MSC Grandiosa is due to recommence cruises on January 24, the company has announced.
The ship was the first in the MSC Cruises fleet to resume sailings back in August. It paused over the Christmas period due to a change in government rules.
It will now recommence sailings in the Western Mediterranean.
In a statement the company said: “Following the latest ministerial decree issued by the Italian government and related updated health measures, the Company’s flagship will resume her planned weekly cruises leaving every Sunday from Genoa, Italy and calling the other Italian ports of Civitavecchia, Naples, Palermo as well as Valetta in Malta. Embarkation will be available from each port in Italy.”
“The latest ministerial decree authorised the resumption of cruise operations under the protection of the unique health and safety protocol that had been developed with and authorised by the Italian health, transport and safety authorities last summer. Since then, MSC Cruises has safely welcomed over 30,000 guests on board its two ships based out of Italy.”
For more details about MSC Grandiosa’s itinerary see: www.msccruises.co.uk/cruises/ships/msc-grandiosa/itineraries