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MSC Cruises Releases Photos of First Ship to Resume Operations

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MSC Grandiosa Photos

The cruise line has released a batch of new photos that show how its keeping guests and crew safe aboard MSC Grandiosa. The cruise ship is the first in the fleet to resume operations and the ship is actually about to complete her fifth sailing!

Everything is looking good and MSC is now leading the way not just on new health measures but kickstarting cruises in Europe. The ship has returned to service successfully and as Cruise Hive previously reported, the new protocols are working.

Let’s take a look at the new photos from the first few sailings of MSC Grandiosa and how guest are being protected:

The MSC Cruise ship first resumed cruises out of Genoa in August and became the first from a major cruise line to do so. The vessel is offering Western Mediterranean sailings calling to Civitavecchia, Naples, Palermo, and Valetta.

MSC Magnifica will follow and become the second ship in the fleet to resume operations on October 19, hopefully even more vessel will start sailing soon but it will depend on the global health crisis and travel restrictions around the world.

Also Read: Second MSC Cruise Ship to Restart Operations Soon

New health measures aim to stop any new outbreak on ships and this includes testing for all guests and crew before embarkation, health screenings, constant health monitoring onboard, enhanced sanitation, social distancing, face masks, and more.

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