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MSC Lirica

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MSC Lirica

Capacity
1984
Crew
721
Tonnage
59 058
Length
251.25 m (824.31 ft)
First voyage
2003
Decks
13

MSC Lirica is the lead ship in her class of cruise ship, owned and operated by MSC Cruises. She was the first newbuild cruise ship to enter service for MSC Cruises. She can accommodate 1,560 passengers in 780 cabins. Her crew complement is approximately 732.

MSC Opera is an identical twin to the MSC Lirica. Her other sisters in the class, MSC Armonia and MSC Sinfonia are essentially the same, but have a smaller funnel and other modifications,... Read more

MSC Lirica

Cruiseline: 
Capacity (DO): 
1984
Crew: 
721
Tonnage: 
59 058
Length: 
251.25 m (824.31 ft)
Beam: 
28.80 m (94.49 ft)
First voyage: 
2003
Decks: 
13

MSC Lirica is the lead ship in her class of cruise ship, owned and operated by MSC Cruises. She was the first newbuild cruise ship to enter service for MSC Cruises. She can accommodate 1,560 passengers in 780 cabins. Her crew complement is approximately 732.

MSC Opera is an identical twin to the MSC Lirica. Her other sisters in the class, MSC Armonia and MSC Sinfonia are essentially the same, but have a smaller funnel and other modifications, such as the bow windows and inside changes.

History

During a cast-off maneuver in Civitavecchia, the MSC Lirica was pressed against the pier facilities on 2 November 2007 in strong winds and damaged in the bow area on the port side. The ship was repaired in dry dock between 12 and 17 November 2007 and returned to Fort Lauderdale on 4 December.

The MSC Lirica was lengthened in November 2015.

Areas of operation

From March 2016 she cruised in Asia visiting ports in China, Japan and Korea.

In January 2018, MSC Cruises announced that the ship would spend her 2018-2019 winter season operating cruises in the United Arab Emirates.

In July 2019, the MSC Lirica served as a hotel for athletes competing in the 30th Summer Universiade in Naples.

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MSC_Lirica

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Attractions on MSC Lirica


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The Broadway Theater

Average: 8 (1 vote)
The Broadway Theater is an ultramodern reinterpretation of traditional lines. Please note that access to the theatre for the evening shows is by booking only (not needed for the other ships).
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Photo Gallery & Shop

Average: 4 (2 votes)
It is a unique collection of works of young photographers, which you can not only spectate but also purchase to bring fresh notes to your home interior.
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Le Piscine

Average: 3.5 (2 votes)
You can soak up the sun or savor the shade near our beautiful pool.
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Whirpool Bath

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Perfect place for ideal rest and wellness.
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Mini Golf

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Miniature golf course and golf simulator.
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Video Games Arcade

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Well-equipped state-of-the-art NAMCO® virtual arcade, where guests can sharpen their gaming skills on Wii, PlayStation or Xbox consoles.
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Katio Sushi Bar

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The best sushi at sea! Immerse yourself in the authentic flavours and meditative atmosphere of Japan, savouring succulent sushi, sashimi, maki and tempura created by expert sushi chefs whose skills...

Thermal Suite

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It's a very relaxing and quiet place with warm tile beds.
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Casino VIP Lounge

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Why not try your hand with lady luck in the casino? With over 980 slot machines fleet-wide and even more choices with table games, MSC Cruises casinos offer hours of entertainment while sailing fro...

Gelateria Italiana

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An authentic Gelateria Italiana offering a range of quality ice creams