MSC Opera Cruise Review by CruiseMSC: Easy cruising with no worries

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Easy cruising with no worries

Sail Date: September 2012
Destination: Europe - Eastern Mediterranean
Embarkation: Venice

This was our second cruise with MSC. The Opera is one of the smaller ships they have. The public rooms are not very spectacular. The cruise was very pleasant however and very easy an well organised.

The cabins are quite small (only the bed and a chair with small board, no couch), but cosy. All the ship was very clean.

MSC Opera has about 700 cabins and 1800 people sailed on board. So buffets tend to be very crowded. The buffet restaurant is on one of the top decks. The outdoor space of it is not at the aft but in the middle, wich makes it a bit noisy and there is practically no view but only to the sky above.

During cruising days almost all deck chairs were occupied, but there is always a space to read or just to take a sunbath. The two swimming pools were nice an always good for a dip. The jacuzzies were also full of people.

I would recommend the cruise for people with not too much expectations but you like a have a decent cruise for a very reasonable More price. Less


Published 10/03/12


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