Barcelona, Marseille, Genoa, La Spezia, Naples, Palma de Mallorca, Barcelona
- 7 nights, departs on the 21st Jan 2023
- MSC Cruises, MSC Virtuosa
- Barcelona, Marseille, Genoa + 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 Virtuosa, ship details
MSC Virtuosa’s namesake comes from the word virtuoso, meaning someone highly skilled in any field of activity, and so MSC Virtuosa was named to pay homage to the skill and expertise of the MSC Cruises architects and shipyard partners at Les Chantiers de l’Atlantique who designed and built this innovative class of ships. This new cruise ship is one of the two largest in MSC Cruises’ fleet, along with her sister ship MSC Grandiosa, boasting an impressive array of guest features all coming together in perfect harmony to deliver the ultimate cruise holiday experience.Full ship details