Ship with a true sense of operatic grandeur
MSC Opera has plenty of open deck space and many spacious public rooms that turn watching the world go by into something rather special.
She features plenty of real wood and marble and rich, traditional fabrics and trimmings. Her public areas boast a sweeping marble reception area and lovely open spaces with huge glass walls overlooking the sea.
Indeed wherever you go, inside or on deck, you’ll find that a true sense of operatic grandeur.
There’s a broad choice of cabins, from inside to opulent suites with dramatic balcony views, while on the sporting front there’s mini-golf and shuffleboard up on Sun Deck, a jogging track and fitness centre to work off those calories that come from failing to resist the culinary temptations of L’Approdo and La Caravella restaurants.
A cruise aboard MSC Opera is sociable and fun. All ages are generally are catered for and the crew, the officers, the entertainers and musicians work together to generate a great atmosphere.
Operated by MSC Cruises
Built by Chantiers de l’Atlantique, France
Cost: $260 million
Entered service: March 2004
Gross tonnage: 59,058
Passenger decks: 10
Staterooms: 1,275 including
- 28 Suites with private balcony
- 2 Family-size suites without balcony
- 172 Oceanview with private balcony
- 295 Oceanview without balcony
- 359 interior
- 5 for disabled
Two restaurants, Pizzeria Grill, theatre, casino, mini-golf, gymnasium and sauna, jogging area, two adult swimming pools, two whirlpools, virtual reality center, Internet Cafe with 16 terminals, disco, shopping gallery, Children’s Club
MSC cruises offers year-round Mediterranean cruises as well as Northern European cruises, trans-Atlantic ocean voyages, Caribbean, North and South America, itineraries and Indian Ocean, South Africa and the United Arab Emirates. More...
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