Published on : Monday, December 18, 2017
The 116-night world cruise on board the MSC Magnifica would be calling at a whole host of far-off destinations comprising Bali, Papua New Guinea, Peru and India.
The new itinerary would include over 40 destinations and 23 nations and offers a special opportunity to travel the world without the requirement of leaving the comfortable interiors of their cabin.
The first MSC world cruise was launched amidst spectacular success last year and is scheduled to set sail in January 2019.
The Magnifica is thought to be among the jewels of the international fleet of the MSC cruises and has been designed to portray the cultures and cuisines of the nations the ship would be visiting.
Hianni Onorato who is the chief executive of MSC Cruises said that he would have the opportunity to immerse themselves completely for the world voyage of discovery both on board and on shore.
In 2020, guests embarking from Genoa, Marseille, Barcelona and Rome on 4th, 5th, 6th and 7th respectively would be crossing five continents on a three-month voyage discovery to some of the world’s most talked-about destinations.
Eight of the destinations would include an overnight stay in port offering guests up to two days to explore the regional attractions, cuisine and ambiance.