MSC Melody has been retired and is no longer in service
Originally built in 1982 as the Atlantic for the now defunct Home Lines this ship later became one of Premier Cruise Line's Big Red Boats before being acquired by Mediterranean Shipping Cruises in 1997. The Melody is deployed in the Mediterranean during the summer months and in the Caribbean during the winter season.
- Name Age # of Cruises Desitination
Wendy Morgan 66 3 Genoa to Durban42 users found this review helpful.
Booked the cruise for the itineray and agree that it was cheap for a 21 day cruise. Embarkation in Genoa was delayed because computers had gone down due to adverse weather conditions (it was...read more
Gail & Thomas Fitzgerald
46-50 3 Jamaica, Columbia, Panama Canal, Costa Rica31 users found this review helpful.
We got off the MSC Melody yesterday and are trying to get back into our everyday mode, very reluctantly I might add. We had searched for trip reviews for this particular ship without...read more
31 4 Western Mediterranean36 users found this review helpful.
My husband and I booked a cruise on the MSC Melody from 08 Sept to 14 Sept. The booking was made in February this year, and final payment was also made then. It was made very clear at...read more
37 5 Eastern Mediterranean28 users found this review helpful.
We chose this cruise for the Egypt stop, which I think was originally advertised as 2 days in Egypt. Other passengers also booked under the impression that there would be 2 days to visit...read more
57 3 Eastern MediterraneanReview17 users found this review helpful.
Review of the cruise on board the MV Melody from Port Said, Egypt to Durban, South Africa. It’s an old adage that you get what you pay for, and if you buy cheap you pay dear. This...read more
Ann Goodwin 68 10 Genoa to Durban27 users found this review helpful.
We were on the same cruise as Wendy who writes so scathingly about it! Were we on the same ship I wonder. OK as we booked about 10 months prior to the trip we got a superior outside cabin so can't...read more