Itinerary covers 50 destinations in 116 nights
Bookings have opened for a new 2025 world cruise by MSC Cruises.
The 116-night MSC Magnifica itinerary enables passengers to join from four European ports – Civitavecchia for Rome, Genoa, Marseille and Barcelona on 4, 5, 6 and 7 January 2025, respectively.
The voyage visits 50 destinations – including 22 not featured before – across 21 countries, and sailing more than 30,000 nautical miles.
Overnight stays in Rio de Janeiro, Buenos Aires and Valparaiso, Chile are among the highlights before the ship crosses the Pacific for 19 days around New Zealand and Australia.
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The first call in Asia is an overnight port in Bali, followed by stops in Singapore, Port Klang and Penang in Malaysia and Phuket in Thailand.
During the journey across the Indian Ocean, guests can enjoy a visit to the capital of Sri Lanka, Colombo. Aqaba in Jordan; Sharm el-Sheikh in Egypt; and a transit through the Suez Canal follow before a call into Alexandria for visits to Cairo and the pyramids.
MSC Magnifica then sails back to Europe, visiting four cities in Italy, ending the three-month journey in Genoa.
Prices lead in at US$18,000 per person based on an interior cabin.
A dine-and-drink package is included for all world cruise passengers and 15 shore excursions are included in the booking price. A 30% discount on laundry is also offered.
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