MSC Cruises Wraps Renaissance Ship Enhancement Program

MSC Lirica's newly renovated interior
MSC Lirica's newly renovated interior

MSC Cruises has announced that the line has completed its Renaissance Program, delivering four newly updated ships. 

MSC Lirica, the final ship to undergo renovations, added new family-friendly amenities. The ship now has five separate kids and teenager club areas for guests up to 17 years old, including two designed and equipped playrooms by leading childhood brands Chicco and LEGO.
Dining has been made more flexible with an extended range of menus and restaurants and buffet options available 20 hours per day. 

In terms of entertainment, the ship now offers a 20 hour program of activities, live music and dance, and themed events across a range of upgraded entertainment venues, including the theater.

MSC Lirica also received customizations for the ship's May 2016 deployment to Shanghai, with a selection of touches aimed at Chinese guests. 


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