MSC Cruises: Where Every Passenger Matters

No other cruise line presents the rich culture and scenic wonders of Europe quite like MSC Cruises.  A family owned company, MSC Cruises goes to great lengths to make guests feel welcome and comfortable and to give passengers a fantastic cruising experience.

The MSC Fleet

MSC Cruises has eleven ships in its fleet, namely, the MSC Magnifica, the MSC Splendida, MSC Orchestra, MSC Sinfonia, MSC Lirica, MSC Opera, MSC Armonia MSC Fantasia, MSC Poesia, and MSC Melody.  MSC Cruises sails to the most popular and the most breathtaking destinations in the world – the Mediterranean, Northern Europe, South Africa, Canada and New England, the Caribbean and South America.

Romantic Cruises

Nothing is more romantic than an Italian style cruise.  MSC Cruises offers the most intimate cruises to the world’s romantic destinations.  Couples are swept away to Europe, the Caribbean, Athens, Rhodes, Venice, Tunisia, France or South Africa.  MSC Cruises knows that the little things make the difference so it isn’t unlikely that couples will find flowers, champagne and fresh fruit waiting in their staterooms.

Family Cruises

With the company’s Italian heritage, family comes first indeed.  Children who are 11 years old and younger can cruise with their families free of charge.  MSC Cruises attends to the needs of every family member.  There are three clubs for children – the Mini club for the smaller kids, the Junior club for those who are 9 to 12 years old, and the Teenager’s club for those who are 13 to 17 years old.  Children have the time of their lives with fun activities which are suited to their age.  Adults, on the other hand, can enjoy a wonderful massage or have a relaxing swim in the pool.  Even the family staterooms are mindful of the needs of every member of the family.  Instead of being accommodated altogether in a room, MSC Cruises provides an adjoining room so that children can stay in one room while the adults can stay in the other.

Theme Cruises

MSC Cruises also offers Theme Cruises, each featuring a particular interest or activity which allows passengers to enjoy a cruise while doing the things that they love to do.  Some of the themes include the Big Band Cruise which is ideal for jazz or music lovers and the Chess Cruise which offers chess lessons, tournaments and friendly games and discussions with fellow chess enthusiasts.  Those who would rather tango can join the Dance Cruise which sails, of course, to Latin America.  For those who want complete relaxation, the Wellness Cruise is the best choice.  MSC Cruises’ spa therapists, together with the soothing and calming effect of the sea, will ensure that both the body and mind attain wellness.

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