The cruise line recorded almost 400,000 passenger bookings last month
October was a record-breaking month for MSC Cruises with the largest number of monthly passenger bookings in the line’s history for its winter 2022-23 and summer 2023 voyages.
With nearly 400,000 bookings operated by its global fleet of ships in October, the line recorded higher than average historical occupancy levels for both seasons and registered strong bookings for all sailing programmes.
Bookings included reservations made on its latest flagship MSC World Europa, the soon to be delivered MSC Seascape and MSC Euribia, which will come into service in the middle of next year.
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Commenting on the milestone, MSC Cruises CEO Gianni Onorato said: “October has been the strongest month for bookings in the entire history of our brand. This reflects the continued strong investments made in our fleet, which is one of the most modern in the industry with five new state-of-the-art vessels delivered in the last three years alone, and more than any other brand since 2017.
“Consumers are also flocking to our offering due to the excellent value for money all-inclusive holiday proposition cruises represent at all times but especially at this juncture."
Onorato went on to say that MSC Cruises is seeing strong demand in medium to longer term bookings to such an extent that guests and travel partners are starting to close bookings now to avoid disappointment.
Despite the pandemic, MSC Group continued to invest not only in infrastructure in the form new ships but also in the quality of the guest experience.
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