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MSC Yacht Club Menu Pool Bar and Grill Pool Deck





This was taken on Deck 19, in the Yacht Club area on board MSC Meraviglia. I show you the menu of the pool bar. The drinks were all included as part of the Yacht Club experience. The menu had a good list of whites, reds, cocktails, beers etc. Awesome stuff. On this day in December, the ship was docked in Palermo.

We sail on the MSC Meraviglia, the flagship of the MSC fleet! When launched in July 2017, the MSC Merviglia (at 172,000 GT) was the fourth largest cruise ship in the world, only behind the 3 Oasis-class vessels owned by Royal Caribbean). Meraviglia, in Italain, connotes a feeling of wonder, astonishment and amazement. The ship has Galleria Meraviglia, a 300ft central promenande filled with boutiques, restaurants, and also used for entertainment. It comes with a 5,200 sq feet LED dome – an atmospheric digital sky that animates the Galleria Meraviglia with inspiring sunrises, sunsets, mosiacs, shows and starry night skies. On this 7N cruise out of Genoa, we sailed in the Yacht Club Royal Suite 15008. A truly luxurious experience! #MSCMeraviglia

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Videos below:
Royal Suite Cabin 15008 walkthrough

Yacht Club Dinner Day 1

Yacht Club Dinner Day 2

Yacht Club Elegant Dinner Day 3

MSC Top Sail Lounge Drinks, Food and the Straits Times!

MSC Marketplace Buffer Lunch Roast Turkey

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MSC Cruises is a global cruise line that was founded in Italy, is registered in Switzerland, and has its headquarters in Geneva. MSC Cruises is the world’s largest privately owned cruise company, employing 16,300 people worldwide and having offices in 45 countries as of July 2014.[1] MSC Cruises (Italian: MSC Crociere S.p.A.) is part of the Mediterranean Shipping Company S.A. (MSC), the world’s second biggest container shipping operator.

It was founded in Naples, Italy as Lauro Lines (also known as Flotta Lauro) by Achille Lauro. The company entered the cruise business in the 1960s, operating two ships, the Angelina Lauro and MS Achille Lauro. The Angelina Lauro burnt in the port of St. Thomas in 1979 and the Achille Lauro was hijacked by members of the Palestine Liberation Front in 1985. In 1989, Mediterranean Shipping Company bought Flotta Lauro and renamed it StarLauro Cruises.[2] In 1994, the Achille Laurocaught fire and sank. In 1995, the company name was changed to MSC Cruises.[2]

MSC Cruises is the fourth largest cruise company in the world, after Carnival Corporation & plc, Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd. and Norwegian Cruise Linewith a 5.2% share of all passengers carried in 2015.[3]

In 2014 MSC Cruises announced that the four Lirica class ships will undergo renovation under the “Renaissance Programme”.[4]

In 2015, MSC Cruises had four new ships on order from STX France and Fincantieri, with options for three more. The first two ships are due to be delivered in May 2017 (MSC Meraviglia) and November 2017 (MSC Seaside). There are four more diesel-powered ships on order for delivery in 2020s.[citation needed]

In September 2016, MSC Cruises announced children-oriented attractions and activities together with LEGO, Chicco, DOREBRO sports program, and with Michelin-starred chef Carlo Cracco. [5]

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