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MSC Bellissima deck 16 plan (Meraviglia-Sports)

Deck layout and review

Review of MSC Bellissima deck 16 (Meraviglia-Sports)

  • sports and kids facilities
  • There is a new onboard sports program (called DOREBRO) and an interactive cooking class (called DOREMI Chef) lead by the Michelin chef Carlo Cracco. Both programs are designed especially for kids and teenagers.
  • The DOREBRO sports program is via partnership with the UK-based King’s Active. The program targets kids and teens (3-17-years-old) and offers a variety of active sports and games into 2 daily sessions.
  • The “DOREMI Chef by Carlo Cracco” cooking class is via partnership the 2-star Michelin chef Carlo Cracco. The cooking class is led by one of the ship’s chefs, features the DOREMI mascot and targets kids ages 3-11. They are able to learn homemade pasta making from scratch, to receive cooking hints and tips, and upon completion each kid receives an official mini-chef certificate signed by the Michelin chef Cracco himself.
  • (review pending)
  • Top Sail Lounge is only open to Yacht Club guests, so it is never crowded. Situated at the front of the cruise ship, it boasts large glass windows giving great views, plenty of sofa chairs and tables, as well as a bar with table service. Drinks are free to all YC guests. Snacks are offered throughout the day.
  • Concierge Area
  • MSC YACHT CLUB Lounge & Bar (forward location, with floor-ceiling panoramic windows)
  • Solarium (adults-only relaxation area upper level)
  • MSC Gym by TechnoGym features floor-to-ceiling glass windows, cardio equipment, 14 treadmills, 6 bikes (of which 3 pro and three reclining), Kinesis and weights training area. A separate spinning room and circuit training area are also available, along with a separate room for classes. Yoga, pilates and group bike training cost EUR 10 per person, per hour. A fitness package including 3 personal training sessions and 2 body analyzer scans is EUR 59. Open 9:00 a.m.-10:00 p.m.
  • Power Walking Track runs round half the cruise ship (1 lap is 200 yards/0.33 km).
  • Virtual Games Arcade
  • Cinema 4D (EUR 8 per person, EUR 6 for kids)
  • Sportplex/Team Sport Arena (multiuse sports court, lower level)
  • Super Amusement Park (TV Games, sports, two “Formula 1” car simulators, full-size Bowling Alley, TV Games, Flight Simulator)
  • Sports Bar is American-diner type bar that serves beers, soft drinks, hot dogs, pop corns, snack bars, energy and protein drinks, shakes and juices.
  • Amphitheatre
  • Sun Deck area (aft-location, with Horizon swimming pool)
  • Cruise cabins from 16001 to 16026, all of which are Yacht Club suites in categories YC-Interior and YC-DeLuxe.

MSC Bellissima's "Crystal Cabin"

The MSC ship Bellissima has fleet's (and world's) first-ever "Crystal Cabin" - a stateroom adorned with around 0,7 million Swarovski crystals. The YC-Deluxe Suite (room number 16018) is located on Deck 16 forward-starboard (in the MSC Yacht Club) and recognizable by the crystallized number on the entry door. In-cabin Swarovski crystal decorations include furniture (both bedside tables / 2-door nightstands, coffee table's top, sideboard), the wall-mounted bedside lamps (sconces specially designed to provide lighting throughout), walls (with coral-themed artworks adorned with the luxury crystals).

MSC Bellissima ship Crystal Cabin (suite 16018, deck 16)

MSC Cruises' "Crystal Cabin" was developed in partnership with Swarovski Group and De Jorio Design International. The stateroom is available at no extra cost (same-priced as other "Yacht Club Deluxe" category balcony suites).

In addition to the new crystal cabin and the 96 steps with 61,000+ Swarovski crystals on MSC Bellissima, other details consist of crystal detailed wallpaper in the MSC Yacht Club and a crystallized Active Panel illuminated by custom-made LED lighting with ~0,5 million crystals per m2 built into the design of the Champagne Bar.