This is what MSC Virtuosa looks like – see the pictures and read the demo

The new ship guarantees a modern setting

Completed in 2021, the MSC Virtuosa will pamper passengers with endless services and a huge entertainment offering. The giant ship has space for a total of 6,300 passengers and their needs are taken care of by 1,700 crew members on board.

The ship has a total of 19 decks, five swimming pools, one water park, ten restaurants and 21 bars. There are plenty of services for all ages, and a week-long cruise has no chance of exploring everything the ship has to offer.

The Italian shipping company is known for its high-quality entertainment and good restaurants, and during the cruise holiday you should not only take over the ship’s buffet restaurants but also try the à la carte menu.

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In addition to the buffet, the tour includes numerous à la carte restaurants, but there are also specialty restaurants on board.

The ship caters to children of all ages and has something to do for both children and adults. For children, the ship offers a variety of play and youth clubs, giving parents the opportunity to have their own time. Even small children can be left to knowledgeable professionals when parents relax with good food or exercise, for example.

High quality entertainment and plenty of options

MSC Virtuosa belongs to MSC’s Meraviglia Plus class, which includes the company’s largest vessels. The ocean cruiser is the actual entertainment center and hotel in the same package.

There is plenty to do, with a giant screen on the pool deck allowing a movie night under the starry sky in the middle of the ocean, a high-quality spa offering complete relaxation and an indoor ball court for a good sweat workout.

The ship has ten different levels of cabin classes, from huge Yacht Club suites to indoor cabins, in addition to which most cabin classes have several size options. For many cruise passengers, the most important thing in the cabin is the balcony, but the new cabins on the new ship are also comfortable.

You can spend time bowling, for example, in a 4D cinema or in a Formula 1 simulator. The ship’s theaters, restaurants, sports facilities and, of course, the views from the windows are also a great pastime on the cruise.

See pictures of the MSC Virtuosa!

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The Atmosphere Pool on the outer deck is the ship’s largest outdoor pool.
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Passengers get to enjoy spectacular theater performances in two theaters. Carousel Productions at Sea is available at an additional cost in the Carousel Lounge.
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At MSC Virtuosa, a drink can be ordered from a robot bartender, for example.
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No sparkle has been spared in the elegant main staircase.
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The arcade area is a favorite with teens.
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Children over the age of two can be left in the playrooms in the care of caregivers.
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There are a total of 21 bars on board, at least one of which is located in the casino.
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The heart of the ship is a 96-meter promenade illuminated by the impressive LED Dome.
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The MSC Virtuosa is a 331 meter long ship with plenty to do for all ages.
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Virtuosa does not lack sparkle, it is taken care of by the stairs decorated with Swarowski crystals and the Stage. The price of one step has been 3,000 euros.
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The beds are protected on arrival so that the bags do not get dirty on the beds.
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MSC Virtuosa’s equipment includes a Formula 1 simulator.
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The specialty restaurants have a calmer atmosphere than the free restaurants.
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The cabins have comfortable beds and a selection of pillows.
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There is plenty of fun from your own bowling alley to the game tables.

In 2022, MSC Virtuosa will cruise Europe in the Baltic and Mediterranean.

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Text and photos: Inka Khanji


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