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MSC Cruises Expects 20% Growth in Greece and Cyprus for 2019

Global cruise giant MSC Cruises expects 20 percent growth in Greece and Cyprus in 2019, on the back of a 72 percent rise in 2018.

MSC Cruises’ Newest Ship Named ‘Belissima’ by ‘Godmother’ Sophia Loren

MSC Cruises’ newest state-of-the-art cruise ship has been named "Belissima" by its “godmother” and Hollywood icon Sophia Loren.

CLIA Europe Appoints Costa Group CEO as New Chairman

Cruise Lines International Association (CLIA) Europe has appointed Michael Thamm, Group CEO at Costa Group and Carnival Asia, as its new chairman.

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

Top Kinisis Travel has announced that 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.

MSC Cruises Orders Four Ultra-luxury Ships from Fincantieri

MSC Cruises has signed a memorandum of agreement with Fincantieri for the construction of four ultra-luxury cruise ships of a total value of over 2 billion euros.

MSC Cruises Announces New Terminal at PortMiami

MSC Cruises and Miami-Dade county have announced the signing of an MOU for the construction of a new Cruise Terminal at PortMiami.

‘MSC Seaview’ Sets off on Maiden Voyage in Luxury and Style 

MSC Cruises recently inaugurated the latest addition to its fleet, the new flagship "MSC Seaview", during a lavish ceremony in Genoa, Italy.

Piraeus Port Welcomes the MSC Musica Cruise Ship

The summer 2018 itineraries of MSC Cruises' "Musica" and "Poesia" ships will begin in Piraeus and include calls to Greek ports including Mykonos and Santorini.

MSC ‘Orchestra’ Gives Piraeus Thumbs Up as Home Port for 2016

The MSC Cruises Orchestra is one more liner selecting Piraeus as its home port for 2016.

MSC ‘Musica’: When Luxury Sails Greek Waters

Luxury liner MSC Musica has set sail for Greek waters with Piraeus as its first port of call on May 7.

Greece Expects ‘Good Year’ for Cruise Industry

2015 is expected to be a good year for the cruise industry and especially for Piraeus Port, according to the president of the Piraeus Port Authority (OLP), Giorgos Anomeritis.
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Heraklion Optimistic On Greek Cruise In 2013

Heraklion, Crete, is expecting the number of cruise liner stopovers at its port this year to increase by 51.8 percent compared to 2012, according to data released today, 14 February.