By the Caribbean Journal staff
MSC Cruises is bringing its MSC Armonia cruise ship to Miami, with plans to launch a new series of itineraries that include stops in Cuba.
Beginning Dec. 10, the Armonia will sail seven-night voyages in the Caribbean that stop in Montego Bay, Grand Cayman, Cozumel and Havana.
The Havana stop includes an overnight stay from Saturday to Sunday.
“We are thrilled that in 60 days MSC Armonia will join MSC Seaside and MSC Divina in Miami, further enriching our offer to guests sailing from North America,” said Roberto Fusaro, president of MSC Cruises USA. “Not only will we offer MSC Cruises’ guests a brand new attractive itinerary, but also a variety of enhancements to make the MSC Armonia experience that much more memorable. On board, guests will delight in fresh entertainment and new gourmet culinary choices, while on shore, an overnight in Havana will allow guests to fully experience the culturally vibrant city.”
MSC Armonia recently completed an enhancement project that includes a new specialty restaurant called “Surf & Turf,” along with a “Havana-inspired” mojito bar.