The MSC World Cruise 2025 will travel across three oceans and five continents, stopping in 50 destinations in 21 countries.
The cruise is to be undertaken by MSC Magnifica from January through to May 2025 for a total of 116 nights. Guests will be at sea for 57 days.
Travelers can embark on the voyage from one of four ports: Barcelona, Spain; Marseille, France; Genoa, Italy; and Rome.
Sailing more than 30,000 nautical miles, the cruise begins with a Mediterranean tour around Europe before heading toward South America, via Casablanca, Morocco, and Cape Verde.
Calls are scheduled for Rio de Janeiro; Buenos Aires, Argentina; the Falklands Islands; the snow-capped mountains of Ushuaia; Valparaíso in Chile and more.
The cruise then ventures to the Pacific Ocean for Tahiti, French Polynesia and the Cook Islands before heading toward New Zealand and Australia, followed by Bali, Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand and Sri Lanka.
Toward the end of the journey, the ship will head back to Europe through the Red Sea and the Suez Canal to Jordan and Egypt.