Leaving Genoa, Italy, the 2010-built MSC Magnifica begins a 20-night transatlantic crossing from Miami. The ship will debut in the North American market later this month.
Prior to crossing the Atlantic, the MSC Magnifica will stop at Civitavecchia/Rome, Palma de Mallorca, Málaga, Funchal, and St. Cruz de Tenerife.
Three Caribbean destinations are also included on the final leg of the itinerary: Philipsburg, Tortola, and Puerto Rico.
There are four- and three-night cruises available all year long, as well as visits to Ocean Cay MSC Marine Reserve near Bimini, the company’s private island.
Occasionally, between April and October, the MSC Magnifica will offer seven-night cruises before returning to Europe in November 2024.
Itineraries that are longer may include visits to Cozumel in Mexico, Costa Maya in Costa Rica, Roatán in Honduras, or Belize City in Belize.
Designed by French shipyard Chantiers de l’Atlantique, the MSC Magnifica is the fourth in the Musica Class.
This vessel, which sleeps 2,550 passengers, features a glass-covered lido deck, a sports bar, and a bowling alley, which are absent from its sister ships.
There are ten lounges and bars, a lido deck, three conference and meeting rooms, 16,146 square feet of spa and wellness space, a casino, dining options and more onboard this 93,300-ton cruise ship.
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