Gallery: Zeebrugge Welcomes MSC Preziosa

Image Courtesy: Cruise Port Zeebrugge/Tibo Deprest

MSC Preziosa, a cruise ship owned by Swiss MSC Cruises, has visited Cruise Port Zeebrugge in Belgium for the first time.

The 139,072 gross-ton vessel arrived at the port in the afternoon hours of May 4.

Sailing from Hamburg, MSC Preziosa, which features a length of 333.3 meters and a width of 37.9 meters, continued its voyage to Rotterdam later that day.

In September, Zeebrugge will once again welcome the 2013-built MSC Preziosa, according to the port’s data. 

On April 27, MSC Preziosa’s sister ship, MSC Fantasia, also made a stop at Cruise Port Zeebrugge.

World Maritime News Staff

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