MSC Cruises MSC Meraviglia's Maiden Arrival in New York And New England / Canada Cruises
|MSC Cruises MSC Meraviglia Maiden Arrival in New York on Tuesday 10/8/2019 - will sail a series of New England & Canada Cruises before heading to Florida for Winter Sailings to the Caribbean.|
MSC Cruises is marking their return to New York with the maiden arrival of the MSC Meraviglia on Monday 10/7/2019. The 167,600 ton ship, which was delivered in 2017, is 1,034 feet long and carries 4,500 passengers.
After an overnight in port, the ship is expected to sail the afternoon of 10/8/2019 on a 10 day cruise to New England & Canada visiting Sydney Canada, Corner Brook Canada; Charlottetown, Canada; Quebec Canada, returning back to New York.
|Map of MSC Cruises' MSC Meraviglia's October 8 New England & Canada Cruise From New York|
The MSC Meraviglia is expected to sail on a second New England / Canada cruise on 10/18/2019 to Bar Harbor, Me; St. John Nova Scotia Canada; Halifax Nova Scotia Canada, Sydney Canada, Portland, Me; Boston Ma; and back to New York.
|Map of MSC Cruises' MSC Meraviglia's October 18 New England & Canada Cruise From New York|
After completing her New England & Canada Program, the MSC Meravilgia will sail 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.
|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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