Fly from UK to Durban, South Africa where you will stay 3 nights in a central hotel before you embark on the ship sailing to Pointe des Galets, Reunion; Port Louis, Mauritius (overnight); Port Victoria, Seychelles (overnight); Aqaba, Jordan; Suez Canal, Egypt (overnight); Katakolon, Greece; Kotor, Montenegro; Split, Croatia; Venice, Italy where you will disembark the ship and fly back to the UK
Orchestra is a large new ship that is designed by Italians for Europeans and provides good passenger flow and tasteful décor in the good range of public rooms. It features a wide range of sport, entertainment and dining options and is good for families. Orchestra passengers tend to be All age groups and European. When all cabins have double occupancy, the ship provides a space ratio of 35.1 tons per passenger and a crew to passenger ratio of one for every 2.6 passengers. At full capacity the space ratio is 29.7 tons per passenger and the crew ratio is one to 3.1 passengers.
There are a variety of restaurants available onboard, including two main dining rooms, a self-service buffet, and a number of casual snack or lunch options. Two traditional sittings, flexible and casual dining options are all available.
MSC Cruises’ uncompromising dedication to its passengers is nowhere more evident than the unrivalled entertainment programmes and facilities offered on board. With its state-of-the-art 1240 seat Theatre, futuristic Disco and Casino with over 600 square metres of casino gaming and the Virtual Games, video games room.
The ship is well equipped to ensure her passengers stay active whilst travelling. From a fully-equipped gym with panoramic sea views, to an outdoor jogging track, to the MSC Aurea Spa. The Aurea Spa offers a range of treatments, including massages, facials, aromatherapy, as well as the only Balinese Spa at sea.
MSC pay special attention to the needs of families travelling with them, and it is easy to spend time together onboard the ship. There are comfortable, purpose-built family cabins, and a variety of experienced staff onboard to look after the younger passengers will parents disembark upon shore activities or make use of the onboard facilities. The Kids Club comes in five different age groups, and there are dedicated menus for kids in the restaurants. A special Edutainment programme is laid on as well, allowing children to express their creativity, alongside themed parties, and an adult-free zone for teenagers.