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MSC Cruises World Cruise

How about this bucket list 117-day world cruise? MSC Cruises has opened up bookings for the epic around the world voyage which will call at 43 destinations in 24 different countries in 4 continents including nine overnights departing in January 2022.

Booking have opened today exclusively for Voyagers Club members and will open on December 9 for everyone else. MSC Poesia will be the vessel to offer this dream world cruise and guests can choose to embark from Civitavecchia and Genoa in Italy, Barcelona, Spain and Marseille, France.

After calling at Lisbon and Funchal, Portugal, MSC Poesia will offer the chance to explore the island of Cape Verde before heading to South America. She will bring guests to dream destinations such as Rio de Janeiro (Brazil), Bueno Aires (Argentina) — where they will enjoy an overnight adventure and Ushuaia in Tierra del Fuego.

The ship then makes her way from Valparaiso (Chile) and its perfect wines from the Chile’s Casablanca Valley to Callao (Peru) where guests will get to explore Machu Picchu and the amazing Amazon jungle.

MSC World Cruise
MSC World Cruise

The journey continues to Arica (Chile) and Hanga Roa — capital of Easter Island, without forgetting an exciting overnight at Papeete (Tahiti) before heading to Aiutaki and Rarotonga — largest island of Cook Islands but also an exciting special sailing to Bounty Bay Passage (Pitcairn islands).

MSC Poesia will not sail more than four consecutive sea days and there will be a total of nine overnights including Rio de Janeiro (Brazil), Buenos Aires (Argentina), Ushuaia (Argentina), Valparaiso (Chile), Callao (Peru), Papeete (Tahiti), Sydney (Australia), Benoa (Indonesia) and Mumbai (India).

MSC Voyager Club members will be able to enjoy the usual 5% off along with earning triple membership points for the first exclusive month before everyone else can get in on the action. During the voyage, guests will be able to enjoy complimentary Dine & Drink beverage package, 30% discount on laundry services and a comprehensive activity schedule.

MSC Poesia is currently based in the Mediterranean and is a 92,600 gross ton cruise ship with a guest capacity of over 2,500 at double occupancy.

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