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bridget November 20th, 2004 11:31 PM

MSC Opera
We are booked on Opera end of January 2005, now that we are booked I have just spent the last hour reading of past passengers bad experieinces. and am alittel concerned.
I am hoping things have improved since these people have cruised. can anyone give any positive feedback??????

Alan S November 21st, 2004 03:00 PM

Re: MSC Opera
Hi bridget:
The MSC Opera was only launched in July of this year and has only sailed from Genoa in the Med so far. It's currently mid-Atlantic on it's way to Ft. Lauderdale.
So obviousley very few reviews so far with none concerning US departures.
Read Ann Campbell's current article about it. Here's a current review:

bridget November 22nd, 2004 07:18 PM

Re: Re: MSC Opera
thanks Alan, do you know if the lnside cabins have twin beds that convert to queen? I was just hoping we don't have bunk beds or twin beds. I assumed a new ship would not /.

Alan S November 23rd, 2004 06:43 PM

Re: MSC Opera
Hi Bridget:
Our inside cabin on Turandot deck had a queen bed configuration, made floor space a little tight. However the cabins are very efficient, nicely decorated, with very nice bathroom facilities. Hope you have a nice cruise experience.

bridget November 28th, 2004 07:10 AM

Re: Re: MSC Opera
do you know what MSC policy on alcohol is? I am used to Princess and Holland Amer. that says you can't bring any onboard, but it is not confiscated if you are bringing for use in your stateroom.

Alan S November 29th, 2004 10:46 PM

Re: MSC Opera
Hi bridget:
I didn't take any alcohol on board, but the ship does have a duty free shop where you can buy anything you want for consumption in your cabin only.

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