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 :: MSC Cruises

MSC Cruises (Italian: MSC Crociere S.p.A.) is a division of Mediterranean Shipping Company S.A. (MSC).

It's an Italian shipping company devoted to the cruise market with headquarters in Geneva. The company, whose capital is wholly European, employs 12,000 people worldwide and has offices in 43 countries.

Originally founded as Lauro Lines by Achille Lauro, the company entered the cruise business in the 1960s, operating two ships, the Angelina Lauro and MS Achille Lauro, both of which met fiery ends. After the Angelina Lauro burnt in the port of St.Thomas in 1979, Lauro Lines, also known as Flotta Lauro, met with bad times, now operating just one ship, the Achille Lauro. In 1985, the Achille Lauro was hijacked by members of the Palestine Liberation Front, and the much-publicised event further dropped passenger numbers. In 1989, Flotta Lauro was purchased by Mediterranean Shipping Company and renamed Star Lauro Cruises. In 1994, the Achille Lauro caught fire and sank. In 1995, the company name was changed to MSC Cruises.

MSC Cruises is the fourth largest cruise operator in the world, after Carnival Corporation & plc, Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd. and Norwegian Cruise Line with a 6% share of all passengers carried and cruise revenue in 2012.

On March 1, 2010, after strong support from French government, STX Europe and MSC Cruises announced signing a new Letter of Intent to build one, 139,000 ton, 3502 passenger, Fantasia-class ship, which is subject to financing, at STX Europe St-Nazaire.
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MSC Cruises Vessels:

Vessel Name:MSC Armonia
Date Completed:7/1/2001
Where Built:France
Cost:$245M
Flag:Italy
Gross Tonnage:58174
Length:251.30 meters
Decks:9
Passengers:2087
Crew:700
Vessel Name:MSC Divina
Date Completed:5/1/2012
Where Built:France
Cost:$550M
Flag:Panama
Gross Tonnage:133500
Length:333.00 meters
Decks:18
Passengers:3959
Crew:1325
Vessel Name:MSC Fantasia
Date Completed:12/1/2008
Where Built:France
Cost:$550M
Flag:Panama
Gross Tonnage:137936
Length:333.30 meters
Decks:18
Passengers:3900
Crew:1313
Vessel Name:MSC Lirica
Date Completed:3/1/2003
Where Built:France
Cost:$250M
Flag:Panama
Gross Tonnage:58825
Length:251.60 meters
Decks:13
Passengers:1560
Crew:700
Vessel Name:MSC Magnifica
Date Completed:3/1/2009
Where Built:France
Cost:$547M
Flag:Panama
Gross Tonnage:95128
Length:293.80 meters
Decks:13
Passengers:3605
Crew:1027
Vessel Name:MSC Musica
Date Completed:7/1/2006
Where Built:France
Cost:$360M
Flag:Panama
Gross Tonnage:92409
Length:293.80 meters
Decks:13
Passengers:2550
Crew:987
Vessel Name:MSC Opera
Date Completed:3/1/2004
Where Built:France
Cost:$266M
Flag:Panama
Gross Tonnage:58058
Length:251.00 meters
Decks:9
Passengers:1712
Crew:740
Vessel Name:MSC Orchestra
Date Completed:5/1/2007
Where Built:France
Cost:$480M
Flag:Panama
Gross Tonnage:92409
Length:293.80 meters
Decks:17
Passengers:2550
Crew:987
Vessel Name:MSC Poesia
Date Completed:4/1/2008
Where Built:France
Cost:$360M
Flag:Panama
Gross Tonnage:92627
Length:293.80 meters
Decks:13
Passengers:3605
Crew:987
Vessel Name:MSC Preziosa
Date Completed:3/1/2013
Where Built:France
Cost:$550M
Flag:Panama
Gross Tonnage:139072
Length:333.00 meters
Decks:18
Passengers:3959
Crew:1370
Vessel Name:MSC Sinfonia
Date Completed:4/1/2002
Where Built:France
Cost:$245M
Flag:Italy
Gross Tonnage:58625
Length:251.60 meters
Decks:12
Passengers:2223
Crew:710
Vessel Name:MSC Splendida
Date Completed:3/1/2009
Where Built:France
Cost:$550M
Flag:Panama
Gross Tonnage:133500
Length:333.30 meters
Decks:18
Passengers:3900
Crew:1313
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