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Itineraries

MSC Cruises' main playground is, of course, the Mediterranean, and itineraries include stops in Italy, Greece, Malta, Canary Islands, Croatia, Portugal, Morocco, Spain, Istanbul and even the Ukraine. Northern Europe, from Norway's fjords to the Baltic, is increasingly popular.

MSC has since added itineraries to South Africa and South America. It also is ramping up its presence in the Caribbean. In 2010, the line added fall foliage cruises from a new homeport in New York to Canada and New England. It also has sailings out of Southampton (which will cease in 2015), and MSC Divina started sailing full time out of Miami in 2013.

Africa
Popular Itinerary:
Durban, South Africa -> Portuguese Island, Mozambique -> Portuguese Island, Mozambique -> Durban, South Africa
Asia
Popular Itinerary:
Dubai -> Phuket, Thailand -> Langkawi -> Singapore -> Singapore -> At Sea -> At Sea -> Benoa-bali, Indonesia -> At Sea -> At Sea -> At Sea -> At Sea -> At Sea -> Cairns -> At Sea -> Brisbane -> At Sea -> Sydney (Australia) -> Sydney (Australia) -> At Sea -> Melbourne -> At Sea -> At Sea -> Adelaide -> At Sea -> At Sea -> At Sea -> Perth (Fremantle) -> Mumbai (Bombay) -> At Sea -> Cochin -> Colombo, Sri Lanka -> At Sea -> At Sea
Baltic & Northern Europe
Popular Itinerary:
Rostock (Warnemunde) -> At Sea -> Bergen -> Flam -> Hellesylt, Norway -> At Sea -> Copenhagen -> Rostock (Warnemunde)
Middle East
Popular Itinerary:
Dubai -> Abu Dhabi -> At Sea -> Khor Al Fakkan, United Arab Emirates -> Muscat -> Khasab, Oman -> Dubai -> Dubai
South America & Antarctica
Popular Itinerary:
Santos (Sao Paulo) -> At Sea -> Buzios, Brazil -> Ilha Grande, Brazil -> Santos (Sao Paulo)
Popular Itinerary:
Santos (Sao Paulo) -> At Sea -> Punta Del Este, Uruguay -> Buenos Aires -> Buenos Aires -> Montevideo -> At Sea -> Santos (Sao Paulo)
Popular Itinerary:
Buenos Aires -> Buenos Aires -> At Sea -> At Sea -> Ilhabela, Brazil -> Buzios, Brazil -> Rio de Janeiro -> Ilha Grande, Brazil -> At Sea -> Punta Del Este, Uruguay
Southern Caribbean
Popular Itinerary:
Guadeloupe -> St. Maarten -> La Romana, Dominican Republic -> Tortola -> Antigua -> Martinique -> St. Lucia -> Guadeloupe
Transatlantic
Popular Itinerary:
Santos (Sao Paulo) -> At Sea -> Tenerife -> Lanzarote -> Madeira (Funchal) -> At Sea -> Casablanca, Morocco -> Seville (Cadiz) -> Malaga, Spain -> Valencia, Spain -> Palma de Mallorca -> Rio de Janeiro -> Corsica (Ajaccio) -> Genoa -> At Sea -> Salvador, Brazil -> At Sea -> Fortaleza, Brazil -> At Sea -> At Sea -> At Sea
Popular Itinerary:
Marseille -> At Sea -> At Sea -> At Sea -> At Sea -> Fortaleza, Brazil -> At Sea -> Salvador, Brazil -> Ilheus(bahia), Brazil -> At Sea -> Buzios, Brazil -> Genoa -> Rio de Janeiro -> Santos (Sao Paulo) -> At Sea -> Cartagena (Colombia) -> Malaga, Spain -> Casablanca, Morocco -> At Sea -> Tenerife -> At Sea

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Member Reviews
54%

After reading some of the previous reviews we were a little concerned but need not have worried.

The ship was spotless, food was excellent with plenty of choice. ...

by mickw66

As we embarked from Piraeus and we were only about 50 persons, the embarkation procedures were straight forward and quick.

Our cabin was on the 11th level with a ...

by spyrsyr

Reviews seem all over the place on this one so I will do my best to alleviate some concern. You are on a ship with European passengers not American ones. You will hear ...

by ddawson2014
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