“In light of Singapore becoming a new embarkation port we have had to cancel calls to Naha, Japan and Hong Kong but it has also created an opportunity to update and enrich the Grand Voyage’s itinerary with four additional new ports; Langkawi, Penang and Kuala Lumpur in Malaysia, plus Ho Chi Minh City in Vietnam to create a new, one-of-a kind memorable cruise.”
Grand Voyage passengers who have booked a cruise and flight through MSC will be booked automatically on a flight to Singapore.
Customers booked on an outbound flight to Asia, but not through the line, will need to contact their airline or travel agent for a refund or possible re-protection to Singapore.
Splendida will dock in Singapore on Thursday, 13 February and guests can board the ship from 6pm local time, with the vessel departing on Friday, 14 February at 11pm.
MSC said any pre-paid excursions during the Grand Voyage cancelled in the ports of Naha and Hong Kong as a result of the new updated itinerary will be refunded to the customer’s onboard account.
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