General Information

General Information

Introduction

Whether you're just curious or you have already booked a cruise with us and want to find out more, here you can find all the information you need.


Our mission at MSC Cruises is to do everything we can to make your vacation as relaxing as possible from the moment you book it to the moment you disembark your ship.


With MSC Cruises the journey is the destination.

General Information

Conditions of Carriage

Standard Conditions of Carriage

These Conditions of Carriage set out the terms that govern the relationship, responsibilities and liabilities as between the Passenger and the Carrier and are BINDING ON THE PARTIES. The Passenger has entered into a Passage Contract with an Organiser and these conditions have been incorporated into the Passenger’s contract with the Organiser. These Terms and Conditions of Carriage will also apply where the Vessel is being used as a floating hotel whether or not there is a Passage Contract and whether or not there is any carriage.

You must carefully read these conditions of carriage which set out your rights, responsibilities and limitations to make claims against the Carrier, its servants and/or agents. The Carrier’s liability is limited as set out in Clauses 22 and 23.
Standard Conditions of Carriage

Useful Information

Safety on Board

Safety on Board

A cruise isn’t just one of the most luxurious and relaxing ways to see the world, it’s also one of the safest. That’s because every cruise ship has to be built, equipped and operated in accordance with the strict requirements of the international maritime treaty known as the Safety of Life at Sea (SOLAS) Convention, developed by the International Maritime Organization, the UN agency responsible for shipping.
As a result, for example, all cruise ships must have regularly-checked lifeboats, life rafts and life preservers for every person on board, plus a specified minimum additional capacity.

The ultramodern ships in the MSC Cruises fleet go substantially above and beyond what is required, carrying backup mechanical, navigational and safety provisions.
Safety on Board