MSC Cruises suspends calls to St Petersburg

MSC Virtuosa

MSC Cruises suspends calls to St Petersburg as it announced today that it has suspended its ships’ calls to St Petersburg, Russia due to recent developments in the region and related security concerns.

Baltic summer 2022 itineraries to call alternative ports in Stockholm, Helsinki or Tallinn

The health and safety of its passengers and crew was its top priority. Baltic Sea sailings from May through to October 2022, will no longer call at St Petersburg. MSC Preziosa, MSC Grandiosa, MSC Poesia and MSC Virtuosa – will all suspend their calls to the Russian city.

Since the onset of current events, MSC Cruises has been communicating with alternative ports, such as Stockholm, Helsinki and Tallinn. Once new itineraries have been confirmed, the exact details for each individual sailing will be advised.

Travel agents and direct guests will be notified of the new arrangements as soon as possible.

MSC Cruises will also update its website to reflect the confirmed details of the new itineraries to provide maximum clarity for existing guests as well as for anyone looking to book future holidays at sea in the Baltic Sea. 

No MSC Cruises’ ships currently call at St Petersburg. 

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