Experience the flavors of Italy aboard MSC Cruises and enjoy the authentic Italian cuisine and hospitality that has come to define MSC Cruise Line as one of the leading lines in the industry. From the friendly crew to the premium accommodations, MSC Italian Cruises is committed to providing an exceptional cruise experience that encompasses some of the best of what Italy has to offer.
MSC Cruises- Destinations
The 2006 MSC Cruises itineraries are classified into six categories: Caribbean, Mediterranean, Northern Europe, South America, South Africa, and Transatlantic. There are multiple itineraries available for each of these regions, exploring different sections and focusing on some of the most exciting ports abroad.
2006 MSC Cruises will also offer a 7-night tour of the Mediterranean that includes stops in Genoa, Rome, Messina, Tunis, Palma de Mallorca, Barcelona and Marseilles, while an alternative 11-night tour might include stops in Genoa, Naples, Alexandria, Rhodes, Tripoli, and Dubrovnik.
Visit South America on a 7-night 2006 MSC cruise with stops in Rio de Janeiro, Santos, Buzios, Copacabana, and Salvador or embark upon an 18-day transatlantic journey from Italy to Brazil, cruising through the ports of Genoa, Alicante, Malaga, Funchal, Tenerife, Mindelo, Recife, Salvador, and Rio de Janeiro. MSC Cruise Line specializes in itineraries that maximize your cruising experience by granting you access to some of the most exotic ports in the world.
MSC Cruises- Fleet
The mid-sized ships of MSC Cruise Line are sleek and elegant, embodying the very essence of true Italian design. Accommodating between 550 and 3,000 passengers, the ships of MSC Italian Cruises are luxuriously appointed with a broad selection of dining, entertainment, and stateroom options. From the intimate 563-foot MSC Monterey to the colossal MSC Musica with the capacity to accommodate over 3,000 guests, the ships of MSC Italian Cruises are beautifully designed and fully equipped with a broad array of modern amenities.
MSC Cruises – Onboard Entertainment
There are many options for onboard activities and entertainment on the ships of MSC Cruise Line. Peruse the shelves of the library for poolside reading, challenge a family member to a game of tennis, improve your golf swing in the onboard golf simulator, tour the art gallery, or check your email in the Internet Café Feel your tension dissolve in the Jacuzzi or beneath the expert hands of a trained masseuse in the spa.
Select a fine cigar from the cigar bar, sample a tender slice of sashimi in the sushi bar, or practice your best poker face in the card room, located aboard every MSC Italian Cruises ship. Enjoy a new or classic film in the cinema, try your hand at blackjack in the casino, or dance the night away in the discotheque. While activities vary by ship, this is a representative sampling of the options available onboard the fleet of MSC Cruise Line.
MSC Cruises – Dining
Dining is particularly lovely aboard the ships of MSC Cruise Line, from the morning breakfast buffet to the exquisite Italian cuisine served at dinner. Savor the bright flavors of Italy in the garlic, olives, basil, red peppers, and tomatoes that star in the innovative dishes designed by the executive chef.
A delectable midnight buffet is available aboard every MSC Italian Cruises ship to appease those craving a late night snack while a casual lunch is available from the grill or pizzeria. Of course, room service is always available for those wishing to take their meals in the comfort and privacy of their MSC cruise ship stateroom.
MSC Cruises – How to Book
To learn more about MSC Cruise Line, 2008 MSC Cruises itineraries, or to make your MSC Italian Cruises reservation, give an experienced Cruise Network cruise specialist call today.