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Choose MSC Meraviglia for unforgettable cruises

MSC’s new ultra-luxurious cruise ship, MSC Meraviglia, is fully operational, offering passengers and cruise lovers the most comfortable, wondrous and unforgettable vacation of their dreams.

TOP KINISIS, the representative of the MSC Cruises in Cyprus, is happy to serve cruise enthusiasts in Cyprus, offering prices that lead to … magical moments in fantastic destinations around the Mediterranean, including Genoa, Naples, Messina, Malta and Marseilles.

The night of June 3 was an especially magical and emotional event in the port of Le Havre, France for the ship’s owner Gianluigi Aponte, and also for staff, travel agents representatives and journalists, as honorary guests who witnessed the ship launching of MSC Meraviglia.

‘Nona’ – the world renowned actress Sofia Loren — cut the ribbon releasing the traditional bottle of champagne to break against the ship’s hull.

The evening was filled with happiness and pride for the largest cruise ship that is set to sail across the Mediterranean. ‘Kids United’, an MSC/UNICEF collaboration, as well as popular French actor and pop star Patrick Bruel kept party revellers celebrating with song and dance.

The night ended with a magnificent fireworks display while the revelry continued onboard until the early hours of the morning.

Designed with impressive dimensions, the MSC Meraviglia has a length of 316m and a height of 65m, and boasts 19 decks to accommodate 5,700 passengers.

It also features four swimming pools, a waterpark, restaurants, pubs, a spa, a casino, a 4D cinema, Formula One and flight simulators, a playground, bowling, a futsal pitch, a basketball court, a gym, a theatre, a library, a photographer, a chocolate café, shops and much more.

MSC is planning to build another five large cruise ships by the end of 2020, while the next in line, MSC Seaside, is expected to be delivered in December.

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