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March 25, 2005

MSC Cruises' Pagliacci Bring Impromptu Fun, Excitement To True Italian Signature Cruise Experience

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MSC CRUISES’ PAGLIACCI BRING IMPROMPTU FUN, EXCITEMENT
TO ‘TRUE ITALIAN SIGNATURE’ CRUISE EXPERIENCE

A one-of-a-kind entertainment troupe has been sparking fun and activities throughout MSC Cruises’ MSC Opera and MSC Lirica on Caribbean sailings. This fun-loving, animated group is known as the Pagliacci (Italian for clowns, pronounced paliachi) and has earned rave reviews from guests.Pagliacci is also the title of a famous Italian opera written by Ruggero Leoncavallo in which a troupe of strolling players arrive in a Sicilian village to perform a comedy; Pagliacci is one of the characters in the play.Like the troupe in the opera, the Pagliacci onboard MSC Cruises’ ships stroll through the vessels, sharing their energy and talents. Guests never know where they may turn up next – impromptu fun may be right around the next corner!“They are like a catalyst, the spark that helps get things going,” says Richard E. Sasso, president and CEO of MSC Cruises USA. “Their enthusiasm is contagious. It’s almost impossible not to have fun when you’re surrounded by that kind of excitement.”Already being regarded as some of the best entertainment at sea, MSC Cruises takes shipboard entertainment to an even higher level. Guests obviously agree. Here is what some have had to say:

“I can’t say enough about this energetic team! They were amazing. These guys and gals always looked like they were having such a great time and I just wonder where they get all their energy.”

“They were everywhere at all hours, interacting with passengers and trying to make sure everyone had a great time”

“This group really made this a lively ship … This is no exaggeration when I say that this ship might be the most lively I have been on. The lively atmosphere seemed to float into every lounge where the staff seemed to be everywhere at the same time, getting everyone up and dancing.”

The Pagliacci is an integral part of the “True Italian Signature” experience guests will find with MSC Cruises. It is an experience that includes Italian officers, authentic Italian specialties on the menu each evening, and nightly entertainment with a distinctively international flair.“Our objective was to provide North American guests with a cruise unlike anything they might experience on any other cruise line, from the ambiance to the cuisine to the entertainment – and everything in between,” says Sasso. “Guest reactions confirm that, from the nightly shows to the performers in the lounges and the Pagliacci strolling the decks, we have succeeded.” MSC Opera completes her inaugural Caribbean season with seven-night sailings from Fort Lauderdale through March 26 before embarking April 2 on a 17-night transatlantic crossing. MSC Lirica wraps up her second Caribbean season with 11-night Panama Canal sailings through April 22. She sets sail for Europe May 2 on a 17-night transatlantic crossing.Both ships will join the five other ships in the MSC Cruises’ fleet to sail Europe/Mediterranean itineraries through fall 2005. MSC Opera and MSC Lirica are slated to return to the Caribbean for the 2005-2006 season with an exciting new lineup of itineraries.

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Posted by Denise at March 25, 2005 09:10 AM

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MSC Cruises' Pagliacci Bring Impromptu Fun, Excitement To True Italian Signature Cruise Experience

diamondprincess.jpg

MSC CRUISES’ PAGLIACCI BRING IMPROMPTU FUN, EXCITEMENT
TO ‘TRUE ITALIAN SIGNATURE’ CRUISE EXPERIENCE

A one-of-a-kind entertainment troupe has been sparking fun and activities throughout MSC Cruises’ MSC Opera and MSC Lirica on Caribbean sailings. This fun-loving, animated group is known as the Pagliacci (Italian for clowns, pronounced paliachi) and has earned rave reviews from guests.Pagliacci is also the title of a famous Italian opera written by Ruggero Leoncavallo in which a troupe of strolling players arrive in a Sicilian village to perform a comedy; Pagliacci is one of the characters in the play.Like the troupe in the opera, the Pagliacci onboard MSC Cruises’ ships stroll through the vessels, sharing their energy and talents. Guests never know where they may turn up next – impromptu fun may be right around the next corner!“They are like a catalyst, the spark that helps get things going,” says Richard E. Sasso, president and CEO of MSC Cruises USA. “Their enthusiasm is contagious. It’s almost impossible not to have fun when you’re surrounded by that kind of excitement.”Already being regarded as some of the best entertainment at sea, MSC Cruises takes shipboard entertainment to an even higher level. Guests obviously agree. Here is what some have had to say:

“I can’t say enough about this energetic team! They were amazing. These guys and gals always looked like they were having such a great time and I just wonder where they get all their energy.”

“They were everywhere at all hours, interacting with passengers and trying to make sure everyone had a great time”

“This group really made this a lively ship … This is no exaggeration when I say that this ship might be the most lively I have been on. The lively atmosphere seemed to float into every lounge where the staff seemed to be everywhere at the same time, getting everyone up and dancing.”

The Pagliacci is an integral part of the “True Italian Signature” experience guests will find with MSC Cruises. It is an experience that includes Italian officers, authentic Italian specialties on the menu each evening, and nightly entertainment with a distinctively international flair.“Our objective was to provide North American guests with a cruise unlike anything they might experience on any other cruise line, from the ambiance to the cuisine to the entertainment – and everything in between,” says Sasso. “Guest reactions confirm that, from the nightly shows to the performers in the lounges and the Pagliacci strolling the decks, we have succeeded.” MSC Opera completes her inaugural Caribbean season with seven-night sailings from Fort Lauderdale through March 26 before embarking April 2 on a 17-night transatlantic crossing. MSC Lirica wraps up her second Caribbean season with 11-night Panama Canal sailings through April 22. She sets sail for Europe May 2 on a 17-night transatlantic crossing.Both ships will join the five other ships in the MSC Cruises’ fleet to sail Europe/Mediterranean itineraries through fall 2005. MSC Opera and MSC Lirica are slated to return to the Caribbean for the 2005-2006 season with an exciting new lineup of itineraries.

Press Release By MSC Cruises

MSC Cruises European Cruise Information

Posted by Denise at March 25, 2005 09:10 AM

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