Artist rendering of the planned island. Courtesy of MSC Cruises
MSC Cruises has unveiled plans to develop a private marine reserve island in the Bahamas. The project was launched December 16 in Nassau when MSC’s Executive Chairman Pierfrancesco Vago signed a 100-year lease with Bahamian Prime Minister Perry Christie to allow MSC to develop the island.
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will base a second ship in Cuba for the winter 16/17 season- the European line announced today. MSC Armonia
and MSC Opera
will both operate out of Havanna.
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picture by Karl Borg (Albireo2006) [CC BY-SA 2.0], via Wikimedia Commons
A single, large wave struck the MSC Divina as it was departing St. Juan, Puerto Rico on route to the Bahamas. One porthole was damaged and two passengers received slight injuries, but the ship could continue on it’s sailing.
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MSC announced a new partnership with Cirque du Soleil today. Under the agreement, the newest MSC ships (“Meraviglia” class) will feature a dedicated dinner theatre and lounge where guest can enjoy a specific Cirque du Soleil performance while being served dinner.
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