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All of the MSC Cruises ships still to come!

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All part of their 11.5 Billion Euro plan

MSC Cruises seems to have a new ship everywhere these days. Their fleet is growing at an incredible pace and with their bold investment plan of 11.5 Billion Euros spread over thirteen ships, you are sure to either see or travel on one of their new ships in the next few years. There are currently ten ships still to be built.


Here is a breakdown of what is still to come!

MSC Bellissima

  • Due: March 2019
  • Class: Meraviglia
  • 167,600 GRT
  • 4,180 Passengers
MSC Meraviglia class

MSC Meraviglia class

MSC Grandiosa

  • Due: November 2019
  • Class: Meraviglia-Plus
  • 177,000 GRT
  • 6,300 Passengers (max)
MSC Meraviglia-Plus class

MSC Meraviglia-Plus class

MSC Virtuosa 

  • Due: September 2020
  • Class: Meraviglia-Plus
  • 177,000 GRT
  • 6,300 Passengers (max)
MSC Meraviglia-Plus class

MSC Meraviglia-Plus class

Seaside EVO (Currently unnamed)

  • Due: May 2021
  • Class: Seaside Evo
  • 169,380 GRT
  • 4,560 Passengers
MSC Seaside class

MSC Seaside class

World I (Currently unnamed)

  • Due: 2022
  • Class: World
  • 205,700 GRT
  • 6,700 Passengers (max)
MSC World-Class

MSC World-Class

Seaside EVO II (Currently unnamed)

  • Due: 2023
  • Class: Seaside Evo
  • 169,830 GRT
  • 4,560 Passengers
MSC Seaside class

MSC Seaside class

Meraviglia-Plus III (Currently unnamed)

  • Due: 2023
  • Class: Meraviglia-Plus
  • 177,000 GRT
  • 6,300 Passengers (max)
MSC Meraviglia-Plus class

MSC Meraviglia-Plus class

World II (Currently unnamed)

  • Due: 2024
  • Class: World
  • 205,700 GRT
  • 6,700 Passengers (max)
MSC World-Class

MSC World-Class

World III (Currently unnamed)

  • Due: 2025
  • Class: World
  • 205,700 GRT
  • 6,700 Passengers (max)
MSC World-Class

MSC World-Class

World IV (Currently unnamed)

  • Due: 2026
  • Class: World
  • 205,700 GRT
  • 6,700 passengers (max)
MSC World-Class

MSC World-Class


About Author

Chris Hughes

Chris is an ex-Royal Navy Reservist. During his time in the Royal Navy, Chris served in the Maritime Trade Operations Branch. A now seasoned cruiser, the first ship for Chris was Cunard Lines' Queen Victoria. Chris enjoys nothing more than relaxing on a balcony during a sea day, gazing out to sea and enjoying the cruise lifestyle!

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