MSC Lirica Review
About This Ship
Cruise Ship Overview
Launched in 2003, MSC Lirica combines cozy comfort in a traditional setting. Decorated in an opulent yet relaxed style, her design features gleaming marble, plush fabrics, and fine artwork resulting in a casual resort ambience with high end touches.
Though these four sleek, medium-sized ships are almost exactly the same dimensions and differ only slightly in basic layout, Opera holds almost 200 more passengers typically and has almost 100 extra cabins. Light and bright by day, intimate and sophisticated by night, the contemporary design may not measure up to the sizzle expected by those North American passengers who don't appreciate more understated European tastes.
Public rooms are spacious and uniformly elegant, with grand touches of marble, brass accents, and lots of wood. The refreshing lack of glitz is more than compensated for by the sparkle of glass and a mixture of primary and neutral colors. With most public areas on the lower two passenger decks, getting acclimated is a breeze. Near the elevator and stairway, lobbies make even vertical movement less challenging.
Space around the Lido pools feels particularly lavish, with two swimming pools and hot tubs.
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Tour Operator Grand Circle Travel & Overseas Adventure Travel
Itinerary Turkey, Greek Isles, Greece
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