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UPDATED:- ALL the INFO (in table form) on EXPERIENCES, MSC CLUB, SERVICE CHARGES etc.


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I'm updating the info to reflect the changes made since from the original thread.

The information is taken from the current 2017/2018 UK online brochure

THIS WILL REQUIRE A RFURTHER 6 POSTS,

SO I WOULD VERY GRATEFUL IF PEOPLE COULD REFRAIN FROM POSTING ON THIE THREAD UNTIL AFTER POST # 7 HAS APPEARRED,

TIA

PETE

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Contents

 

post 3

 

experiences

 

 

post 4

 

voyagers club

 

 

post 5

 

dining

 

 

post 6

 

drinks packages

service charges

 

 

post 7

 

teen card

laundry

ships' phone /fax numbers

hair straighteners

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DRESS CODE

 

 

 

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CHARGES FOR TOP19/18/13 sundeck

 

 

 

 

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SMOKING POLICY

 

 

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BRINGING BEVERAGES AND FOOD ONBOARD

 

 

 

Guests are advised that MSC

Cruises operates the following

on-board policy with regard to

prohibited items, which include

alcohol (beer, wine, spirits,

champagne, etc.), firearms,

irons, hair straighteners,

weapons and sharp objects. Any

such items found in your

luggage when scanned during

the boarding process will

preclude embarkation. Unless a

guest disposes of such items

themselves at this point, they

will be confiscated and not

returned to the guest, without

exception. In the interest of

health and safety, beverages

and food (incl. partially eaten or

homecooked items) may not be

brought on board either.

Exception: dry, packaged and

commercially produced foods as

well as confectionary. Any guest

who fails to comply with the

security regulations laid out

above will be denied access to

the ship. Objects that are

considered to be fragile,

personal and/or valuable

(jewellery, electronics, money,

travel documents, backpacks,

medicines, diapers? etc.) must

be carried as hand luggage only

since MSC Cruises cannot accept

liability for their damage or loss.

 

 

 

NOTE:- HAIR STRAIGTENERS ARE ALLOWED (SEE EARLIER POST #7)

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OTHER BALCONIES

 

 

DECK 8 IN THE RECESSED AREAS

 

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METAL "IN-HULL"

 

 

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HALF METAL HALF PLEXIGLASS

 

 

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"H" CABIN

 

 

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LARGE CORNER BALCONY

 

 

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SECOND FROM THE HUMP

 

 

 

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Number of formal nights

 

 

Number of Formal Nights:-

There's

one formal night on four- to six-night cruises,

two on seven- to nine-night cruises,

three on 10- to 14-night cruises

four on cruises of 15 nights or longer.

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Can I bring a straightening iron? I see both yes and no--thanks!!!

 

hair straighteners are allowed

but not a clothes iron

 

Hi Skier52....can you let me know where you found that info you posted please so I can carry it with me when I take my "I cant live without you Hair Straigtener" with me :D

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Hi Skier52....can you let me know where you found that info you posted please so I can carry it with me when I take my "I cant live without you Hair Straigtener" with me :D

It can be found on this link

 

 

 

 

scroll down to "useful information" and then "electrical appliances and voltage"

 

 

https://www.msccruises.co.uk/en-gb/Manage-Your-Booking/General-Information.aspx

 

Pete

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Those two-tier rates are coming into effect sometime between October and November this year, Pete. We're doing a 9 night from September 25th when the old rates apply and doing a December cruise for 11 nights when the new rates apply. Also, I remember seeing a post from someone who is cruising in November on a 9+ night cruise who mentioned that the new rate is also applying to their cruise.

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