MSC Sinfonia (MSC Cruises)

Overview

MSC Sinfonia was the second ship of the Lirica-class after her identical sister MSC Armonia. She was christened on April 19 2002 by Festival Cruises but sailed her first journey for MSC in March 2005.

Trivia

Originally MS European Stars for Festival Cruises, she was their last new build before bankruptcy in 2004. Her sister, MS European Vision, was also bought by MSC and now sails as MSC Armonia



Ship info

Cruise Line: MSC Cruises
Status: In service
Ship size: Mid-size ship
Ship class: Lirica
Sister ships:
Passengers: 2,679
Staterooms: 980
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: 18.5 knots
Onboard currency: Euro
Registry port: Panama (Panama)
IMO number: 9210153
Call sign: H8XH
 

Build details

Shipyard: Chantiers de l'Atlantique, St. Nazaire, France
Build date: 2003
Build cost: $245 million USD
Entered service: March 2005


 

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