MSC Cruises Extends Temporary Pause Of US-Sailings Through To And Including February 28, 2021
FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. (December 3, 2020) – MSC Cruises announced today a further extension of the temporary pause of its US-based sailings through to and including February 28, 2021.
The decision will affect the schedules of three ships based in Florida: MSC Seaside in Port Canaveral and MSC Meraviglia and MSC Armonia both in PortMiami.
Guests booked and paid in full through MSC Cruises USA or affiliated US-based travel advisors on the impacted sailings will be offered a 125 percent future cruise credit (FCC) of the original cruise fare where they have the opportunity to transfer the full amount paid for their cancelled cruise to a future cruise of their choice – on any ship, and any itinerary – through April 30, 2022, or can request a refund.
The 125% FCC provides guests with opportunities to upgrade their stateroom category and add pre-purchases such as specialty dining, beverage packages, Wi-Fi, or spa treatments to their booking.
For additional details, guests should contact their travel advisor or MSC Cruises directly.
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