MSC Orchestra Details

By on April 5, 2013

MSC Orchestra: A Jewel Rides The Ocean

The second from the ‘Musica-class’ line of cruise ships, MSC Orchestra delivers the ideal blend of design, comfort and security. Airy open spaces and MSC Cruises’ signature style make MSC Orchestra a stylish pioneer for future cruise ship projects and styles. This state-of-the art cruise ship gives luxurious accommodations, most featuring private balconies.

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The MSC Orchestra is usually a shining gem amongst cruise ships. In an atmosphere of luxury cruising, she boasts 18 decks, the spacious Physique and Thoughts Spa with serene meditation region along with a significant fitness center overlooking the bow of your ship. İt is possible to opt for from 5 restaurants onboard the MSC Orchestra, including genuine Italian cuisine as well as the sophisticated Shanghai, the only Chinese restaurant at sea. Unwind within the exotic animal-print Savannah Bar, sumptuous Purple Bar or take pleasure in Hollywood-style glamour in the chic Zaffiro Bar. Try your luck at the Palm Beach Casino, dance the night away within the disco or take inside a show in the Covent Garden Theatre, having a plan packed with entertaining shows with music. Quit by the MSC Orchestra’s Internet Cafe or take aspect within a game of tennis or basketball. Relax by the stunning Acapulco pool or the Cala Blanca pool having a huge LED screen for watching films under the stars.

MSC Orchestra gives cruise voyages to the South America in spring and Northern Europe within the summer season. In autumn she travels to the Mediterranean where she visits Spain, Portugal and Gibraltar. We welcome you to join our stunning ship as she sails to exotic and delightful cruise destinations; on the finest cruise vacation you may wish for.

MSC Orchestra Details

  • Gross Tonnage:92,400
  • Total Staterooms:1,275
  • Guests, Double Occupancy: two,550
  • Total Guests: three,013
  • Crew (approximate): 987
  • Launch Date: 2007
  • Speed: 23 knots
  • Length: 964′
  • Beam: 121′
  • Present: 110/220 volts
  • Passenger Decks:12
  • Restaurants: five
  • Indoor Bars & Lounges: 10
  • Outdoor Bars & Pool Bars: 2
  • Pools: 2
  • Whirlpools: 7

Bars & Lounges

On MSC Orchestra guests can pick from 16 bars, inspired by different themes and inimitable in their wine and food selection, thus satisfying even the most sophisticated and demanding palates.

Dining

MSC Orchestra presents two main restaurants, L’Ibiscus and Villa Borghese. Each one boasts a top gastronomic selection thanks for the variety of dishes along with the high quality from the foods, from choice Italian meats, scrupulously controlled, to fresh fruit. Every product is fresh and carefully handled, such as bread baked on board with the passion and knowledge in the most distinctive boulangerie. Dishes range from traditional and tasty Mediterranean fare, for the most refined international recipes. For a quick lunch pick out La Piazzetta buffet restaurant offering the utmost quality and variety in Italian and international cuisine.

A la carte restaurant – 4 Seasons Restaurant

On deck 13 aft, take pleasure in the breathtaking view from the ‘Four season’ a la carte restaurant. Our dedicated Chefs will pamper your taste buds with contemporary Italian cuisine blended skillfully with international influences. You will be pampered from start to finish by the time-tested professional skill of our Maitre d’Hotel and his team.

Speciality restaurant – Shangai

For something different and exciting, have a evening out at our Shanghai Chinese Restaurant on Deck 7 Midship. Here you will experience the most effective of Chinese dishes from the spicy hot North (Szechuan) to the sizzling sweeter fare from the South (Cantonese), or if you prefer just a snack, attempt the mid-morning Dim Sum specialties from every region of China.

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