MSC Cruises Cancels Calls Through the 2011-12 Season

La Goulette (Tunis), Tunisia, courtesy of MSC CruisesMSC Cruises has announced it will cancel all calls in Tunisia, Egypt and Barhain, through the 2011-12 season, citing regard for guests' safety and security, following recent political developments in the three countries. The line will offer passengers alternative itineraries or days at sea with bookings in throughout the regions, with the opportunity to discover other calls.

Prior to recent events, guests could visit La Goulette (Tunis) in Tunisia, pictured. Off the Persian Gulf, the island of Barhain gave cruisers easy access to Saudi Arabia, Iraq, Iran, the United Arab Emirates and Oman.

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