MSC Cruise

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  • MSC Preziosa, MSC's biggest, splashiest ever, debuted in 2013
  • MSC Divina sails year-round from Miami
  • Features the ship-within-a-ship Yacht Club concept
  • Caters to Europeans with a decidedly Old World Italian ambience

Whether new ship or old, MSC Cruises emphasizes a strongly Italian-influenced ambience. For the most part, its ships traverse the Mediterranean (winter and summer) and are geared to European travelers. But, the line has made a major commitment to not only sail elsewhere (South America, Canada/New England, the Caribbean, South Africa, the Gulf), but also to expand its passenger base to include English-speaking travelers. In fact, the line is so committed to expansion, it deployed one of its newest ships, MSC Divina, to sail full-time from Miami, which started in November 2013. However, after a number of years basing a ship -- MSC Opera -- in the UK, it is pulling out completely in 2015 to concentrate on its core business of fly-cruise Mediterranean sailings. 

Because of the international passenger base, announcements generally are read in Italian, French, Spanish, German and English. 

Life onboard, particularly when it comes to mealtime, follows a more traditional cruise schedule -- set dining times and seatmates, and a handful of optional eateries that include sushi, a buffet and an Italian restaurant. 

The ships offer a standout range of evening entertainment offerings, from smoochy dance music to classical concerts, Cirque du Soleil-esque aerobatic shows to jazz. 

While MSC cruises are typically priced at very value-oriented levels (i.e. pretty cheap cruise fares), the ships offer a fairly unprecedented range of services and amenities that cost extra, such as a la carte menus, fees for port shuttles and more. 

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