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MSC Cruises today announced another milestone in its US expansion with plans to add a new US home port. Gianni Onorato, CEO of MSC Cruises, said: “This announcement is the latest step in our strategy to further expand the presence of MSC ships in the US. Earlier this year, we began operations in our third US home port, New York City, and offer year-round departures from there. Port Miami and Port Canaveral , we are proud to have Galveston now a part of our growing itinerary.”

New ships can now be registered

Reservations are now open for year-round cruises from Galveston. 7-night cruises depart every Sunday from Galveston in the Caribbean with stops in Costa Maya, Cozumel (Mexico) and Isla de Rotán (Honduras). The first launch is scheduled for November 9, 2025.

“We are pleased to have MSC Seascape conveniently accessible from/to Galveston, especially for guests in the Midwest and West of the United States, as well as for international guests via the airport hub in Houston,” continued Onorato.

Highlights of the new cruise with MSC Seascape:

Costa Maya, Mexico: Home to the ancient Mayan ruins of Szachoben and Cohunlich, guests discover 4,000 years of history of the Costa Maya and the Mayan people, as well as spectacular wildlife on guided tours from sea to jungle.

Roatan Island, Honduras: Off the coast of Honduras lies Isla de Roatan, a large untouched island known for its incredible barrier reef. There are white sand beaches, snorkeling trips, shipwrecks and glass-bottom boat excursions. For the more adventurous, guides offer extensive hiking and archeology tours through the ancient world of Mayan culture and the capital, Jackson Hole.

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Cozumel, Mexico: Known worldwide for its incredible diving excursions, Cozumel offers snorkeling tours in an ancient Mayan cave, clear water kayaking and immersive experiences with dolphins, manatees and other wildlife. Tours of the city or even nearby Mayan ruins are available.

More information on MSC Seascape and departures from Galveston can be found here: (red)