MSC presents new features for the cruise season in Brazil. See ships and itineraries!

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MSC Cruzeiros presented all the details of the next cruise season in Brazil and around the world this morning. At an event for more than 300 travel agents in São Paulo, the shipowner brought more information about the itineraries of the four ships coming to the country in the second half of the year.

One of the new features of the new season is the presence of MSC Seaview leaving Santos on an international trip – until then, the ship had only boarded in Rio de Janeiro.

MSC Cruises will offer more than 190 thousand cabins on sailings in Brazil in the 2024/205 season. In the current season, which is being finalized, the carrier transported more than 670,000 Brazilian guests across South America and other international destinations.

Book your MSC cruise for the 2024/2025 season in Brazil now. Check itineraries and prices!

MSC Connection Event in São Paulo

Cruise season 2024/2025

MSC Cruises ships begin leaving Europe in October, arriving in Brazil the following month. The season runs until April 2025. Check out the shipowner’s ships coming to the country.

MSC Seaview

If in the current season the MSC Seaview had Rio de Janeiro as its base, now the ship will have regular embarkations on the coast of São Paulo, in Santos. It will offer mini cruises of 3 to 5 days with alternating visits to Búzios, Ilha Grande, Rio de Janeiro, Balneário Camboriú and Porto Belo. The 7-night trips will have two itineraries: one with stops in Salvador, Ilhéus and Rio de Janeiro; the other visiting Balneário Camboriú, Montevideo (Uruguay) and Buenos Aires, in Argentina.

Check out all MSC Seaview itineraries and prices!

MSC Grandiosa

MSC Grandiosa returns for its second season in Brazil with the nickname of the largest cruise ship to sail through the country. The vessel, which has capacity for 6,334 guests, will board in Santos, Salvador and Maceió, with routes through northeastern Brazil. It will also make stops in Ilha Grande and Búzios.

Check out all MSC Grandiosa cruises and secure your reservation!

MSC Orchestra

MSC Orchestra is one of MSC Cruises’ new features in the 2024/2025 Brazilian season, starting its journey on November 30th. With trips lasting 3 to 8 nights, you will have different itineraries leaving from Rio de Janeiro. On the longest cruise, you will pass through Buenos Aires, Punta del Este and Montevideo.

See MSC Orchestra cruises in Brazil

MSC Armonia

MSC Armonia is the smallest ship that will be here next season, with capacity to receive 2,620 guests. The ship’s focus is on cruises in the south of the country, with embarkations in Itajaí and Paranaguá. In addition to cruises through Brazil, it will also visit Punta del Este and Buenos Aires.

Book your MSC Armonia cruise here

International cruises

During the Conexão MSC event, the shipowner’s executives also detailed the company’s other international itineraries. “The Caribbean is where we are growing the most,” said Ignacio Palacios, sales director at MSC.

For the next season, the shipowner will have seven ships for cruises in the Caribbean, departing from three embarkation ports in the United States: Miami, Port Canaveral and New York. In April 2025, in fact, MSC will launch its newest ship that will tour the Caribbean, the MSC World America. It is also possible to take a Caribbean cruise without a visa – embarkation is in the city of Fort-de-France, in Martinique.

In addition to the Caribbean, MSC has cruises to North America, Europe, the Middle East, China, South Korea and Japan.

Do you feel like taking a cruise outside Brazil? There are two-night trips in Europe for less than R$700 per person!

See all the options and guarantee your reservation!


Did you go on any cruises this season or are you already planning a trip for next season? Participate in the comments!

The article is in Portuguese

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