Barcelona, La Goulette, Palermo, Naples, Genoa, Marseille, Barcelona
- 7 nights, departs on the 1st Oct 2024
- MSC Cruises, MSC Opera
- Barcelona, La Goulette, Palermo + 4 more
The Swiss-based line was a driving force in the return of cruising, with new ships MSC Grandiosa and sister ship MSC Virtuosa now joining the fleet. Aboard the latter is a new crew member - Rob the talking robot barman - alongside more familiar features such as F1 simulators and crystal-encrusted staircases. MSC continues to live up to its nickname of more ships coming, with MSC Seascape MSC Euriba and LNG-powered MSC World Europa set to join the fleet in 2022, plus a whole new category of luxury vessels planned for the Explora journeys brand from 2023.
MSC Opera, ship details
A refined style, precious materials and attention to detail make MSC Opera a cruise ship that really is something to sing about! She is built along more classic lines than her sisters in the Musica and Fantasia classes, making for a special atmosphere on board while enabling you to visit those destinations that are inaccessible to larger vessels.