Launched: 2007 Passengers: 3,013
Registry: Panama Tonnage: 90,900
Crew: 987 Decks: 13

MSC Orchestra

It is with great pride and pleasure that we present the MSC Orchestra. MSC Cruise's new flagship, offering a perfect and unique blend of design, comfort and safety. With its airy open spaces, it is easily the most congenial cruise ship in Italy.




Recommended For

Those who enjoy a more European atmosphere, and travelers interested in a mid-priced cruise experience.

Activities

There are some great on board activities to make every day exciting.
• duty-free shop, Internet Café
• dance classes
• quiz shows and game shows
• two large swimming pools
• Jacuzzis
• jogging track
• mini-golf, paddle tennis, ping pong and shuffleboard. Passengers can borrow equipment at the reception desk.
• Salon & Spa

Note: Information subject to change.
Updated June 21, 2010

Dining

The Orchestra offers a delicious selection of food options in any of their quality dining venues.
* Villa Borghese and L'Ibiscus- main Dining rooms
* Four Seasons and Cafeteria La Piazzetta- Buffet venues
* Shanghai Chinese Restaurant
* La Cantinella Wine Bar

Note: Information subject to change.
Updated June 21, 2010

Entertainment

The Orchestra offers some great nighttime venues that are perfect for dancing, lounging, or relaxing.
• Covent Garden Theater
• L'Incontro
• La Cubana Cigar Room
• Savannah Bar
• Palm Beach Casino
• Amber Bar
• Shaker's Lounge
• R32 Disco

Note: Information subject to change.
Updated June 21, 2010

Gratuities

Gratuities are automatically charged to the on-board account for the passenger’s convenience. Per person, per day gratuities for adults are: 12 euros for Caribbean cruises and ocean voyages, and 6 euros for Mediterranean and Northern European sailings. Per person, per day gratuities for children are 50 percent less.

Note: Gratuity Policies are subject to change.
Updated June 21, 2010

Dress

Resort-casual attire is considered appropriate any time during the day before 6:00 PM. After this time, the ship does not permit jeans, t-shirts or shorts in public areas of the ship, and bare feet are also not allowed. Cocktail dresses and normal formal attire are recommended for the formal night(s).

Note: Dress Codes are subject to change.
Updated June 21, 2010

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