MSC Virtuosa deck plans
Deck layouts, review of facilities, activities, amenities
MSC Virtuosa deck plan review at CruiseMapper provides newest cruise deck plans (2021-2022-2023 valid floor layouts of the vessel) extracted from the officially issued by MSC Cruises deckplan pdf (printable version).
Each of the MSC Virtuosa cruise ship deck plans are conveniently combined with a legend (showing cabin codes) and detailed review of all the deck's venues and passenger-accessible indoor and outdoor areas. A separate link provides an extensive information on MSC Virtuosa staterooms (cabins and suites), including photos, cabin plans and amenities by room type and category.
MSC Virtuosa cruise ship deck plan shows 2405 staterooms for 4810 passengers (max capacity is 5772 guests), served by 1536 crew/staff. The ship has 14 passenger decks (out of 19), 14 restaurants/food bars (including 5 MDRs dining rooms and 5 specialty), 21 lounges and bars, 4 swimming pools, 14 Jacuzzis, 39 elevators (2 of which are panoramic / glass-wall lifts in the Atrium).
The following official MSC Cruises YouTube video release reviews the Meraviglia-class ships best features and onboard amenities.
- Among the dining options are “Butcher’s Cut” (new American steakhouse); new pastry bar/creperie (by celebrity chef Jean Philippe Maury), new “Kaito Sushi” restaurant, new “Kaito Teppanyaki” restaurant, a 20-hours a day open buffet restaurant.
- The 4 swimming pools include a 25-m / 80 ft long Atmosphere pool, a 10-m / 33 ft long indoor pool (Bamboo pool) and the aft-located Horizon pool – the most generous open-deck area at sea.
- Weekly, a total of 12 “Cirque du Soleil” circus acrobatic shows will be presented in the dedicated “Carousel Lounge”. The lounge is located aft on deck 7 (Promenade) and has capacity 120 seats for dinner (plus additional 290 seats reserved for drinks).
- Balinese Spa complex is a 1100 m2 / 11,840 ft2 sized wellness area.
Each Meraviglia- and Meraviglia Plus-class ship is fitted with a total of 114 Interactive screens, 244 info screens, 31 virtual screens, 81 video wall monitors, 3050 iBeacons, 700 WAPs (wireless access points), 1200 CCTV cameras.
Rob - MSC Starship Club's humanoid robot bartender
On Virtuosa MSC Cruises introduced fleet's first MSC Starship Club (Starliner One Bar/spaceship-themed venue) served by the industry's first humanoid robot bartender - named Rob. MSC Starship Club provides integrated bar-and-entertainment experiences and its interior is marked by a cold-white ceiling, a digital art wall, 3D holographic projections, a 12-seat digital (touchscreen) table for personalized interactive galactic tours.
Rob mixes and serves cocktails while entertaining the guests by moving his body, head and arms (shaking-stirring-garnishing-pouring drinks) in a natural way. The humanoid barman speaks 8 languages (Italian, Spanish, Portuguese, English, French, German, Chinese, Japanese) and engages with his voice and human-like (LED face) expressions/emotions.
Between making and serving beverages, Rob interacts with the passengers, changes his facial expressions, even dances and tells jokes, riddles, cosmic facts and trivia. Orders are placed in vertical digital cockpits. The drinks are served in futuristic, custom-made (MSC branded) souvenir glasses. The humanoid bartender can prepare a total of 16 "cosmic cocktails" (alcoholic and non-alcoholic) plus personalized (made-to-order) drinks using 40+ ingredients.
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