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MSC Cruises Confirms Winter Sailings In South Caribbean

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MSC Cruises has re-confirmed its winter 2021/22 sailing programme in the South Caribbean. MSC Seaview will be based in the Caribbean from 5 December and throughout the season for 7-and-14 nights cruises departing from St. Maarten and Barbados.

The cruise line has included alternative destinations to its original itinerary to include Philipsburg, St Maarten and Bridgetown, Barbados to its winter programme instead of Martinique and Guadeloupe.

The updated itinerary reflects the ports that have guaranteed access to the ship and its guests from December onwards for a full day at each destination, in some cases up to 12 hourss.

MSC Seaview will operate two different 7-night itineraries from its two embarkation ports, with many holidaymakers set to sail back-to-back cruises and enjoy a voyage of discovery in the magical and tranquil turquoise-coloured waters of the southern Caribbean Sea.

The first itinerary will depart the port of Philipsburg, St Maarten’s capital, and Bridgetown, Barbados; with calls at Castries in St Lucia; Saint George, Grenada; Basseterre, St Kitts and Nevis, before returning to St Maarten.

The second itinerary will sail from St Maarten and Bridgetown; with calls at Roseau, Dominica; St John’s in Antigua and Barbuda; Road Town in Tortola and then back to St Maarten.

For more information, please visit MSCCruises.com.