MeravigliaMSC Cruises

first_imgMeravigliaMSC Cruises Silver Screen legend, Sophia Loren, cut the ribbon and named MSC Meraviglia, to a time-honoured crescendo of the smashing of champagne on the name and fireworks, at the ship’s christening in Le Havre on Saturday 3 June.The newest addition to the MSC Cruises fleet, MSC Meraviglia is the first of 11 new MSC Cruises ships due to come into service over the next 10 years under an industry-unprecedented €9 billion investment plan.Godmother Sophia Loren cuts the ribbon with MSC Group Executive Chairman Gianluigi Aponte“We have an ambitious vision for the future and MSC Meraviglia marks the start of the second phase of growth for our Company,” said Pierfrancesco Vago, MSC Cruises’ Executive Chairman. “For this reason, the christening is an extremely proud moment for all of us at MSC Cruises as we see the first of our next-generation ships being named.” “The new ships that will come into service over the coming ten years are purpose-built connected ships, featuring innovation in both product and design, as well as the very latest-cutting edge technology to create unforgettable holiday experiences at sea for guests of all ages. MSC Meraviglia is the first to make this vision come to life, as it sets a new standard for cruise ships as a destination in itself.”MSC Meraviglia is now on her maiden voyage from Le Havre to Genoa where she will cruise continuously around the Western Mediterranean for seven nights visiting Civitavecchia, Palermo, Valletta, Barcelona, and Marseille. last_img

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