In a company statement, MSC Cruises announces that its flagship ship, MSC Bellissima, will be returning to international sailings from China on March 16 2024.
Baoshan Wusongkou International Cruise Terminal in Shanghai will be the departure port for the MSC Bellissima between March 16-2024 to neighboring countries.
There will be nine sailings for the spring season, each with a four-night or five-night itinerary to popular cruise destinations including Fukuoka and Kagoshima.
According to Gianni Onorato, CEO of MSC Cruises, the Chinese cruise industry is showing signs of rapid recovery with the resumption of international cruises. For our guests, MSC Bellissima will be an incredible experience. With our return to the Chinese market on the horizon, our team in China has been working tirelessly to meet consumer expectations for high-quality cruise tourism.”
Additionally, the MSC Bellissima will homeport in Taiwan starting on January 16, 2024 as part of her Keelung-Naha dual home port itinerary.
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