MSC Cruises launches its new annual catalog (November 2011 – November 2012), which offers many new features among which the opening next May 26, 2012 in Marseille for a new ship, MSC Divina, with which the company expects to reach a fleet of 12 vessels.
This cruise ship, the third of the Family Fantasy and named in honor of Sophia Loren (Godmother of the MSC fleet), will have 1751 staterooms. Service also includes the MSC Yacht Club, with 69 suites, as well as ships MSC Splendid and MSC Fantasy (both with 71 suites).
MSC Yacht Club, considered a luxury yacht in a cruise ship is a preferential area which has private facilities and butler service 24 hours a day. These three ships of the Family Fantasy, also have another new, new ‘Aurea Suites’, a complete package including health and beauty in the ‘MSC Aurea Spa’, Balinese massage, facial relaxation treatments, and access without limit to the thermal suite.
In the new catalog of the cruise, valid until November 2012, include several itineraries around the Mediterranean and in great trips, promotions renovated and new types of suites on their boats.
On the other hand, MSC Cruises has become a sponsor this year and Cruise Official Valencia Club de Fútbol. The company logo appears on the left sleeve of the gear throughout the season.
In its bid for Valencia, two of the MSC flagship in the Mediterranean port will this year: the MSC Splendid and MSC Orchestra. The first will stop in the winter season in the Valencian port until March 2012 while the second shipment plans with 28 starts in Valencia from spring to autumn.
In addition, MSC Cruises offers from five cruises this winter food and wine along with some of the most renowned chef in Italy, France, UK, Germany and Spain. The first of these theme cruises will be with the Spanish chef Paco Roncero, awarded two Michelin stars, on board MSC Fantasy.
NEW ROUTE FROM ABU DHABI.
One of the main novelties of MSC Cruises is the new route with MSC Lirica, performed 8 days cruises departing from Abu Dhabi from Dubai on Sunday and every Saturday until March 2012. The ship made port calls in Muscat, Fujairah, Jasab, Dubai and Abu Dhabi again and include return flights from Madrid and Barcelona to Abu Dhabi.
For those wishing to enjoy the Mediterranean in winter, another novelty is the presence of MSC Splendida regular cruises of 8 days and weekly departures from Barcelona every Sunday until February. The ship will stop in Valletta (Malta), Tunis, Civitavecchia (Rome), Marseille (France) and Genoa (Italy), and alternately in Casablanca (Morocco), Gibraltar, Valencia, Marseille (France) and Genoa (Italy) .
In addition, MSC Cruises continues to offer numerous cruises to Northern Europe flights from Madrid and Barcelona. MSC Magnifica will carry out a new tour in May with shipment in Venice (Italy) and stop in different ports between which is Vigo.
After cruising for alternative routes for the North Cape, the Norwegian fjords and the Baltic capitals, also included flights from Madrid and Barcelona to Copenhagen (Denmark). Then back to the Mediterranean in September with stops in A Coruña and landing in Barcelona.
MSC Cruises also continues to offer Eastern Mediterranean cruises. The new boat of the fleet, MSC Divine inaugural cruise after cruise shipments held in Bari (Italy) and Venice (Italy) and stops in Croatia, Greece and Turkey. Bari in boarding the company includes flights from Madrid and Valencia and Venice in boarding flights from Barcelona.
The same route will be done by MSC Magnifica, also including flights. In addition, MSC Musica cruising the Greek Islands and flights from Barcelona, Madrid and Valencia. MSC Armonia and MSC Melody will visit countries such as Italy, Greece, Montenegro, Cyprus, Egypt, Israel, Lebanon, Turkey and Ukraine.