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MSC Musica - Introduction

The MSC Musica was the first of its class and was designed for families, with small children and teenagers with its very own video games room and play centre to entertain people of all ages. With a total of 1’275 cabins on board, there is plenty of space and choice of cabin on board the Musica. The ship was specifically designed to attract English-speaking guests to the Italian MSC Cruises fleet and cruise to places such as Bari, Santorini, Athens and Dubrovnik. In the winter months cruise to; Rio de Janeiro, Buenos Aires, Punta Del Este and Copacabana.

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Ship stats and features

Passenger capacity: 3,013
Year entered service: 2006
Beam (ship width): 105.6 feet
Draught (ship depth): 25.2 feet
Length: 963.9 feet
Tonnage: 92,409
Crew: 987
Maximum speed: 23 knots
Number of passenger decks: 13
Number of lifts: 13
Number of swimming pools: 2
Number of cabins: 1,275

Food, cuisine and dining

It's unlikely that you will ever feel hungry on the Musica and the cuisine, which is a blend of Italian and international fare, is made with fresh, high-quality ingredients to ensure that it's tasty, nutritious and filling.

For breakfast and lunch, most passengers head to the Gli Archi, a buffet that also offers a number of cooked items. Breakfast options include fruit, cereal, juices, cold meats and cheeses, as well as egg dishes. Lunch menus often comprise salads and soups, as well as pizza, burgers, hot dogs and hot entrees.

There are two formal dining rooms, called L'Oleandro and Maxim's. Both serve lunch and offer two dinner services. The evening meal is a multiple-course feast with a number of appetisers, soups, salads, pastas and mouth-watering deserts to choose from. There's also a good selection of wines.

There are two alternative (for-charge) restaurants. Kaito is a sushi bar and many passengers have commented that it serves the best of the Japanese delicacy they have ever eaten. The other option is Il Giardino, which specialises in gourmet Italian cuisine.

There is also a midnight buffet every evening and room service is available 24-hours a day.