The 11th in the MSC Cruise fleet MSC Magnificia was christened by actress Sophia Loren to a backdrop of spectacular fireworks and of course champagne.
The ceremony was enjoyed by invited on board guests as well as being viewed by thousands via two giant floating screens and full MSC TV coverage.
MSC Magnificia weighs 90,000 gross tonnes and has capacity for over 3,000 passengers. The ship boasts state of the art facilities with it’s innovative design concepts being found on the company’s flagships MSC Fantasia and MSC Spendida.
MSC Magnificia’s features include the Magrodome, the 1st within the Musica class series of ships. It’s retractable roof, the largest of its kind, offer the opportunity for passengers to swim in all weathers, which is ideal for the Mediterranean sailings.
The ship also has world class double star Michelin chef Mauro Uliassi who will be at the forefront of the L’Oasi Restaurant. What more would one expect from MSC Cruises?
Passengers who like to keep fit, but also like to relax are also superbly catered for with a myriad of Olympic themed articles displayed in the L’Olimpiade sports bar.
MSC Magnifica will cruise the Mediterranean starting on the 20th March 2010. The 7 night itineraries take in Bari and Venice- Italy, Katakalon/Olympia -Greece, Izmir and Istanbul -Turkey and Dubrovnik – Croatia. Further MSC cruise deals and sailings are scheduled throughout the year.