6 Nights Rio De Janeiro Brazil Musica

By - MSC Musica , MSC Cruises

Starts

Rio de Janeiro

 

 

Destination

Rio de Janeiro

About the Ship

Payment Terms

Days Days Percentage(%)
Greater than 365 100

Cancellation Policy

Days Days Cancellation Amount
Greater than 65 00% + INR 2,000 (MyDreamHoliday fees)
64 46 25% + INR 2,000 (MyDreamHoliday fees)
45 31 50% + INR 2,000 (MyDreamHoliday fees)
30 16 75% + INR 2,000 (MyDreamHoliday fees)
15 00 100% + INR 2,000 (MyDreamHoliday fees)

Rooms Available

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Itinerary

Port Arrive Departure Shore Excursions Note
Rio de Janeiro NA 18:00
Buzios 09:00 19:00
Salvador 08:00 23:00
Ilheus, Brazil 08:00 18:00
Rio de Janeiro 08:00 NA

Boarding starts 3hrs before Departure and gates close 1 hour before departure.

MSC Musica inside and outside

Facilities

  • Crystal Lounge
  • L'Enoteca Wine Bar
  • Gli Archi Cafeteria
  • The Golden Bar
  • The Diamond Bar
  • Havana Club Cigar Room
  • Laguna Bar
  • Bar della Cascata
  • Il Tucano Lounge
  • Q32 Disco
  • Children Indoor Playroom
  • Card Room
  • Library
  • Sanremo Casinò
  • La Scala Theater
  • Whirlpool bath
  • La Spiaggia pool area
  • Copacabana pool area
  • MSC Aurea Spa
  • L'Oleandro Restaurant
  • Le Maxim's Restaurant
  • Kaito Sushi Bar
  • Via Montenapoleone Boutique
  • Accessories Shop

Visa Requirements

Here is an indication for which countries you might need a visa. Please contact the local embassy for help applying for visas to these places.

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FAQ'S

  • Passengers are not allowed to bring alcoholic beverages on to the ship. Alcoholic beverages can be purchased in the ship's gift shops or in foreign ports. If you are celebrating a special occasion, fine wines and champagne can be brought on board.

  • On most cruise lines, the onboard currency is the US Dollar. Recently, they have started taking deposit from their guest at the time of boarding the ship. They issue a card known as “cruise credit card” which is an identification and credit card and your room key; can be used for any on – board expenses. At the end of the tour, you will either receive a refund or you will have to pay back.

  • Food: Food is one of the highlights in any cruise ships. Aside from the normal breakfast, lunch and dinner buffet, there are delectable afternoon and midnight buffets to tempt you. There are sidewalk style café’s, fine-dining cigar lounges, child-friendly restaurants - all offering specialty wines and gourmet cuisines. Special dietary requirements such as Indian and vegetarian meals can be catered to on most ships
  • Activities: From onboard bowling to open-air cinemas, state of the art fitness centers to basketball courts, rock climbing to yoga, wellness and spa treatments to lounging by the pool, browsing the internet or browsing the library – there is something for EVERYONE
  • Entertainment: Broadway-style shows, Karaoke Bars, Night Clubs, and Casinos
  • Shopping: Duty-Free shopping is available on board in most ships.

  • A daily newsletter(Known as navigator) would delivered to your cabin each evening. There also will be one for you when you arrive. In it, you'll find the schedule for the next day's activities and entertainment offerings. You may also find information on scheduled ports of call, debarkation and embarkation information, and sunrise and sunset times. Children usually receive their own daily schedules of age-appropriate activities, as well.

  • Family-oriented ships have huge facilities that often include multiple play areas for the youngest cruisers, teen hangouts and discos, kid pools, waterslides, arcades and kids-only deck space.Some lines offer unique programs, such as acting and juggling classes, science experiments and DJ training.

  • Once you sail away from the embarkation port, your cell phone will go into roaming mode, which translates into higher rates and extra fees.
  • You can purchase a Wi-Fi package, which typically costs from 65 to 95 cents per minute.

  • Pack your clothes as you would normally would. There are no rules on attire for the day. In the evening, attire is dictated by occasion.  It would be best if you packed something formal.

  • Most cruise lines have casual approach for the dress code. Don’t buy a tuxedo just for the trip. A dark suit and tie are fine for the dressiest occasions.

  • Tipping is a matter of individual preference. A general rule is $3.50 - $5.00 per person per day for your cabin steward and dining room waiter and about half that for the assistant. Some lines include the gratuity in the price of your cruise and maintain a no tipping policy.

  • Most cruise lines have 24-hour medical services and staff operating under guidelines. It’s advisable to obtain medical insurance, travel with adequate supplies of medical prescriptions and devices and to disclose pre-existing medical conditions before sai

  • Shore excursions are optional, guided tours in a cruise ship's port. They highlight the best local attractions, and allow the passengers to experience the local culture.

  • Every cruise line sells shore excursions. They provide a complete list with descriptions along with the cost in advance; on their websites and with your cruise documents. You can pre-book them or wait until you board your ship.

  • An organized shore excursion will cut down the planning and arrangements which would maximize your time ashore. The tours they select for you will highlight the most popular sites and activities in a particular port of call.

  • Shore excursions include transportation to the attraction or activity, the services of a local tour guide, equipment and gear (if applicable) and entrance fees (if applicable). Some tours may also include meals, drinks and refreshments depending on the to

  • The cruise line will provide a full refund for any tour cancelled by the operators due to inclement weather conditions or in the unlikely event the ship does not visit a port of call.

  • Yes it is
  • Ships must follow an extraordinary number of rules and regulations in place to protect passengers' (and crewmembers') safety while onboard. The Coast Guard conducts rigorous, quarterly inspections of all ships that operate from U.S. ports, looking to make sure they comply with emergency response requirements. Ships also operate under international rules, known as Safety of Life at Sea (SOLAS). The rules regulate everything from fire safety to navigation and maritime security. The rules also require that before the ship sails, everyone must participate in a safety drill that includes instructions on locating and putting on life jackets and finding your assigned lifeboat.
  • We may be more at risk driving to the airport or boarding a plane to get to your homeport than you are once at sea.
  • In the aftermath of the Concordia tragedy, the Cruise Lines International Association adopted a cruise industry passenger bill of rights. The bill guarantees passengers rights in 10 areas including safety, comfort and care.
  • Rights include "a full refund for a trip that is canceled due to mechanical failures or a partial refund for voyages that are terminated early due to these failures" and "timely information updates as to any adjustments in the itinerary of the ship in the event of a mechanical failure or emergency, as well as timely updates of the status of efforts to address mechanical failures."
  • Also note that cruise ships are like mini-cities, and you should take the same general travel precautions you would on land. Keep any valuables in your cabin's safe (or leave them at home), and don't open your cabin door without verifying who's there. Parents, give children strict rules about when they can and cannot roam the ship without adult supervision -- especially near the swimming pool.
  • Like most land-based resorts, few ships have lifeguards, so make sure to review pool safety tips before your cruise. For more on cruise ship safety, read our tips for staying safe on a cruise ship.

6 Nights Rio De Janeiro Brazil Musica

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