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MSC Cruises UK and Ireland Announces Summer 2024 Itinerary from Southampton

MSC Cruises UK and Ireland has announced its Summer 2024 itinerary details.

The Summer season running from April 2024 through to October 2024 offers a huge choice of itineraries to suit any type of traveller with up to 22 ships to choose from. 

Itineraries on board MSC Virtuosa departing from Southampton offer UK and Irish customers the chance to visit idyllic summer destinations in 2024 including Reykjavík, Flaam and Rotterdam. Cruises start from four-night getaways costing £259, seven-night cruises starting at £649 and a 14-night itinerary departing on 7th September 2024 and stopping at locations perfect for soaking up the sun including Casablanca, the Canary Islands and Lisbon, prices starting at £1,449.

MSC Cruises offers an unforgettable onboard experience with an incredible choice of international dining options, world-class entertainment, award-winning facilities and activities for families and children of all ages, luxurious spas and fitness centres as well as comfortable, stylish accommodation to meet every need.

Antonio Paradiso, UK & Ireland MD, MSC Cruises commented:“We are committed to offering the best possible experience for our customers from the UK and Ireland and that is why our latest ship, MSC Virtuosa, will be based in the UK again during Summer 2024. We have noticed a huge demand for stress-free, no-fly cruises from Southampton since our first full ex-UK season back in 2018. Next year, we will welcome our innovative and brand-new ship in the fleet, MSC Euribia, which will sail from the UK during Winter 2023/2024. This will be MSC Cruises’ second LNG-powered ship and will help us to build on the success of ex-UK sailings.

“Booking a cruise early is one of the best ways to take advantage of new itineraries when they are released. There are two compelling reasons why you should book in advance. First, there are certain cabin categories that are usually in high demand when new cruises are released, so it is important that customers book early to avoid disappointment. And secondly, fares are determined by supply and demand, therefore new itineraries tend to have the best and most affordable prices.

“As we are on track to have a record-breaking year in 2023, our travel agents will play a crucial role in pushing these 2024 itineraries to our UK and Ireland customers, ensuring that we achieve these targets and beyond.”

Geoff Percival
Geoff Percival
Geoff has worked in business, news, consumer and travel journalism for more than 25 years; having worked for and contributed to the likes of The Irish Examiner, Business & Finance, Business Plus, The Sunday Times, The Irish News, Senior Times, and The Sunday Tribune.
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