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MSC Cruises - LogoAmid the swirling geopolitical currents in Israel, the cruise industry behemoth, MSC Cruises, has promptly reconfigured the East Mediterranean routes for two of its acclaimed vessels, MSC Sinfonia and MSC Musica, revealing a strategic vision that prioritizes both passenger experience and security.

From the forthcoming October 21, MSC Sinfonia will embark on a revised journey, introducing passengers to the architectural magnificence and culture-rich ports of Genoa, Civitavecchia, and Messina in Italy, followed by Piraeus, Izmir, Istanbul, and the picturesque Heraklion in Crete. The trip concludes with a return to the romantic lanes of Genoa, Italy.

MSC Musica

MSC Musica

In parallel, MSC Musica will usher its guests through a renewed 7-night voyage from Piraeus, Greece. The notable modifications include the inclusion of Rhodes on 18 and 25 October and the scenic Marmaris in Turkey by 1 November, promising a unique blend of history and serenity.

In an earnest statement, Gianni Onorato, the astute CEO of MSC Cruises, elucidated, “The safety of our passengers and crew is always our top priority. Recognizing the evolving landscape, we’ve swiftly curated the itineraries of MSC Sinfonia and MSC Musica, crafting an undeniably enthralling alternative for the forthcoming winter.”

Proactively keeping the lines of communication transparent, MSC Cruises has embarked on informing all impacted travellers and their corresponding travel consultants. To further enhance clarity, the cruise line’s digital portal will soon reflect the intricate details of the amended voyages, ensuring potential travellers and existing passengers remain informed for their forthcoming East Mediterranean sea sojourns during the chilly months.




Written by: Bridget Gomez