Launched in March of 2004, MSC's new Opera joins the Lirica and adds a new dimension to the MSC fleet.
- Name Age # of Cruises Desitination
69 14 Eastern Caribbean13 users found this review helpful.
My love affair with cruising started with my first cruise in the mid-80’s and continues to this day. Our experience, prior to the cruise on the MSC Opera, was limited to the Norwegian...read more
26 4 Western Caribbean16 users found this review helpful.
My husband and I booked this cruise after reading many reviews and searching for a vacation that wouldn’t break the bank. Our prior cruises were aboard Royal Caribbean twice and Princess...read more
28 3 Eastern Caribbean9 users found this review helpful.
I was very nervous about this cruise because they have not been around very long and I had read so many bad reviews. I had an outstanding time. I have been on two previous cruises with...read more
32 5 Southern Caribbean18 users found this review helpful.
The MSC Opera is a very different kind of cruise ship. That said, that is not a bad thing, though some might find it such. Embarkation was very easy. About 30 minutes after arrival, we were...read more
64 Many Transatlantic - Fort Lauderdale to Genoa9 users found this review helpful.
MSC Opera. Transatlantic Crossing Fort Lauderdale to Genoa 2nd to 19th April, 2005. Although this is our own personal thoughts and opinions based on our experience from time to time...read more
55 7 Europe42 users found this review helpful.
What an enjoyable cruise! Embarkation very well organized. We arrived at Venice airport at 11.30am and after clearing customs arrived at the port at approximately 1.00pm and following...read more