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Top Kinisis: Greece on Schedule of Luxury MSC Cruises for 2019

MSC Seaview. Photo Source: @MSC Cruises

MSC Seaview Photo Source: @MSC Cruises

Luxury liners MSC Musica and MSC Magnifica will be heading for the port of Piraeus in 2019, with two weekly departures for the Aegean, Dalmatian and Italian coasts.

As of June 5 and through to October 3, Top Kinisis Travel, representing MSC Cruises in Greece and Cyprus, is for the sixth consecutive year offering Greek holidaymakers the opportunity to travel in luxury on board the MSC Musica and the MSC Magnifica, complete with 16 restaurants and bars, theaters, casinos, fitness centers with panoramic sea views, jacuzzis, swimming pools, cinemas by the pool, 24-hour room service, child care and a wide range of sightseeing tours at destination ports.

The MSC Musica itinerary will run every Wednesday, welcoming  passengers at the port of Piraeus to: Sarande (Albania) – Dubrovnik (Croatia) – Venice (Italy) – Brindisi (Italy) – Katakolo, Pyrgos – Mykonos, and back to Piraeus.

The MSC Magnifica will every Thursday pick up travelers from Piraeus for Corfu – Kotor (Croatia) – Venice (Italy) – Bari (Italy) – Katakolo, Pyrgos – Santorini, and return to Piraeus.

Based in Geneva, Switzerland, Italian MSC Cruises is the world’s largest privately-held cruise company, employing 16,500 people in 45 countries.

It boasts one of the youngest fleets in the world consisting of 15 ultra-modern cruise liners. Under the company’s 11.6-billion-euro investment plan, the fleet is set to expand to 25 mega-cruise ships by 2026.

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