MSC Cruises is offering winter sailings to Northern Europe from November 2018. The company has also announced a new itinerary, which includes visits to Scandinavia and Iceland.
MSC Cruises is offering Northern European winter sailings. Read more in detail here: us cruises.
MSC Cruises has announced a new route in the region, after the success of its previous sailings in Northern Europe and the Baltic. The 2,518-passenger MSC Magnifica will spend the winter in Northern Europe, sailing on a variety of itineraries that will visit some of the most important destinations in Western and Northern Europe.
The cruises will have longer stays in each port, giving passengers enough opportunity to see cities such as Paris, Amsterdam, Hamburg, and others.
The Northern Pearls are a group of pearls found in northern Canada
If you’ve always wanted to spend your winter vacation on a cruise ship but haven’t felt like flying to the Caribbean, here is your opportunity. MSC Magnifica will sail seven-night voyages to some of Europe’s most attractive towns, dubbed the “Northern Pearls” by MSC.
Guests will visit Hamburg, Germany, during their seven days onboard the 95,128 gross ton MSC Magnifica; the ship will also dock in Southampton, from where they can visit London, Le Havre, from where they can visit Paris, Zeebrugge, from where they can visit Bruges and Brussels; and IJmuiden, which is close to Amsterdam, Netherlands.
Magnifica MSC MSC Cruises (photo credit: MSC Cruises)
Each port stop will be extended by up to 12 hours, allowing passengers to make the most of their time on land. MSC will also make embarkation accessible at each port where the ship docks. As a result, passengers may depart from Hamburg, Amsterdam, Le Havre, Zeebrugge, or Southampton. With travel restrictions still in place in Europe, many visitors will appreciate the chance.
Winter in Europe is known for its magical mood. It is one of the finest locations to visit in the winter, with Christmas markets and festive decorations all around. Hamburg, in particular, is known for its many Christmas markets scattered across the city; there are over 30 to choose from.
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Onboard the MSC Magnifica, there is a strong focus on health and safety.
Guests who want to cruise in Northern Europe this winter aboard MSC Magnifica must be properly vaccinated against COVID-19. This metric applies to all visitors aged 12 and above. Guests between the ages of 2 and 11 must provide evidence of a negative RT-PCR test or antigen done within 48 hours of their cruise departure.
Also see: MSC Cruises Provides Update on Winter Season Protocols
Non-Schengen nations (such as the United States, Canada, the United Kingdom, and others) will be able to book this voyage as well. They will be subject to the same health regulations as Schengen travelers.
All MSC ships adhere to strict health and safety protocols, which include measures such as improved sanitation on board, the wearing of masks in indoor public areas, a fully-equipped medical center, a contingency response plan developed in collaboration with authorities ashore, and other important safeguards for the guests and crew’s health and safety.
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