MSC expands its activities on cruises departing from US ports

MSC Cruises has expanded its onboard activities on itineraries aboard MSC Divina, MSC Seashore and MSC Meraviglia departing from US ports.

The Family Deck party – featuring appetizers, carnival games, a bouncy castle, balloon animals, face painting and prizes, among other things – will debut on MSC Divina’s seven-night itineraries at departure from Port Canaveral this month, “having received rave reviews from parents and children sailing on MSC Seashore,” said MSC Cruises.


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The event will also be unveiled on board MSC Meraviglia when it arrives in the United States in October 2022.

The International Meet cocktail and dinner, which was introduced on MSC Seashore in July, will now also be available on board MSC Divina.

The event offers a “relaxed atmosphere for guests wishing to make the most of the global flavor of MSC Cruises by meeting travelers of over 180 nationalities commonly represented on board over drinks and selections from the newly refreshed onboard menus of the cruise line”, the added cruise line.

Other activities on board both ships include the Veteran’s Gathering, LGBTQIAP+ Gathering, Solo Travelers, and decorating cocktails and cupcakes.

MSC Seashore moored at MSC Ocean Cay
MSC Seashore moored at MSC’s Ocean Cay (Photo via Holly Johnson)

The line also offers romantic couples under the stars, with live music and cocktails on deck.

MSC Seashore sails on alternate seven-night Eastern and Western Caribbean itineraries from PortMiami, and MSC Divina on three- and seven-night cruises from Port Canaveral.

For the 2022-2023 Caribbean season, MSC Divina will deploy on three- to 10-night cruises from PortMiami and, on October 13, 2022, MSC Meraviglia will launch three- to seven-night cruises from Port Canaveral.

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