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Throwback: MSC Fantasia, from project to christening

Fantasy is the energy that moves the Universe. The greatest masterpieces of Art, Architecture and Engineering were born from Fantasy, as well as beautiful paintings, thoughtful rhymes, inventive bridges, daring ships. It's Fantasy that enhances, touches and cheers...

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Throwback: MSC Melody, the little big flagship

In the 70s, the cruise industry suffered the oil crisis and the consequent rapid inflation of the operating costs. But the end of the decade saw a great recovery in the sector with a record number of new ships on order, it is in these times that the Home Lines...

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Throwback: Symphony, the South African Queen

Symphony was originally built for SGTM (Société Générale des Transports Maritimes) as Provence by Swan Hunter & Wigham Richardson shipyard in Wallsend on Tyne (England). Intended for the South American service, she was completed in 1951. The Provence was later...

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Throwback: MSC Rhapsody, the Cunarder

Currently part of Israeli cruise line Mano Cruises as Golden Iris, Rhapsody has been one of the most icon MSC old style ships. The ship was initially ordered by the american Overseas National Airways and designed to became a floatable Playboy Club thanks to the...