Photos from the MSC Lirica

Photos from the MSC Lirica

I have tons of photos to organize from my last month on the road, but I did pick out a few from the Lirica. Please click on the photos to enlarge them.

Stateroom 9111

The shower complete with the attacking curtain.
The shower on the MSC Lirica

The zombie “musicians”.
Notice the computer on the piano. That did most of the music making. Their looks of death scared the camera and made the photo come out blurry.I wasn’t sure what the zombies did during the night, so I surreptitiously took this photo and was obviously shaking in fear that I might get a late night visit from the walking dead. Well, really, they appear to be the sitting dead. We asked a server if they ever played and he went over and spoke with them. We later asked another person about them who said that there were many complaints about them, but they stayed because they were Italian.
Deadly Music on the Lirica

Welcome to Cayo
Welcome to Cayo Levantado
A map of Cayo Levantado
a map of cayo levantado

The Beach at Cayo Levantado
The Beach at Cayo Levantado

Look closely at the photo. I forgot to mention the high percentage of Speedos on this cruise.

Sail Away

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3 thoughts on “Photos from the MSC Lirica

  1. We just got home from this cruise in the caribbean.. First of all i dont see myself going on another MSC Cruiseliner again…. the directors introduction speeches took 10 minutes due to the 5 diff languages she haad to speak it in, the children we brought had nothing to drink after dinner due to the lack of available beverage machines (juices-teas), unless we wanted to give them soda from the overpriced mini bar frig. Whereas the other larger cruiseliners have juice machines available 24hrs a day. Not to mention food availability. It seemed like the performers, when they got off the ship going into the ports, expected preferential treatment from you when they should have treated you like a guest and not like a piece of dirt. The time on the islands were short, wished it would have been longer. In comparison to other cruiseliners there weren’t many things to do, Sure they had the one show a night and maybe another decent thing to do.. But other than that you were bored.. Or you could have spent time in one of the lounges where the computer played the music!!! AND i’ve never been on a cruise ship where the bedroom and bathroom was soo small!! For a balcony room also!!! Tried it, not too bad but wont do it again! Sorry MSC, going back to the other liners where we enjoy oursleves!!!

  2. I agree that some of the staff on the Lirica need a good attitude adjustment.
    Those pantomime musicians who hold instruments, but rather than play them, turn on the computer for music, amuse me to no end. It seems that nobody holds the staff accountable for good performance. Having said that, I will say that our room attendant and servers worked hard and more than earned their pay.
    Hope that you weren’t on Deck 4 where the rooms are much smaller than indicated on the deck plans or anywhere in the brochure.

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