MSC reveals Summer 2022 programme

MSC reveals Summer 2022 programme

Line will have 19 ships operating across Europe

MSC Cruises has revealed its Summer 2022 programme with staggered on-sale dates depending on the destination.

Sales are open today for the Caribbean and Mediterranean, while Northern Europe will go on sale in the New Year.

MSC will be operating 19 ships in Europe for summer 2022, 10 of which will be in the Mediterranean – five in the eastern Mediterranean and five in the west. MSC Magnifica will operate out of Southampton.

The 2022 programme will be split between the following ships:


Western Mediterranean – five ships offering seven-night cruises

  • MSC Seaside offers departures on Saturday from Genoa to Civitavecchia, Palermo, Cagliari, Palma de Mallorca, Valencia, Marseille;
  • MSC Splendida departs Genoa on Saturdays, calling Marseille, Barcelona, Ibiza, Naples, Livorno;
  • MSC Seaview will depart Genoa each Sunday to offer MSC Cruises hugely popular itinerary to Naples, Messina, Valletta, Barcelona, Marseille;
  • MSC Fantasia offers itineraries departing on Sunday from Genoa to Marseille, Barcelona, La Goulette, Palermo, Civitavecchia;
  • MSC Meraviglia departs from Barcelona on Saturdays, sailing to Cannes, Genoa, La Spezia, Civitavecchia, Palma de Mallorca;

Eastern Mediterranean – five ships offering seven-night cruises

  • MSC Musica will offer cruises from Venice on Saturdays to Bari, Santorini, Chania, Corfu, Dubrovnik;
  • MSC Armonia offers sailing on Sundays from Venice to Brindisi, Mykonos, Piraeus, Corfu, Kotor;
  • MSC Lirica departs Venice with cruises to Split, Santorini and Mykonos, Dubrovnik, Ancona;
  • MSC Sinfonia departs on Saturday from Venice, calling at the Greek Islands of Mykonos and Santorini, Kotor, Sarande and Bari;
  • MSC Opera will homeport in Trieste will sail on Saturdays to Bari, Corfu, Kotor, Dubrovnik, Split;

Sales are now open for MSC Musica, MSC Lirica and MSC Sinfonia, while MSC Armonia and MSC Opera will open soon.

The Caribbean  – two ships with two homeports in the US

  • MSC Seashore, the Company’s flagship, will homeport in Miami and offer two alternative itineraries to Eastern or Western Caribbean offered every other week, always calling at Ocean Cay;
  • MSC Divina will homeport in Port Canaveral, sailing to Ocean Cay, Nassau with 2, 3- or 4-night cruises and Ocean Cay and Mexico with 7-night cruises. MSC Divina will also offer a stunning 12-night cruise at the start of the summer season, embarking in Miami, visiting Jamaica, Aruba, Columbia, Panama, Costa Rica, Honduras, Ocean Cay finishing at Port Canaveral.

Autumn 2022 – long cruises from Genoa

  • MSC Splendida offers 9-nights from the Mediterranean Sea to the Atlantic Ocean – Genoa, Malaga, Casablanca, Lisbon, Barcelona and Marseille. calling at Casablanca and Lisbon.
  • MSC Poesia offers 11-nights from Genoa to the Canary Islands, Madeira and Casablanca.
  • MSC Orchestra offers a new 11-night itinerary from Genoa to Greece and Turkey, with MSC Cruises returning to Istanbul with an extended stay in port.
  • MSC Lirica offers four 11-night cruises from Genoa, calling in Rome, Limassol in Cyprus with an overnight stay in Haifa, allowing two days to visit the Holy Land: Bethlehem, Nazareth and Jerusalem and on the way back calling Crete and Olympia.

Northern Europe  – five ships offering cruises from two-nights through to 21-nights

  • MSC Grandiosa will spend her first season in Northern Europe offering two alternative itineraries every other week from Kiel on Saturdays and Copenhagen on Sundays (7 night to Baltic Capital and 7 night to Fjords);
  • MSC Poesia: homeporting in Warnemuende will offer cruises from 7 to 21 nights, visiting the Baltic capitals, Fjords and Greenland;
  • MSC Orchestra will offer mixed cruises from 10 to 14 night from Hamburg to Iceland, Ireland, North Cape and Spitzbergen;
  • MSC Preziosa will serve two alternative itineraries from Kiel on Sundays to the Baltic capitals or Fjords;
  • MSC Magnifica will be based in Southampton offering 2 to 14-night cruises to a range of destinations including the Baltic capitals, Fjords as well as the Mediterranean Sea and Canary Islands.

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