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MSC Musica, the newest ship from MSC Cruises, will sail from Ft. Lauderdale during the 2006/07 Caribbean season.

The 89,000-ton vessel, currently under construction in France, will be the largest member of MSC Cruises' fleet, with nearly 1,300 guest staterooms accommodating 2,550 guests and more than 242,000 square feet of public areas. Eighty per cent of the staterooms will be outside, with 845 of them offering balconies.

Scheduled to debut in the Mediterranean in spring of 2006, MSC Musica will make her westbound transatlantic crossing to her North American home in Ft. Lauderdale in the late fall of 2006.

The cruise line's MSC Armonia, MSC Lirica, MSC Opera and MSC Sinfonia will sail 5- to 11-night Mediterranean itineraries, this spring and summer, with ships departing from Rome, Venice and Genoa. For the first time, MSC Lirica will sail seven-night roundtrip cruises from Rome, featuring stops at Sicily's Messina, Tunisia's Tunis, Spain's Palma de Mallorca and Barcelona, France's Marseille and Genoa in Italy.