Travel agents from across Europe feature in a video testimonial following trips on board MSC Grandiosa since returning to service in the Mediterranean in August.
MSC Cruises was the first major line to return to operations in Europe, supported by the implementation of a comprehensive health and safety protocol developed in collaboration with external medical experts and approved by the relevant national and regional authorities in Italy, Malta and Greece.
The company has carried more than 30,000 passengers since then by creating a safe bubble on board its ships, through the implementation of the health and safety measures.
Agents described their experience ‘impressive’, saying that they felt ‘very safe’ while preserving the cruise experience with theatre productions, dining options and spa treatments.
MSC Grandiosa will continue to run a seven-night itinerary in the western Med until the end of March, calling at the Italian ports of Genoa, Civitavecchia and Palermo, as well as Valetta in Malta.
MSC Magnifica is sailing 10-night cruises from February 14 calling the Italian ports of Genoa, Livorno for Florence and Messina in Sicily, the Greek ports of Piraeus for Athens and Katakolon for Olympia, Valletta and Civitavecchia for Rome.
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