At 92,400 gross tons and boasting an outstanding range of entertainment features, MSC Musica is a ship that has all of the sophistication associated with MSC’s superb brand of Italian cruising.
Delivering stunning Baltic Capital itineraries throughout the summer period from her home port of Kiel, this wonderful cruise ship continues to wow all who sail aboard her. Following her arrival to the fleet in 2006 she has become a favourite amongst returning guests and with her stylish blend of art deco and art nouveau themes, alongside authentic Italian touches it’s not hard to see why.
From the moment you step on board MSC Musica you are greeted by the striking central foyer’s three-tiered waterfall and translucent grand piano that is suspended above the waterfall on a crystal floor. Her lounges and bars are equally stunning with their designer touches, whether you’re drinking and dancing to a band in the Crystal Lounge, enjoying the relaxed atmosphere of the Havana Club or treating yourself to a wine tasting session, there is something for all on board.
Make the most of MSC Musica’s open decks and spend your free time by one of her pool areas that are split into family friendly and adult only to cater for all. Relax and rejuvenate in the Spa, opt to stay active in the state of the art gym on board, take a run on the jogging track or keep fit on the sports court with a game of basketball, volleyball or tennis. Other typical daytime activities include cooking demonstrations, dancing lessons in Tango and Sambo, trivia contests and wine tasting sessions. Plus, with numerous shops, coffee bars and lounges that all spin off the foyer’s impressive staircase, there’s always something to keep you busy.
Like all the other ships in the MSC fleet, there is so much to see and do for the children on board MSC Musica. From the video gaming centre, indoor and outdoor play areas to their own private areas in the Kids Club, children are always made to feel welcome on board.
With eleven bars and lounges and guests to choose from and energetic productions in the theatre, MSC Musica is not short on evening entertainment. L’Enoteca Wine Bar, serves over 75 wines from provinces across Italy, Sicily and Sardinia, Blue Velvet is perfect for guests who are looking for an intimate and quiet venue, and for those who want an upbeat and lively night, they can spend their time in the futuristic Q32 Disco. For live shows and exceptional theatre productions, be sure to catch a show in Teatro LA Scala or opt to try your luck in the Sanremo Casino.
Le Maxim’s and L’Oleandro are MSC Musica’s two main restaurants on board, both offering an exceptional range of dishes for breakfast, lunch and dinner ranging from Mediterranean to international cuisine. With two choices for dining here, traditional and anytime, guests can opt for a dining time that suits them. Traditional dining allows guests to choose an earlier or later sitting for the same table each evening whilst anytime dining offers complete flexibility.
Aside from her two main restaurants, MSC Musica also boasts a popular á la carte venue Il Giardino, where all the food is freshly prepared and is a place where you can indulge in Italian specialities. For something a little different opt to dine in Kaito Sushi Bar and introduce your taste buds to authentic Japanese cuisine that is set to excite the palette with a fabulous array of flavours. Elsewhere, the casual and relaxed venue of the Gli Archi buffet restaurant offers dishes from around the world but with a sumptuous focus on Italian and Mediterranean inspirations.
The dress code during the day is casual and comfortable attire is recommended for when taking excursions in port. During the evenings, MSC Musica’s dress code will vary and you will be instructed of the night’s attire in your daily newspaper, delivered to your stateroom each evening. Evening attire ranges from smart casual to formal evenings when gentlemen are required to wear a dark suit or tuxedo and ladies tend to opt for evening gowns.