Company MSC Cruises has included Malta into its cruise program: unique in the world 6-star cruise liner MSC Splendida will come into port of Valetta in the context of program «Malta - Italy - France - Spain - Tunis». This program will last up to November, 16th, 2009. Cruise program for 2010 has been also already proved: during the period from January till March this liner will come into the Maltese port of 6 times, and from March, 31st till November, 18th MSC Splendida will sail from Malta on Wednesdays.
MSC Splendida has for the first time came into operation on July, 12th, 2009, and already on July, 15th, it has come into the Big Harbour of capital of Malta - Valetta. As Giuliano Bossi, the captain of vessel has told: “the most beautiful in the world ship has come into the most beautiful port in the world”.
Malta - is an ideal port of departure for any cruise: the state is located in the centre of Mediterranean Sea, and cruise terminal of Valetta is in 20 minutes of driving from the international airport of Malta. Besides, such factors as high level of a tourist infrastructure, and also practically unlimited possibilities for excursions should be also considered.
MSC Splendida - is MSC Cruises’ leader - is positioned by the company as the most beautiful liner in the world. The length of 14-deck liner makes 333.3 m, height - 67 m that is equaled to height of 23-storeyed building. The liner has 1637 cabins, which offers accommodation for 4 thousand passengers. Onboard the ship 4 pools, 12 Jacuzzi, 5 restaurants, 18 bars, the spa-centre, cigar room, theatre, picture gallery, Internet cafe, musical salon, a casino, a conference hall, a disco, library, a 4D-cinema, children’s game zones, boutiques and shops duty-free, a tennis court, minigolf, minibowling, dry-cleaner, printing house, a first-aid post etc are located. Splendida also offers MSC Yacht Club with spacious suites, own lifts, a Jacuzzi, pools and 24-hour room-service.
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