MSC Cruises welcomes the announcement by the US government that international guests who have been fully vaccinated against Covid from many countries can re-enter the US from November 8th. In this context, the company refers to the possibility of a Caribbean stay in the coming winter as part of an MSC cruise.
Three ships from Florida
MSC will deploy three ships, the Seashore, the Meraviglia and the Divina, from Florida in the winter. You will also be welcoming non-US citizens on board from November 8th.
According to Gianni Onorato, CEO of MSC Cruises, the route highlights include Jamaica, Costa Rica, Mexico and a visit to the private island MSC Ocean Cay Marine Reserve in the Bahamas.
Miami and Orlando
The new flagship, the Seashore, will be stationed in Miami from November 20th after its christening on Ocean Cay. There is also the Divina. The Meraviglia has its new home port Port Canaveral in Orlando. The ships are to offer different Caribbean routes during the winter season. However, all will make a stop at Ocean Cay MSC Marine Reserve.
In order to take an MSC Caribbean cruise in winter, guests aged 12 and over must be fully vaccinated more than 14 days before the start of their trip. Accompanying children from two years of age must show a negative Covid test upon embarkation. In addition, non-US citizens need Covid insurance.