Miami is often the focus of activity in the cruise industry, but today it was 65 miles east of there on a private island in the Bahamas. MSC was breaking ground on what will become Ocean Can Marine Reserve, and a popular port of call on their Caribbean programs.
MSC will welcome their first customers to the completed island in November 2018.
Details appeared in the January 17 edition of Cruise News Daily.
MSC Cruises’ Executive Chairman Pierfrancesco Vago (left) and , Prime Minister of The Bahamas Perry Gladstone Christie (right) break ground at Ocean Cay MSC Marine Reserve