MSC Musica is the first of the Musica Class of cruise ships from MSC Cruises. She’s considered one of the most luxurious vessels to sail the sea, as she’s designed throughout with refinement in mind.
When you set sail on an MSC Musica cruise, life is like a song. This elegant Italian-themed vessel is beautiful and energetic. It’s an ocean liner that offers a cosmopolitan atmosphere with a bit of a laid-back vibe, and it’s a ship that you’ll surely want to cruise on if you love spending time at fancy formal nights our lounging by a resort-like pool. MSC Musica features a stunning central foyer with a three-tier waterfall as well as a piano that hangs suspended over a crystal floor and pool of water.
MSC Musica departs on seven to 14-day cruises to the Mediterranean,, stopping at ports like Corfu, Mykonos, Piraeus, Santorini, Venice, Malaga, and Palma de Mallora. She also sails to South America, bringing passengers to beautiful locales like Rio de Janeiro, Salvador, Santos, Santa Cruise del Tenerife, and Buenos Aires.
Dining on MSC Musica is enchanting. The ship features Italian cuisine at its finest, with two main dining rooms serving multi-course meals in opulent settings. For those who want to explore other types of dishes, MSC Musica offers Kaito Sushi Bar.
MSC Musica has more than 16 themed bars, clubs, and lounges for your enjoyment, including a cigar lounge. She offers fun in the sun in two pools, on a jogging track, and on a sports court. For those cruising with kids, MSC provides pint-sized fun in a video arcade and Formula 1 Simulator. Adults love spending time in the ship’s casino, Broadway-style theater, and luxurious spa.
To learn more about the design, itineraries, and activities available on MSC Musica, we recommend you visit MSC Cruises’ website. You can get prices for cruises and even book a voyage directly from the site.