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After recent hurricanes ravaged portions of the Caribbean, MSC Cruises announced updated itineraries for ships scheduled to sail in the region.
MSC Cruises continues to show its commitment to the Caribbean with the operation of four ships over the next months and the introduction of a fifth ship, the MSC Seaside, in December. The cruise line is also working with government officials to make proper assessments of both existing destinations and those being introduced.
For those scheduled to sail on the MSC Divina from Miami on September 30, October 14 and October 28, the itineraries which once included Philipsburg, St Maarten; and San Juan, Puerto Rico; will now cruise through the Western Caribbean. Destinations now include Montego Bay, Jamaica; George Town, Cayman Islands; Costa Maya, Mexico and more.
The MSC Divina will also skip Philipsburg on the seven-night Eastern Caribbean voyage departing from Miami on November 11. The St Maarten stop will be replaced by a call in St John, Antigua and Barbuda.
Long cruises on the MSC Divina set to depart from Miami in January and February 2018 will now make calls in Oranjestad, Aruba; Bridgetown, Barbados and more, instead of the originally scheduled stops at impacted islands.
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As for the those traveling on the MSC Fantasia between November 25 and March 31, 2018, the seven-night itineraries from Forte de France, Martinique, and Pointe-a-Pitre, Guadeloupe, will now stop at ports of call in the Dominican Republic and Basseterre, St Kitts & Nevis.
The MSC Seaside will arrive in the Caribbean in December and make a call at St John, Antigua and Barbuda, instead of at Philipsburg, St Maarten.
Donald Wood is TravelPulse’s senior writer in the breaking news department, bringing nearly 15 years of experience to the desk....
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