MSC Bellissima, MSC Cruises’ second Meraviglia-ship, will be deployed in Asia in Spring 2020 and become MSC Cruises’ newest flagship for the region.
Following her inaugural season in the Mediterranean next summer, MSC Bellissima will bring a range of cutting-edge innovations to China and Japan, including the longest LED Sky Screen at Sea at 80 metres long encompassing a stunning 96 metre long Mediterranean-style promenade, designed to become the social hub of the ship. Guests will be able to enjoy brand-new and exclusive to MSC Cruises Cirque du Soleil at Sea shows every night as well as next-generation MSC Yacht Club, with new features and luxurious accommodations spanning three decks, private facilities and butler service round-the-clock. MSC Bellissima will be among the biggest and most innovative cruise ships deployed in the region.
While MSC Bellissima will be mostly based in Shanghai to serve the Chinese home market, she will also offer a number of sailings from Japan to cater to the growing demand for the MSC Cruises product and experience from Japanese consumers. In addition, a number of Asia sailings will be reserved for international guests wanting to discover this popular region from the comfort and style of an MSC Cruises ship.
MSC Bellissima is currently being constructed at STX France’s shipyard in Saint-Nazaire and is due to come into service in March 2019.