Built in 2010, MSC Sinfonia can accommodate 2,679 guest across its 9 passenger decks. It is part of the Mistral Class. The ship is equipped with a variety of bars and show lounges. Its design makes it easier for passengers to navigate their way throughout the ship. In 2015, 200 additional cabins were added on ship, 94 of these have balconies.
There are five main types of cabins and 11 categories some of these include Deluxe Balcony Suites, Family Size Suites, Outside Cabin with Balcony, Outside Cabin, and Inside Cabins. There are 16 Wheelchair Accessible Cabins onboard. Included in each cabin is minibar, safe, hair dryer, interactive TV, and telephone. There are no single cabins onboard.
On board there are two main restaurants Il Galeone Restaurant which can seat 750 passengers and serves a seven course dinner, and the Il Covo Restaurant can seat 350 with the same menu options as Il Galeone Restaurant. Available are also six bars and show lounges, and Sinfonia@caffe a computer room with workstations. A buffet style meal can be found at La Terrazza Buffet.
Onboard is the Sport Centre that is full of modern equipment and free weights. It also has an aerobic studio where classes are offered on board. In the MSC Aurea Spa you will find the relaxation room, Turkish Baths, salon, and sauna. Several treatment packages are available including for facial and skin treatments as well as massages.
The Kids Club for children ages 3-12. It is managed by entertainment staff on board MSC Preziosa. Children are invited to participate in daily activities such as painting, board games, and group games. The Pinocchio is the location of the Kids Club room on MSC Sinfonia where children can climb, slide and participate in organised activities. Active at the Teen Planet, teen can engage in activities organised for their age group by staff on board.
– Cruise Passenger
“…The buffet restaurant was typical of other ships but the food was fine and a very good variety. Anyone having afternoon tea would have been delighted with the variety of cakes and puddings…”
– Cruise Critic
“…The Sinfonia is a small ship but very well laid out so it feels bigger. We found the staff friendly, welcoming and happy to please. The animation team were exceptional they responded well to everyones needs a fantastic group of people full of fun headed by an amazing cruise Director Stephen the nightly shows in the theatre produced by BOR Productions were by far the best shows I have watched on a cruise ship Dancers, singers, speciality acts so well produced themed variety shows with beautiful costumes and very talented people…”
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