Domestic travellers can look forward to setting sail on international waters in late 2020, as MSC Cruises revealed that it will be resuming operations in November.
The easing of nationwide lockdown restrictions has yet to see the relaxation of any rules and regulations regarding international border crossing for leisurely travel. South Africans are left planning for their December holidays by only considering domestic locations, optimistically assuming that they will be able to legally travel interprovincially by then.
MSC Cruises revealed its 2020 and 2021 schedule, announcing that it will be resuming operations on Friday, 20 November 2020. The travel route will journey through Durban, Maputo, Portuguese Island, Pomene, and back to Durban; from Durban to Port Elizabeth and docking in Cape Town; and from Durban to the Portuguese Island back to Durban.
A more high-end route which will only be setting sale in 2021 will include a return trip to Durban, making stops in islands such as the Portuguese Island, Nosy Be (Madagascar), Port Victoria (Seychelles), and Port Louis (Mauritius).
View the full MSC Musica 2020 and 2021 schedule here.