Travel and Health Updates

INFORMATION

CRUISE & ITINERARY UPDATES

MSC MAGNIFICA
Following the UK government’s briefing on the nations’ roadmap to recovery in which they outlined international travel restrictions will not ease before May 17th, MSC Cruises UK & Ireland has regrettably taken the decision to cancel the entire 2021 deployment of MSC Magnifica.
 
CRUISES AROUND BRITISH ISLES - MSC VIRTUOSA
Starting from 20th May and throughout this summer, MSC Virtuosa will be operating her inaugural season with a special range of sailings around the British Isles. MSC’s flagship will set sail on her maiden voyage from Southampton, performing three and four-night mini-cruises before operating seven-night sailings from 12th June.
 


MEDITERRANEAN CRUISES – MSC GRANDIOSA AND MSC SEASIDE


We are glad that MSC Grandiosa (7-night cruise) is back at sea and MSC Seaside will be performing a brand-new itinerary featuring 7-night cruises (starting from 1st of May), both cruising in the Mediterranean 



*At this present time and until further notice, our two ships sailings will only welcome guests who are residents in Schengen countries (Belgium, Czech Republic, Denmark, Germany, Estonia, Greece, Spain, France, Iceland, Italy, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Hungary, Malta, the Netherlands, Norway, Austria, Poland, Portugal, Slovenia, Slovakia, Finland, Sweden and Switzerland) and in Bulgaria, Croatia and Romania.



The MSC Health & Safety Protocol is in place to protect our guests, crew and the local communities we visit. Find out more about our Health and Safety Protocol here.


Do you have a Future Cruise Credit Note? Book your next cruise now and receive an additional 25% cruise credit of the original cruise package paid. To find out how to get your Future Cruise Credit and move your upcoming cruise, please check the “Compensation Packages” by clicking here.



 

OTHER MSC DESTINATIONS AND SHIPS’ UPDATES
For all cancelled cruises please refer to the FAQ Which cruises benefit from the compensation packages policy? here.