MSC Musica

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MSC Musica in Dubrovnik, 2008 (cropped).JPG
MSC Musica in Dubrovnik
History
NameMSC Musica
OwnerMSC Cruises
OperatorMSC Cruises
Port of registryPanama City,  Panama
BuilderChantiers de l'Atlantique
Yard numberQ32
Launched15 October 2005
Completed2006
In service2006
Identification
StatusIn service
General characteristics
Class and type Musica-class cruise ship
Tonnage92,409 GT
Length964 ft (293.83 m)
Beam106 ft (32.31 m)
Decks13
Speed23 knots (43 km/h; 26 mph)
Capacity2,550 passengers
Crew987

MSC Musica is the first Musica-class cruise ship[1] built in 2006 and operated by MSC Cruises. The vessel has 1,268 passenger cabins which can accommodate 2,550 passengers double occupancy, served by approximately 987 crew members.

History[edit]

COVID-19 pandemic[edit]

On 9 April 2020, A Tribuna [pt] reported that a 32-year-old Indian crew member of MSC Musica had tested positive for COVID-19.[2] The crew member was initially admitted to hospital for emergency care due to anemia and had tested negative for the virus upon admission.[2] However, when the crew member was scheduled for discharge, another test was performed, which returned positive.[2] It is unclear if the virus was contracted aboard the ship or after disembarkation, but MSC Musica, which had been moored at the Port of Santos, was placed under quarantine as a preventative measure, with the standard 14 days of quarantine beginning on the day the crew member had disembarked.[2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "MSC Musica". MSC Cruises. Retrieved 14 August 2020.
  2. ^ a b c d Balbino, Fernanda (29 April 2020). "Tripulante do MSC Musica contrai coronavírus em Santos e navio entra em quarentena". A Tribuna (in Portuguese). Retrieved 14 August 2020.

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