A hallmark of MSC Cruises has always been its innovative itineraries and not-often-visited destinations. Vacationers can select from more than 120 different itineraries throughout the Mediterranean, Caribbean, South America and Baltic on the worlds youngest and most modern fleet.
All this is presented with MSC Cruises genuine Italian hospitality and flair, from the warm hospitality of the Italian officers and high standards of attentive service to the elegant Italian-inspired decor and, of course, La Cucina Italiana,Â the finest of Mediterranean cuisine, combining traditional family recipes and perennial favorites.
The lines onboard entertainment has an international flavor that has earned rave reviews and standing ovations. MSC Cruises also offers a variety of cultural enrichment experiences and theme cruises, from music and art to health and culinary delights.
Since launching an expansion program in 2003, MSC Cruises has introduced six new ships – MSC Lirica, MSC Opera, MSC Musica, MSC Orchestra and MSC Poesia with the lines first post-Panamax ship, the MSC Fantasia joining the fleet in December 2008. Two more elegant European-style cruise ships the 133,500-ton MSC Splendida and the 92,400- ton MSC Magnifica – are also under construction for delivery in 2009, followed by MSC Meraviglia in 2010 and MSC Favoloso in 2011.
With these newbuilds joining the MSC Armonia, MSC Sinfonia, and MSC Melody, MSC Cruises has put together the youngest fleet in the cruise industry.