Cruise Addicts looking for the latest news, ship reviews and travel tips.

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