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How About a 3-Month Cruise Around the World?

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The cruise line has announced details on a second around the world cruise which will last for three months with the MSC Magnifica cruise ship. The 116-night voyage will some stunning destinations including Peru, Papua New Guinea, Bali and India. The cruise will set off on its epic bucket-list journey in 2020.

Gianni Onorato, chief executive officer of MSC Cruises, said:

“Following the highly successful launch of our first MSC World Cruise last year, due to set to sail in January 2019, we are now delighted to open sales for a new world cruise for 2020 developed to offer guests experiences and destinations that they will never forget.”

“In addition, the experience onboard MSC Magnifica – one of the jewels of our fleet – has been designed to reflect the cultures and cuisines of the countries that the ship visits, giving guests the opportunity to fully immerse themselves in a true around the world voyage of discovery both on board and on shore.”

Bookings for the second world voyage are now open exclusively for MSC Voyagers Club members and it includes more than 40 ports of call in 23 countries. There no doubt be destinations for any type of cruiser and the experience gained from so many different cultures will be something to remember for life.

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The first opportunity to embark on the MSC Magnifica will be on January 4th, 2020. Cruisers will be able to enjoy the ship one day early before the first official departure day of January 5th from Genoa begins. Guests can begin their world cruise from Civitavecchia/Rome on Jan 4th, Genoa on Jan 5th, Marseille on Jan 6th and Barcelona on Jan 7th.

The world cruise will include some major benefits:

  • A complimentary Mealtime Restaurant Drinks Package, which includes unlimited wine, mineral water, draft beer, sodas and fruit juices during lunch and dinner in the main dining room and buffet
  • A 30% reduction on all laundry services
  • More than 90 shows performed in the ship’s Royal Theatre, including 30 Broadway-style shows and a wide range of live music, including acts inspired by the itinerary
  • A comprehensive activity schedule with theme evenings, language classes, cultural guest speakers and much more

Bookings for non-MSC Voyagers Club members will be open a month later. MSC Magnifica is also sailing the first world cruise which is departing in January 2019.

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