What does MSC stand for in the cruise line?

Mediterranean Shipping CompanyIn 1988, Mediterranean Shipping Company (MSC) entered the cruise business by buying the liner Monterey. In 1989, MSC bought Lauro Lines. The new company was named StarLauro Cruises and had 2 ships, Monterey and Achille Lauro. In 1995, StarLauro Cruises was renamed MSC Cruises.

Is MSC Cruises a luxury cruise line?

MSC, an Italian-born and built company, started sailing in the year 1970. Since then it has created a name for itself in the luxury cruise line industry. Currently, there are 19 cruises available in the MSC Cruises lineup, offering one-of-a-kind vacation experiences in 29 destinations.

What does MSC stand for in MSC Cruises?

What country is MSC cruise line from?

SwissAbout us. The Cruise Division of MSC Group, the leading privately held Swiss-based shipping and logistics conglomerate is headquartered in Geneva, Switzerland, and has two distinct brands within its structure – the contemporary and luxury brands.

Who owns MSC Cruise?

Mediterran… Shipping CompanyMSC Mediterran… Shipping C…MSC Cruises/Parent organizations

Is MSC Cruise Adult only?

Pampering Elements: While officially "adults preferred" (since kids are technically allowed to be there, except for MSC World Europa and MSC Seascape), MSC Cruises' Top 18 and 19 Solariums do skew toward an adult clientele, with dedicated spa services, bar menus and complimentary fruit skewers.

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