MSC Cruises have celebrated the float out of MSC Grandiosa at the shipyard in Saint-Nazaire, France, where the ship is being built. She has now been moved to a wet dock, where work on the ship will continue until her delivery in October 2019. MSC Grandiosa is due to become the third Meraviglia ship to enter MSC Cruises' fleet, and the first of three Meraviglia-Plus ships, which feature larger tonnage and guest capacity than the first two Meraviglia ships - MSC Meraviglia and MSC Bellissima.
She will also become the fifth ship to enter MSC Cruises’ fleet in just two and a half years. As part of MSC Cruises’ fleet expansion plan, the Company is due to take delivery of another 12 next-generation cruise ships by 2027.
MSC Grandiosa will showcase a larger Mediterranean-style promenade; among other speciality restaurants, it will feature a new bar and lounge, L’Atelier Bistrot, offering lounge seating with a stage and a dance floor, impressionist art on display, and terrace seating with Parisian Bistrot tables and chairs.
Like other Meraviglia class ships, MSC Grandiosa will also feature two exclusive shows from Cirque du Soleil at Sea.
Following MSC Bellissima’s launch in February 2018, MSC Grandiosa will become the second MSC Cruises' ship to feature Zoe, the cruise industry’s first digital cruise personal assistant, as a new feature of MSC for Me, which will provide guests with a simple way to receive information that is traditionally provided at the guest relations desk.
MSC Grandiosa will be delivered to MSC Cruises on 31 October 2019 and will start regular sailings from Genoa, Italy on 16 November.
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