MSC POESIA uses 6 languages on board

MSC Ships are used a lot by UK Cruisers, the Mediterranean Shipping Company is probably the biggest shipping company at sea.The company uses six main languages for its communications: English, Italian, German, French, Spanish and Brazilian Portuguese. The order in which these languages appear is determined exclusively by the number of guests in each language group as a proportion of our total guests. This then becomes a huge chance to learn and use other languages. The cabin information booklet and other printed material used on board are available in different versions for each of the six languages listed above. The order of the languages used in our menus, changes depending on the area of the world in which each ship is located.

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The MSC ships are great family ships, with much on offer. The MSC Poesia is seen here in a 180 degree manoeuvre so you get to see the size of the ship and how similar it is to the Azura and Ruby Princess.

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MSC operate a zero tolerance on bad behaviour, which is not unusual at sea. Children under twelve MUST wear the supplied ID bracelet at all times. 

They say ‘We want every Guest to have a truly enjoyable cruise experience. Therefore, MSC Cruises does not tolerate any behavior affecting the comfort, health, safety, and security of other Guests or our crew. Please refer to the contract conditions for more details on this important policy.

Sunbeds are available at no charge to Guests. They cannot be booked, and guests are kindly requested not to occupy deck-chairs and sunbeds with personal items during any long absences (more than 30 minutes). Beach towels are available in the cabins. These should be returned in cabins after use. Unreturned pool towels may be charged to the on-board accounts of guests..

The Exclusive Solarium on the top deck of each ship offers a private enclave of relaxation. Spa, jacuzzi and bar services are also provided in the Exclusive Solarium area on some ships.’