Three Ships Placed In NSB’s Mediterranean-Australia Cargo-Passenger Service With MSC : Last-Minute Bookings Now Being Taken

Three ships, the MSC Monterey, MSC Geneva and most recently MSC Carouge, have now been placed into MSC’s Italy-Australia service via Suez. Each ship can carry six passengers in one Owners Cabin and two Doubles. These ships are 4,870 TEU (twenty-foot equivalent container) capacity vessels and single passengers are carried at a very modest single supplement of €15 per day on top of the normal fare.

MSC Monterey © Lotse 1967 @ FleetmonThe overall route is : Valencia – Fos sur Mer – La Spezia – Naples – Gioia Tauro – Suez – Pointe des Galets(La Reunion) – Port Louis(Mauritius) – Sydney – Melbourne – Adelaide – Fremantle – Singapore – Jebel Ali – Ad Dammam – Jubail – Jebel Ali – Salalah – King Abdullah – Suez – Piraeus – Valencia – Fos sur Mer – La Spezia.

One-way and partial bookings are possible but passenger bookings are not accepted to or from Middle Eastern ports. The MSC Monterey (pictured) is on charter until 2019, but, subject to renewal, MSC Geneva and MSC Carouge have charters that last only until January / February 2015.

Last-minute passenger space is now available on the following departures:

MSC Carouge from La Spezia about October 5, 2014. For this departure only we also can accept bookings to La Reunion and Mauritius.

MSC Geneva from La Spezia about October 19, 2014 to Sydney etc or the full round voyage.

For further details and bookings to and from Australia please call Miri Lopusna at The Cruise People Ltd in London on 020 7723 2450 or e-mail cruise@cruisepeople.co.uk.

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