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MSC CRUISES
6750 North Andrews Avenue Suite 100
Fort Lauderdale, Florida 33309
(877) 665-4655
(908) 605-2600 Fax
www.msccruisesusa.com
 
MSC Armonia (formerly European Vision): entered service in 2001 and joined MSC in 2004; 58,625 GRT; 824 x 94 feet; 1,544-passenger capacity (2,199 when every berth full); 777 staterooms; Italian officers and international crew; seven-night cruises in the Red Sea and seven-night cruises in Eastern Mediterranean (Category C-four+ stars).

MSC Divina and MSC Preziosa: entered service in 2012 and 2013, respectively; 139,400 GRT; 3,502-passenger capacity (4,345 when every berth full); 1,751 staterooms; Italian officers and international crew; MSC Divinia offers three-to eleven-night cruises in the Caribbean from the late fall to the early spring and seven-to-ten night cruises in the Eastern Mediterranean during the remainder of the year. MSC Preziosa offers three-to seven-night cruises in South America during the late fall through the winter and seven-night cruises in the Eastern Mediterranean during the other months. (Category C-5-five stars).
Yacht Club (Category A/B six stars).

MSC Fantasia and MSC Splendida: entered service in 2008 and 2009, respectively; 137,936 GRT; 1,094 x 124 feet; 3,274-passenger capacity; 1,637 staterooms; Italian officers and international crew; MSC Fantasia offers eleven-night cruises in Eastern Mediterranean from late fall through early spring and seven-night cruises in Western Mediterranean during the remainder of the year. Splendida offers seven-night Western Mediterranean cruises year-round.(Category C-5-four stars).
Yacht Club (Category A/B-six stars).

MSC LIRICA: entered service in 2003; 59,058 GRT; 824 x 94 feet; 1,560-passenger capacity (2,199 when every berth full); 780 staterooms; Italian officers and international crew; seven-night cruises in United Arab Emirates from the late fall through the winter and seven and eleven-night Eastern Mediterranean cruises during the remainder of the year. (Category C-four+ stars).

MSC Musica and MSC Orchestra: entered service in 2006 and 2007, respectively; 92,409 GRT; 964 x 121 feet; 2,550-passenger capacity (3,223 when every berth full); 1,275 staterooms; Italian klofficers and international crew; MSC Musica offers seven-night deep Southern Caribbean sailings from the late fall to early spring and seven- and eleven-night cruises in Western Mediterranean during the remainder of the year; MSC Orchestra offers three- to eight-night cruises in South America from the late fall through the winter and in the summer three-to nine-night Western Mediterranean and seven-night Northern Europe, as well as, three- and eleven-night cruises in the Black Sea in the early fall. (Category C-five stars).

MSC Opera: entered service in 2004; 59,058 GRT; 824 x 94 feet; 1,712-passenger capacity (2,199 whenever berth full); 856 staterooms; Italian officers and international crew; two- to ten- night South African cruises from the late fall through early spring and seven-to ten-night Northern Europe cruises during the remaining months. Northern Europe cruises during. (Category C-four+ stars).

MSC Poesia and MSC Magnifica: entered service in 2008 and 2010, respectively; 92,627 GRT for Poesia and 95,128 for Magnifica; 964 x 121 feet; 3,223-passenger capacity (2,550 lower berths) for Poesia and 3,013-passenger capacity (2,518 lower berths) for Magnifica; 1,275 staterooms for Poesia and 1,259 for Magnifica; Italian officers and international crew; MSC Poesia offers three- to nine-night South American cruises from the late fall to the early spring, seven-night Northern Europe cruises during the summer, and eight-night Western Mediterranean during the early fall; MSC Magnifica sails six- and seven-night South American cruises during the winter and two- to fourteen-night Northern Europe cruises during the summer. (Category C-five stars).

MSC Sinfonia (formerly European Star): entered service in 2002 and joined MSC in 2005; 58,625 GRT; 824 x 94 feet; 1,544-passenger capacity; 777 staterooms; Italian officers and international crew; two- to fourteen- night cruises in South Africa from late fall through winter, and twelve night Black Sea cruises during the spring, seven-night cruises in Western Mediterranean during the summer and eleven-night cruises in Eastern Mediterranean in the early fall. (Category C-four+ stars).
 
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