MSC Fantasia Ship Review
Christened by actress Sophia Loren in 2008 in Naples, Italy, the MSC Fantasia is by far the line's largest ship with a maximum capacity of 3,959. Marketed as being greater in length than the height of the Eiffel Tower, Fantasia is the largest ship ever built for the European market. Most passengers are Spanish or Italian so North Americans will need to be comfortable with a European experience before booking passage.
MSC Fantasia 11 Night Mediterranean Cruise Schedule & Itinerary
Location/ Port of Call
|Sunday, 12/27/2015||Depart from Civitavecchia, Italy|
|Monday, 12/28/2015||Genoa, Italy|
|Tuesday, 12/29/2015||Barcelona, Spain|
|Wednesday, 12/30/2015||AT SEA|
|Thursday, 12/31/2015||Casablanca, Morocco|
|Friday, 01/01/2016||AT SEA|
|Saturday, 01/02/2016||Santa Cruz De Tenerife, Spain|
|Sunday, 01/03/2016||Funchal, Portugal|
|Monday, 01/04/2016||AT SEA|
|Tuesday, 01/05/2016||Malaga, Spain|
|Wednesday, 01/06/2016||AT SEA|
|Thursday, 01/07/2016||Arrive at Civitavecchia, Italy|
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