MSC Cruises South Africa
MSC Cruises is the world’s largest privately-owned cruise company and the number one cruise line in South Africa, Europe, South America and the Gulf. The MSC Cruises fleet currently comprises 19 ultra-modern, highly innovative and elegantly designed ships, offering an unparalleled holiday experience with always delicious and authentic food, award-winning entertainment, plenty of relaxation, comfortable accommodation, as well as impeccable service and expertise. MSC Cruises’ holiday experiences are sold across the globe through a distribution network in 81 countries.
MSC Orchestra, a well-known vessel by local cruisers will return to South African waters in November 2022, with approximately 40 sailings to Mozambique and to local destinations. MSC Sinfonia that will operate exclusively out of Cape Town with approximately 22 sailings to Namibia, Mossel Bay and other various local destinations is an exciting offering to our Cape Town Market. The itineraries will vary from 2 to 7-night cruises, offering guests a wider choice of options to book their cruise holiday. The ships will alternate routes, providing South African cruisers with a wider choice of options to suit their holiday needs with more cruise destinations and packages on offer. Cruises are increasingly becoming an appealing holiday choice for South Africans as a hassle-free , safe and all-inclusive vacation with food, accommodation and most activities included in the cruise fare. The diversity of the offerings appeal to holiday makers of all ages, both local and international tourists alike. Enjoy yourself from sunrise to sunset doing anything you wish, from indoor and outdoor daytime activities to night-time cruise entertainment.
You will also find a wide choice of premium boutiques and shops on board. MSC family cruises are designed for parents and children to enjoy fun times together and quality time separately. That's why we’re proud to have built a renowned reputation as a company that knows how to create the best cruises for kids.