MSC Musica

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The MSC Musica was built and launched in 2006, and was the first in MSC’s line of Musica class ships. With a total of 1,275 cabins, she can carry well over 2,500 people, and she’s an enormous 964 feet in length. The Musica cruises in a wide range of locations, specializing in Mediterranean cruises that traverse Italy, Spain, France, and Tunisia, with ports of call at Genoa, Civitavecchia, Palermo, La Goulette, and Marseille, as well as cruises of Venice and the Adriatic Sea. Equally fabulous are the Musica’s tours of the United Arab Emirates and Oman, which include stops in Abu Dhabi, Dubai, and Muscat.

An amazing sight to behold both inside and out, the Musica is a truly beautiful ship. Her central foyer is an incredible work of art, with a shimmering three-tier waterfall and an amazing crystalline floor that provides the perfect touch of elegance to the sumptuously decorated reception area. This opulent theme is continued all over the ship, from the rich blues of the casino, to the rich black and gold of the ship’s specialty restaurant, and the stunning sparkle of the theatre. Each cabin and suite is decorated with the same attention to detail, and passengers will find a wide range of different berthing options on boat the MSC Musica. There are interior cabins, ocean view, and balcony cabins, as well as a range of luxury suits, each with their own balcony. For passengers with disabilities or limited mobility, there are interior, exterior, and balcony cabins with accessible floor plans.

No matter the time of day or night, you gastronomic needs are well taken care of on board the MSC Musica. The ship’s main dining rooms are Le Maxim’s and L’Oleandro, both of which serve lunch as well as the evening meal. Each offers a tempting array of meals impeccably prepared and presented, with a range of traditional Italian and international dishes. The Musica’s gourmet restaurant is the Kaito Sushi Bar, a beautiful and intimate venue with a sophisticated Japanese menu, expertly prepared by master sushi chefs. Be sure to reserve seats for this popular restaurant.

There are plenty of options for more casual dining, too—check out the Gli Archi Cafeteria breakfast and lunch buffets served daily, with fruit, cereal, yogurt, cold meats and cheeses, and eggs cooked to order in the morning, and a range of delicious hot and cold dishes at lunch. A snack buffet is also served each night, just before midnight. Most bars also offer a range of snacks, and light meals are also available at any time via room service.

The MSC Musica is packed from bow to stern with a great variety of amenities, activities, and entertainment venues. Keep up on your exercise routine easily with the ship’s gym and outdoor jogging track, take a spinning, yoga, or Pilates class, or check out the range of sports facilities on deck. Pools and hot tubs aplenty, a health and beauty spa complete with Turkish bath, massage, and other relaxing treatments, are available too.

All manner of activities are on offer during the day, including cooking demonstrations, wine-tasting sessions, and dance lessons.

At night, the ship is just as lively, with the casino, theatre, and night club-style dance venues providing fun and entertainment, along with over a dozen bars and lounges.

Children and teens get to join in on the fun too, with a range of hangouts, activities, and even onshore excursions designed just for them.