The MSC Opera lives up to her name: Classic; Grand; Opulent. Just like an opera should be. A true sense of grandeur and spaciousness prevails both inside and out. Her staterooms, many with private balconies, are roomy and comfortable. Her public areas feature a sweeping marble reception area and airy open spaces with walls of windows overlooking sprawling decks. Enjoy her elegance, style and luxury throughout your voyage.
II Patio Open Restaurant
Le Vele Cafeteria
Every night, something special, and often in different locations. From full themed buffets with ice carvings and extraordinary decorations, to snacks served like magic simultaneously in all the lounges. The grandest of all are our midnight events: the Italian Pastry Spectacular and the Grand Buffet Magnifique, where MSC army of chefs openly display their gastronomic excellence.
NOTE:To allow MSC offer the best possible service, they ask passengers to be on time for all meals. Restaurant meals are not available in your cabins except for the breakfast and in case of illness. Generally, doors to the restaurants close 15 minutes after the dining seating begins. Children dine at their parents table in the restaurants.
Dress standard in the restaurant allow casual dress for breakfast and lunch (but never swimmer, bare feet or raggy jeans etc.). Smart casual wear is required for the evenings, and men are usually asked to wear a jacket and tie. There are usually two (sometimes three) gala nights on each cruise, on these nights ladies should wear cocktail or evening dresses, while men will not be out of place in a tuxedo or dinner jacket. The dress of the day, as decided by the Captain, is published in the Daily Program each day. Advice will simply be 'casual', 'informal', 'formal' or special 'theme' dress may also be suggested for special nights.
Formal: Tuxedo, dinner jacket or lounge suit, for gentlemen. Evening or cocktail dress for ladies.
Informa:Jacket and tie for gentlemen. cocktail dress for ladies.
Casual: Open neck shirt, without jacket or in keeping with the theme of the evening if indicated, for gentlemen; skirts, dresses, slacks and sweaters or blouses for ladies.
Lightweight, loose-fitting clothing is ideal for daytime usage. Neat casual wear is requested after 6:00 pm.
No guest under the age of twenty-one (21) will be booked in a stateroom unless accompanied by an adult twenty-one (21) years of age, or older. This age limit will be waived for minor children sailing with their parents or guardians in adjacent staterooms. In the interest of safety, parents are asked to refrain their children from roaming the ship unaccompanied. Children dine with their parents in the restaurant and may use the pool under adult supervision.
Unless with an adult, entry to the disco is restricted to passengers under 21, and proof of age may be required.
The Cruise Staff arrange teen-only dance parties in the disco at times advertised in the Daily Program.
Passengers under the age of 21 are not permitted in the casino, which is closed in ports.
FITNESS CENTER / GYMNASIUM
Passengers under 14 years are not permitted to use the gymnasium unless accompanied by a parent. Use of all gym equipment is at your own risk
Children under 6 years are not permitted to use the adult pool at any time, and between the ages of 6 and 11 only under adult supervision.
Children in diapers are not permitted in any pools at any time.
Children's entertainment will be organized, according to the age, into three different age categories.
Mini Club, for children from 3 to 9 years;
Junior Club for children from 10 to 13 years;<
Teenagers Club for passengers over 14 years.
An adult or parent must supervise children under the age of three at all times. Please note that facilities vary by ship.
At the end of the cruise it is international custom to pay service charges to restaurant and cabin staff in recognition of good service. Passengers will receive written communication regarding this in their cabin. For your convenience and as an indicative suggestion we have arranged for an all inclusive daily service charge of 6 Euros per adult and 3 Euros per child (4-17 years) for cruises in the Mediterranean and Northern Europe; 12 US dollars per adult and 6 US dollars per child for cruises in the Caribbean and North America; 6 US dollars per adult and 3 dollars per child for cruises in Brazil and Argentina (including Ocean Cruises); 5 US dollars per adult and 2,50 US dollars per child for cruises in South Africa. This sign of appreciation, valid on all ships in the MSC Cruises fleet is of course optional. Therefore, passengers may freely decide whether to increase or decrease it, communicating their decision to the Accounting Office before 22.00 of the last day. This Office is at your disposal for further information. For your convenience, should you give no indication to change the amount; the sum will automatically be debited to your final extras account.
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