In Fig. – Departure of MSc Punyasutra from Saint-Nazaire

Virtuous MSc, New giant liner Delivered by Chantiers de l’Atlantique, left Saint-Nazaire on Tuesday 30 March. He is going to make his first cruise in the UK in the coming few weeks. It will be reserved for British travelers.

The cruise was reserved for the British in May and June.

The huge ship 331 meters long and 67 meters high, Able to accommodate 6,334 passengers And 1,704 crew members left the port of Nazare in the late afternoon. He led Le Havre before making his inaugural cruise from Southampton on 20 May. In May and June, the magnificent ship will debut with a series of so-called cruises “the household”Departing from Greenock near Southampton, Liverpool and Glasgow, MSC Cruises announced. “These cruises will only be available to UK residents, regardless of their age and _Are they vaccinated or not_According to a press release, which specifies “All passengers must do an antigen test before boarding” And “Travelers who have not been vaccinated will also have to undergo a PCR test within 72 hours” Before going on board.

And soon, “the largest ocean liner in the world”

This floating city, which has four swimming pools, several bars, restaurants and spacious suites, was delivered on 1 February. This is the sixteenth boat built by Chantiers de l’Atlantique, specifically for the Italian-Swiss shipbuilder MSC Cruises. MSc Grandiosa Given in October 2019, and MSc Bellissima Delivered in February 2019. The next liner is due to leave Chantiers de l’Atlantic Wonder of the sea, Ordered by the American cruise line Royal Caribbean, and which will “The largest in the world”. It will be 362 meters long. Its delivery is scheduled for the end of 2021.

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