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MSC fantastica runs in the spring of 2012 from the stack, the joy is great MSC Cruises expected growth. The twelfth fleet Member will bear the name of MSC fantastica. The fantasy-class ship will be built by the French shipyard STX and will run in the spring of 2012, by the stack. “We are very pleased to note the increase in fleet,!” would be Falk-Hartwig Rost, CEO of MSC Cruises Germany. Still, the demand for our cruises and with the new MSC fantastica, other guests can enjoy the most beautiful time of the year, your holiday aboard.” The stone for the construction of MSC fantastica came on March 1, 2010 with the memorandum of understanding in the role. On July 23, the project got the blessing from financial and judicial authorities. Financial security is provided by French institutions, particularly by COFACE, one of the largest credit insurer of. The new MSC fantastica is the third ship in the Fantasia class.

Her sister ship, the MSC Fantasia, is one of the largest ships ever by a European shipyards have been built. So, she will set new standards of MSC fantastica in the areas of leisure, comfort and safety. We are very pleased that this important agreement with MSC Cruises now signed and the long-standing partnership between MSC will continue with this great ship cruises and STX France”, as Jacques Hardelay, General Manager of STX France. Pierfrancesco Vago, CEO of MSC Cruises adds: we are very happy to confirm this important investments and interpret it as a sign of the success of our ambitious growth strategy. Furthermore, we would like to thank all who have made this possible. Along with STX France, we want to put our energy in the effort to expand the leading position of MSC Cruises in the global cruise industry. The MSC fantastica will build on the success of the Fantasia class, which is seen by more and more guests as unique and thanks to innovative features such as the MSC Yacht Club, the ship-the ship “Offer, an unprecedented degree of privacy and personalized service offer.