Two more cruise ships are being built and launched that will enable Mediterranean cruise guests to enjoy this part of the world in style. Slated for introduction in October 2019 and September 2020, the vessels are 1,085 feet in length and will include 200 more cabins in their design. Both ships will boast a maximum capacity for a whopping 6,300 guests. In addition, the ships are scheduled to call at all cruise ports in the world, thus optimizing the cruise experience for guests.
The interior promenade of each ship’s design is over 360 feet long with a featured large LED screen above the spectacular public area. MSC Cruises has always made it a commitment to offer guests a rich selection of entertainment, and these ships are no exception to the rule. In addition, the Meraviglia-Plus next-generation ships will provide a one-of-a-kind cultural experience for cruise gifts with its contemporary fine art museum. Guests will get to experience culture both on board and off board the ship.
The ships are made to set a new hallmark in smart vessels, as next-generation technology will also provide the latest in mobile solutions and displays, all which will enhance reality experiences. Both the ships are valued at €1.6 billion. If you are seeking a cruise adventure, obviously you won’t want to miss the itineraries featured on these two ships.
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