MSC reveals launch city for new ex-UK ship Euribia

By Harry Kemble
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Incoming MSC Cruises ship MSC Euribia will be named in Copenhagen this summer before offering a series of ex-UK voyages between November 2023 and April 2024.

The official naming ceremony for the 6,327-passenger vessel will take place on 8 June.

UK and Ireland Managing Director Antonio Paradiso said MSC Euribia’s 25 ex-UK sailings were part of the line’s commitment to ‘offering the best experience for our guests from the UK and Ireland’.

He said: “Since our first full ex-UK season back in 2018, we’ve seen a huge demand for stress-free, no-fly cruises from Southampton on our current UK-based ship MSC Virtuosa.

“We will be able to build on this success by offering our UK customers the opportunity to experience one of the most impressive cruise experiences available, featuring leading sustainability technology and cutting-edge design.”

MSC Euribia will start its inaugural season in northern Europe from 10 June, with sailings from Copenhagen and Kiel.

It will be the second ship in the fleet to be powered by liquefied natural gas and will also have wastewater treatment system, waste management handling and shore power connectivity to enable zero emissions in ports where shore power is available.

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