Three MSC ships bound for the Middle East, new port calls

17 new departures aboard Virtuosa from Dubai for winter 2023/24

MSC Cruises will add new ports of call for two of its three sailing itineraries in the Middle East during the Northern Hemisphere winter 2023/24 season.

MSC Virtuosa will sail 17 new 7-night voyages in the Arabian Gulf from Dubai, UAE to Doha in Qatar, the new port call of Manama in Bahrain, both Abu Dhabi and Sir Bani Yas Island in the UAE and back to Dubai. International guests have a choice of three embarkation ports: Dubai, Doha and Abu Dhabi. MSC Virtuosa will also serve as a cruise ship hotel for the Formula 1® Etihad Airways Grand Prix, being held between 24 and 26 November.

MSC Opera returns to the region after a successful 2022/23 season with 22 separate 7-night sailings in 2023/24 from Dubai to Abu Dhabi, Sir Bani Yas Island, either Khasab in Oman or Fujairah in the UAE, the Omani capital Muscat and back to Dubai.

MSC Virtuosa in Dubai

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MSC Orchestra will operate a new itinerary during the winter season from Safaga in Egypt with 20 7-night sailings to Jeddah in Saudi Arabia, Aqaba for Petra in Jordan, a new port of call at Sharm El-Sheikh, Egypt, Sokhna Port for Cairo in Egypt and back to Safaga for Luxor. International guests can embark at Safaga, Jeddah, Sharm El-Sheikh and Sokhna Port.

Highlights of MSC Cruises’ Middle East Northern Hemisphere Winter 2023-24 itineraries can be found here.

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