TOURISM: MSC Cruises Offers New Destinations
Recent Western Cape Business News
MSC Cruises will set a new cruising record in South Africa this coming 2010/11 summer season with two cruise liners scheduled for a bumper 69 departures out of local ports to offer the greatest variety of destinations ever.
The 2087 capacity MSC Sinfonia, described as the finest floating hotel to operate out of South Africa, will be back for a second extended season cruising mainly from Durban to Mozambique and the Indian Ocean Islands from November through to May 2011.
Cruising simultaneously and offering new Atlantic and Indian Ocean destinations from December through to March 2011 out of Durban and Cape Town will be the more intimate 1500 capacity MSC Melody. Already known locally this well loved ship sets the standard for classic cruising comfort.
MSC Melody will be a regular visitor to Cape Town this coming season and offer new cruise destinations and a total of 11 departures out of the Mother City. Included are 3 X four night cruise to the old whaling port of Walvis Bay on Namibia’s famed Skeleton Coast and 2 X three night cruises to the Southern Cape’s popular holiday resort of Mossel Bay with views en route of the world renowned Cape Point and Africa’s most southerly point, Cape Agulhas.
Other shorter cruises aboard MSC Melody include four scenic three night cruises between Cape Town and Durban and three fun two night “cruises to nowhere” out of Cape Town promising sightings of dolphin and whales and glorious Atlantic ocean sunsets.
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