MSC Armonia (MSC Cruises)

Overview

MSC Armonia, formerly European Vision, was acquired by MSC when her previous owner Festival Cruises, was bankrupted in 2004. Built in 2001, she’s MSC’s oldest ship and is one of four Lirica-class ships.

Trivia

In August 2014, she underwent a major 2 year renovation including a ‘cut-and-stretch’ addition of a 25m midsection. This gave her 200 more cabins, more entertainment areas, shops and public spaces.



Ship info

Cruise Line: MSC Cruises
Status: In service
Ship size: Mid-size ship
Ship class: Lirica
Sister ships: None
Passengers: 2,679
Staterooms: 976
Total crew: 721
Ship length: 274.9 m
Ship beam: 32.0 m
Ship draft: 54.0 m
Tonnage: 65,542
No. of decks: 9
Elevators: 9
Service speed: 18.0 knots
Onboard currency: Euro
Registry port: Panama (Panama)
IMO number: 9210141
Call sign: H8EW
 

Build details

Shipyard: Chantiers de l'Atlantique, St. Nazaire, France
Build date: June 2001
Build cost:
Entered service: May 2004


 

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