MSC Euribia is set to debut in the Middle East next year. This LNG-powered ship is currently the newest in MSC Cruises’ fleet and will offer a series of cruises in the region around 2024-25.
In addition to Abu Dhabi and Dubai in the United Arab Emirates, and Doha in Qatar, MSC Cruises’ winter program features departures from three ports in the Arabian Gulf.
The schedule includes two different itineraries, sailing to UAE, Qatar, and Bahrain between November 2024 and early April 2025.
As part of the program, the ship will also make its first trip outside of Northern Europe. In late 2024, the Meraviglia-Class ship will offer a year-round program in the region after debuting in June 2023.
Winter cruises cover Belgium, England, France, the Netherlands and Germany, as well as week-long itineraries to the Norwegian Fjords during the summer.
As part of the itinerary, the 4,888-guest ship will also visit Western Europe and the Canary Islands interporting in northern European ports early in 2024.
One of the largest cruise ships in MSC Cruises’ fleet, MSC Euribia was built at Chantiers de l’Atlantique.
This vessel boasts 177,100 gross tons as well as 21 bars, ten restaurants, five pool decks, and more.
As part of the same announcement, MSC Cruises also confirmed that it would return to the Red Sea in the winter of 2024-2025. As a replacement for the MSC Orchestra, the MSC Musica will sail to Egypt, Jordan, and Saudi Arabia on seven-night cruises.
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