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Trade Update from Suzanne Rowe (MSC Head of Sales Ireland)

22nd June 2022 - 4:00pm

MSC have removed all requirements for covid-related testing at ports around the world

MSC have removed all requirements for covid-related testing at ports around the world

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MSC have removed all requirements for covid-related testing at ports around the world.

 

Please Note the following:

Passengers can get their supervised antigen tests in Ireland, before they fly out to their destination - They will be denied embarkation if they have not done any antigen test.

 

The only exceptions to the new waiver policy regarding testing at port prior to embarkation are in respect of the following:

  • Any cruises departing from Piraeus, Greece
  • Any Grand Voyage or World Cruise itinerary
  • Certain departures from US ports that take in itineraries in the Caribbean

It is imperative that you check our website under out Health & safety requirement in advance of travel as they may change.

 

 PLEASE NOTE A VERY IMPORTANT UPDATE ABOUT THE COVID INSURANCE POLICY:

  • For all new bookings made starting from 1 July 2022, for all sailings/canvas, the Covid 19 Insurance is no longer mandatory to embark on our ships, while it will be strongly recommended.
  • Based on the above, passengers at the terminal will not be required to provide any documentation showing the COVID-19 coverage to be allowed onboard.
  • Pls note you will still need a Covid Cover insurance up to and including the 1st of July

It is imperative that you check our website under out Health & safety requirement in advance of travel as they may change.


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