Third New MSC Ship Is Poetry in Ocean

The new ship MSC Cruises ordered last week will be named MSC Poesia (Italian for "poetry"). The 90,000-ton Panamax ship (capable of traversing the Panama Canal), slated for delivery in 2008, is expected to be a sister-ship to MSC Musica (end of June 2006) and MSC Orchestra (sometime in 2007). The cruise line has also confirmed an option to build a fourth ship.

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