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MSC Musica

Built to impress - and doing just that!

From the dazzling central foyer where a waterfall drops three whole decks into a pool of luminous water and a piano appears to float in space, to the expansive open decks around the Copacabana and La Spiaggia pool, MSC Musica is designed to take your breath away.

Elsewhere the La Scala is equal to many land-locked theatres while the Sushi Bar could hold its head up high in down town Tokyo.

Options abound from a la carte dining, cigar bars and wine bars, cafés for food and the internet, plus spa and sporting options that many resorts would be hard pushed to equal.

MSC Musica

Vital statistics

Operated by MSC Cruises
Built by STX France
Cost: $360million
Entered service: July 2006
Gross tonnage: 89,600 tons
Maximum speed: 23 knots
Passengers: 2,550
Passenger decks: 13
Lifts: 13
Crew: 987
Staterooms: 1,259 including

Length: 964ft
Width: 106ft


Two main dining rooms (two seatings),  sushi bar, bars, casino, cinema, theatre, cyber cafe, nightclub and lounge for dancing, disco, library, cigar room, internet cafe, boutiques, two outdoor swimming pools, four spa baths, fitness center, jogging track, mini bowling alley, beauty salon, medical centre.

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