The 90,000-ton MSC Musica is one of the largest ships in MSC’s fleet. The larger size allows for expanded facilities, such as a 7,000-square-foot casino and the 13,000-square-foot Aloha Spa. During the day, guests can be found lounging by one of three pools, strolling through the magnificent art gallery or enjoying sports and fitness areas, which include a mini-golf course, tennis court, fitness center and jogging track. The Musica also boasts an Internet cafe, a library and shopping arcade. Passengers can enjoy several dining options, including two main restaurants, a sushi bar and pizzeria/grill. After sunset, the ship comes to life as passengers seek out various nightlife diversions. Congregate with friends at the L’Enoteca Wine Bar before dinner, enjoy a nightcap and cigar at the Havana Club or dance the night away at the disco. All staterooms, more than half of which have balconies, feature a mini-bar, interactive television, room safe and hairdryer.
MSC Cruises will automatically add $8.00-$12.50 per day, per guest to your onboard account (depending on the region and the length of the cruise). These amounts cannot be adjusted onboard. A 15% tip is added to all beverage orders. The service charge for children between the ages of 2 and 11 will be 50% less than adult fees, and no charge is added for children under the age of 2.
Onboard Currency Notes
For Mediterranean, Baltic and trans-Atlantic cruises departing from Europe, the onboard currency is the Euro.