"MSC Magnifica" forlenges med 23 meter

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MSC MAGNIFICA UNDERGOES EUR 130 MILLION TRANSFORMATION, SALES NOW OPEN FOR SUMMER 2021

  • The newly-restyled and extended MSC Magnifica will now also feature two new major and important onboard environmental advances: a state-of-the-art Selective Catalytic Reduction (SCR) system and next-generation Advanced Wastewater Treatment (AWT) system
  • MSC Magnifica’s guests to enjoy even more public spaces, more and improved guest accommodation options, new features as well brand-new itineraries encompassing Northern Europe, Baltic Capitals, Canary Islands & Madeira and the Mediterranean
Geneva, Switzerland – 12 September 2019 - MSC Cruises opened sales today for MSC Magnifica for summer 2021, sailing from Southampton, UK. The ship will undergo a Euro 130 million transformation at the start of 2021, adding 23 meters to the ship resulting in an additional 7,000 m2 of comfort and other features.

When works will be completed, MSC Magnifica will feature two new major and important onboard environmental advances to complement a wide range of existing leading-edge environmental technologies across the company’s entire fleet: a state-of-the-art Selective Catalytic Reduction (SCR) system and next-generation Advanced Wastewater Treatment (AWT) system.

SCR technology helps reducing nitrogen oxide into pure nitrogen and water through advanced active emissions control technology. MSC Cruises also took the opportunity to install a state-of-the-art advanced wastewater treatment system on board that meets the highest standards and that purifies used wastewater to near tap-water quality. The system meets the so-called ‘Baltic Standard’ and treats the wastewater to a higher standard than most waste standards available in cities around the world.

To help reducing and continuously minimizing emissions also while in port, the ship will be able to ‘plug in’ to the local power grid wherever such systems are available at berth.

MSC Magnifica’s transformation will also result in the addition of 215 extra cabins – thus bringing the total number of balcony cabins to 63% of the overall ship - as well as overall improved guest accommodations, an additional 800m2 of sundeck, a totally new water park, a redesigned kids area, plus additional features such as two new restaurants and a new shopping area.

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"MSC Magnifica"

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