MSC Cruises' MSC Meravilgia - Closes out MSC 2019 Cruise Season from New York - Departing on a Southern Caribbean Cruise

MSC Cruises' MSC Meravilgia - Closes out MSC 2019 Cruise season from New York - Departing on a Southern Caribbean Cruise
MSC Cruises' MSC Meravilgia - Closes out MSC 2019 Cruise season from New York - Departing on a Southern Caribbean Cruise

MSC Cruise MSC Meravilgia closed out MSC Cruises 2019 season from New York to New England- Canada. At 7:04 PM, the largest cruise ship to call at Manhattan to date, the MSC Meravilgia silently pulled away from the pier 88 at the Manhattan Cruise Terminal on her way to the Southern Caribbean and her new Winter Homeport - Miami.

After completing her New England & Canada Program, the MSC Meravilgia departed on a  14 Day  repositioning cruise from New York (on October 28th) to the Southern Caribbean which includes a stop at MSC Private Reserve - Ocean Cay in the Bahamas. The cruise will end in Miami on November 10, 2019.
MSC Cruises' MSC Meraviglia's October 28 Southern Caribbean Repositioning Cruise From New York
Map of  MSC Cruises' MSC Meraviglia's October 28 Southern Caribbean Repositioning Cruise From New York
The MSC Meraviglia  will spend the winter sailing to the Western Caribbean on 7 Day cruises from Miami.
Just as a side note the MSC Meraviglia will return to New York in 2020 for her second season to New England and Canada. 
Check out MSC Cruise's website for additional details. 

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