Exclusive world of luxury cruising revealed online


Web 2.0 technology now allows you to experience a secret world. The world of MSC Yacht Club – a new dimension in luxury exclusive to Italian cruise leader MSC Cruises.

The jewel in the crown of the company’s superb new Fantasia Class flagships – MSC Fantasia and MSC Splendida – located in the prestigious foredeck area with commanding views, MSC Yacht Club is a world apart. It’s a ship within a ship for those requiring special standards of discretion and privacy because of their fame and social status, or simply to enjoy the ultimate in exclusivity for a totally unforgettable holiday.

Accessed via its own separate Concierge Reception with sweeping Swarovski crystal staircase, its 99 sumptuous suites are served by a panoramic private lounge and a totally unoverlooked luxury leisure deck and pool complex. A high-class 24-hour butler service completes the exceptional private club ambience, enhanced by direct lift entry to the acclaimed MSC Aurea SPA wellness, beauty and spa centre, where guests are pampered with blissful Balinese massages and a wide choice of traditional and ultramodern treatments.

Doubly unique in providing this privacy and luxury while offering privileged access to the MSC flagships’ world-class leisure, sports, shopping and entertainment, the MSC Yacht Club really has to be experienced to be fully appreciated. Which is exactly what you can do now thanks to MSC Cruises’ new state-of-the-art website, embarking on an interactive exploration that combines detailed information with a multimedia gallery, streaming videos and a 360° recreation of MSC Yacht Club in a virtual world.

Built using Flash and ActionScript 3.0, you can effortlessly survey the sumptuous designer interiors as if you were actually on board, and follow streaming videos that evoke all the magic of the experience. An exclusive experience that will soon be available in 6 languages and subsequently more, thanks to localisation facilitated by a cutting-edge content management system.

There’s even a Find Your Cruise section that enables you to sample the sights, cultures and colours of the beautiful itineraries and shore excursions available, helping you make the perfect choice for your own unforgettable holiday.

And of course the whole site has been optimised for all the major search engines, so everyone can easily find the holiday of their dreams at www.mscyachtclub.com

Book any Yacht Club Suite on selected MSC Fantasia or MSC Splendida Mediterranean cruises departing in October, November & December 2009 and MSC Cruises will give you $600 per person* towards your return airfare to Europe. MSC Yacht Club fares start at only $5020* AUD per person, twin share. *Conditions apply. See our website for details.

For cruise bookings and enquiries on this deal or any other MSC Cruises itinerary, call 1300 028 502 in Australia or visit our website at www.msccruises.com.au.

MSC Cruises currently has the most modern fleet in the world, comprising ten ships: MSC Splendida and MSC Fantasia (the largest ships ever built for a European ship owner), MSC Poesia, MSC Orchestra, MSC Musica, MSC Sinfonia, MSC Armonia, MSC Opera, MSC Lirica and MSC Melody. MSC Magnifica will be launched in 2010. The fleet cruises year round in the Mediterranean and seasonally in Northern Europe, the Atlantic Ocean, the Caribbean, North America and Canada, South America, the Indian Ocean, South and West Africa. MSC Crociere is the only company in the world to have received the “6 Golden Pearls” award from the Bureau Veritas in recognition of its high level of quality management and environmental protection. MSC Crociere cares about the welfare of children, and as a responsible market leader, it believes in making a positive impact in the regions where it operates. To this end, the company recently forged a partnership with UNICEF to fund a community project aimed at providing disadvantaged children in Brazil with a high quality education.

Source = MSC Cruises

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