MSC Cruises has unveiled the itinerary of its second world cruise – with more than 40 destinations across 23 countries included.
The Swiss-based cruise line’s MSC Magnifica will set sail in January 2020.
Guests embarking from Civitavecchia, Genoa, both in Italy; Marseille, France; and Barcelona, Spain, will cross five continents on the three-month voyage, costing £11,249 per person and lasting 116 days.
MSC Magnifica will sail to the southern most city in the world – Ushuaia, Argentina – before travelling on to Port Kelang, Kuala Lumpur, where you can scale one of the world’s tallest skyscrapers.
After south east Asia, the vessel will sail on to ports in Sri Lanka, India, Oman and Jordan.
In addition to the 43 destinations, eight of which include an overnight stay in port, there will be 90 shows performed in the ship’s Royal Theatre.
MSC Voyages Club members can book their spot on board MSC Magnifica from October 23 – a month before sales open to the general public.
MSC Cruises’ debut world cruise launches in January 2019 on a 118-night voyage.
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