Due to the Italian government’s extension of journey restrictions for the holiday getaway season, MSC Cruises has cancelled MSC Grandiosa‘s scheduled voyage from Genoa, Italy on January 10. As a precaution, the line also has cancelled that ship’s January 17 sailing.
The first “restart” cruise of MSC Grandiosa will depart from Genoa on January 24. Weekly cruises will then depart every Sunday from that port with phone calls at the Italian ports of Civitavecchia (Rome), Naples and Palermo, as properly as Valletta, Malta, with embarkation accessible in every port in Italy.
MSC Grandiosa will provide these itineraries right up until March 21, soon after which the ship will remain in the western Mediterranean and offer you a new itinerary.
In addition, starting off February 14, MSC Magnifica will also resume her operation departing from Genoa for 11-night time cruises to the western and eastern Mediterranean, browsing Italy, Greece and Malta.
The line’s health and fitness and basic safety protocols, which have been in put due to the fact MSC Cruises began restarting European cruises in August, have been just lately strengthened, primarily based on the evolution of COVID-19 in Europe.
More health and fitness/protection actions contain the subsequent:
- More onboard antigen testing for COVID-19 of all visitors mid-way by their cruise which is in addition to the existing pre-boarding universal tests for all guests
- Crew testing has been improved from 2 times every month to weekly which is in addition to all pre-boarding testing for all crew and other ongoing wellness monitoring measures
- Amplified frequency of onboard sanitation, notably in public parts and at high touch points
- Tightening of the definition of “shut make contact with” for tracing purposes, lessening the time that men and women are in call from 15 minutes to 10 minutes.
For extra information and facts, check out www.msccruisesusa.com.
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