The MSC Magnifica this week became MSC Cruises’ second ship to return to service considering that the global cruise shutdown, initiating a series of 10-day eastern and western Mediterranean cruises from Genoa, Italy.The MSC Grandiosa became the world’s very first major cruise liner to return to service when it resumed cruising in August on travel plans from Italy. The ship has actually now finished 9, seven-day voyages, with measures including secured coast excursions and Covid-19 screening all travelers and team before boarding. The Magnifica will go to Livorno(Florence and Pisa ), Civitavecchia(
Rome )and Messina, Italy; Piraeus (Athens)and Katakolon (Olympia), Greece; and Valletta, Malta. The ship is arranged to run 6 cruises before the end of the year, including an eight-day Christmas cruise leaving Dec. 18. Other health and wellness protocol on both ships include raised sanitation and
cleansing steps, handled social distancing, the using of face masks in public locations and innovation to assist tracking and tracing. Both ships are operating at 70 %capability to much better enable social distancing.