Gross Tonnage: 92,409
Length: 293.8 m
Width: 32.2 m
Height: 59.6 m
Cruising Speed: 22 knots
Ships Registry: Panama
Redefinition Cruise 2020 - Italian Mediterranean Gay Cruise
7 nights from/to Venice, Italy
August 22 29, 2020
MSC Cruises MSC Orchestra
Join us for seven days of fun & parties on Travel Gay third edition Italian gay & lesbian cruise on board of MSC Orchestra. Enjoy the most beautiful places in Eastern Mediterranean and 7 nights of fun in company of of the most Famous Stars, Drag Queens, DJ's, and Gay Performers. For the third time you can enjoy the main & fanciest Italian gay clubs in one place. Redefinition Cruise has partnered with the most important gay DJs and performers from all over Italy. Gay Village Rome, Drag Factor Rome, COX, Mamamia Tuscany, Disegual La Notte Genova, JOIN the Gap Milan, Red Bologna, Padua Pride Village, Queever Turin, G -break event, and others will join us on cruise, and entertain you! And of course hot Italian gay guys... so are you still thinking about?
Redefinition Cruise is an exclusive gay cruise group departing on August 22, 2020 from Venice, Italy to enjoy the itinerary Venice - Bari - Katakolon - Mykonos - Athens - Sarande - Dubrovnik - Venice, with a lots of fun. Once docked you can decide visit each city or just stay on board and relax with friends.
Join us for the 3rd edition of Redefinition Cruise, with a completely new itinerary and a hot travel dates! The most beautiful beaches and cities of the Eastern Mediterranean await you for 7 nights of pure fun with our EXTRAVAGANT STAFF! We will leave from the marvelous setting of Venice to the most “fun Mediterranean ports” and obviously could not miss a full day in Mykonos! On board exclusive private parties only for Redefinition customers....
Redefinition Cruise Ship - MSC Orchestra
The ship chosen to celebrate Redefinition Cruise is MSC Orchestra - a ship that blends comfort, safety, unique design, and luscious decor to create the ultimate cruise ship.
The hallmark Italian service that you will receive on this ship will please you for the entire trip; the staff is very adept at creating unforgettable moments for you and yours. Between the vast array of entertainment available, the spa, sports areas and gymnasium, and fine dining, you will never want to leave this luxurious cruise.
Activities on MSC Orchestra
MSC Orchestra has a large variety of activities. Spend some time outdoors on the decks, and enjoy shuffleboard, Deck Quoits, mini golf, tennis, and more. The fitness center has a gymnasium and a jogging track, and offers yoga and aerobics classes. There is a video game room, a beauty salon, a spa, two saunas, two Turkish baths, an internet cafe, a cinema, a library, an art gallery, a photo gallery, and even duty free shops. Everyone will find something to do, so get ready for an amazing trip!
Dining / Food on MSC Orchestra
MSC Orchestra features five different options for fine dining. The Shanghai Restaurant has a delicious menu full of Chinese cuisine, while the 4 Seasons has an a la carte menu if you are in the mood for a casual meal. There is the L'Ibiscus, the Villa Borghese, and La Piazzetta Cafeteria - so you can decide where you would like to enjoy each meal.
Entertainment on MSC Orchestra
MSC Orchestra is full of bars, lounges, and theaters for you to enjoy all evening. The Covent Garden Theatre is a great spot to catch a live show, while the Savannah Bar features a dance floor so you can groove to your favorite music. There is also the R32 Disco, a discotheque with a bar, as well as the Palm Beach Casino - if you are feeling daring, try your luck at one of the casino games. The ship also has eight other bars and lounges - a cigar bar, a wine bar, and the Shaker Lounge, which has live music and a dance floor too. There is something for everyone on this amazing ship.
Redefinition Cruise Package Includes
• Accommodation on MSC Orchestra in cabin of your choice
• Special Redefinition cruise entertainment, shows, Pool party, Disco nights
• Full board and buffets and snacks throughout all day
• Required Redefinition cruise bracelet to access parties & shows (250 Euro value!)
• Port taxes (90 Euro value!)
• Medical insurance (10 Euro value!)
• Redefinition cruise staff assistance
Fantastica Experience Include also:
• 24 hrs Room Service
• Breakfast in stateroom
• 50% discount on fitness and personal trainer classes
• A photo gift for each guest, taken during the Mediterranean evening in the main restaurants
All Inclusive Easy Drinks Package Include:
• Selected Drinks Priced Up to €6!
• House wines by the glass
• One brand of draft beer (Heineken, or similar)
• Selected spirits and cocktails, non-alcoholic cocktails
• Soft drinks, fruit juices by the glass, bottled water
• Classic hot drinks (espresso, cappuccino, cafe latte, hot tea, hot chocolate
This package is available in all onboard bars, as well as the self-service buffet and restaurants, excluding specialty restaurants. This package is available for guests 21 and older.
All Inclusive Premium Drinks Package Include:
• All Drinks Priced Up to €10!
• Cocktails, spirits, liqueurs
• Aperitifs, wines by the glass
• Draft and bottled beers
• Sodas, fruit juices, bottled water, energy drinks
• Classic and premium coffee drinks, hot chocolate drinks, and organic tea.
This package is available in all onboard bars, as well as the self-service buffet and restaurants, including Specialty Restaurants. This package is available for guests 21 and older.
Redefinition Mediterranean Cruise 2020 Itinerary
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Day 1, Day 8 - Venice, Italy
Enjoy your cruise holiday in Venice walking in Piazza San Marco: the only piazza in Venice, all other squares being campi or campielli. Its parades, festivities and markets have always drawn visitors, the biggest attraction once being the trade fair known as the Fiera della Sensa, which kept the Piazza buzzing for the fortnight following the Ascension Day ceremony of the Marriage of Venice to the Sea; nowadays the Piazza is the focal point of the Carnevale shenanigans.
The coffee shops of the Piazza were a vital component of eighteenth-century high society, and the two survivors from that period – Florian and Quadri – are still the most expensive in town. The glass-blowing industry is what made Murano famous all over Europe, and today its furnaces constitute Venice’s sole surviving manufacturing zone.
Day 2 - Bari, Italy
It’s worth doing an excursion just to wander around the old city of Bari, an entrancing jumble of streets that are possibly the most mind-bending place to walk around on your Mediterranean cruise to southern Italy.
Situated at the far end of Corso Cavour, its labyrinth of seemingly endless passages, weaving through courtyards and under arches, were originally designed to spare the inhabitants from the wind and throw invaders into a state of confusion. Here, life is lived very much outdoors, and on summer evenings it’s full of people sitting outside their kitchen doors.
Day 3 - Katakolon, Greece
A holiday to Greece during Redefinition cruise of the Mediterranean means history and myth. Katakolon is a tiny seaside town in Greece in the bay of Agios Andreas, only 20 km away from the ancient site of Olympia.
The historic associations and resonance of Olympia, which for over a millennium hosted the most important Panhellenic games, are rivalled only by Delphi or Mycenae. MSC cruises offer comprehensive excursions to Olympia. It is one of the largest ancient sites in Greece, spread beside the twin rivers of Alfiós and Kládhios, and overlooked by the Hill of Krónos.
Day 4 - Mykonos, Greece
Gay friendly Mýkonos is the quintessential image of the Cyclades. In summer most people head out to the beaches during the day, so early morning or late afternoon are the best times to wander the maze of narrow streets.
The labyrinthine design was supposed to confuse the pirates who plagued Mýkonos in the eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries, and it has the same effect on today’s visitors. When you alight from your cruise, getting lost in its convoluted streets and alleys is half the fun of the place.
Day 5 - Athens, Greece
Piraeus is the port of call for you during cruise to the Greece. It has been the port of Athens since Classical times, when the so-called Long Walls, scattered remnants of which can still be seen, were built to connect it to the city.
The rock of the Acropolis, crowned by the dramatic ruins of the Parthenon, dominates almost every view of Athens. Surrounded by pedestrianized streets, it can be appreciated from almost every angle. Entering via the monumental double gatehouse, the Propylaia, you’ll see the elegant, tiny Temple of Athena Nike on a precipitous platform to the right, overlooking Pireás and the Saronic Gulf.
Day 6 - Sarande, Albania
Thanks to one of the most beautiful natural environments of the entire Albanian coast, with its beaches of small natural stones and a wonderful blue sea, Sarande – near the border with Greece, from its seaside you can see Corfù – has become one of the most appreciated tourist destinations in the Ionian Sea.
This coastal city is one of the most modern in the entire region, and offers its visitors, in addition to the sea, many historical and environmental beauties to be admired.
Day 7 - Dubrovnik, Croatia
A walled, sea-battered city lying at the foot of a grizzled mountain, Dubrovnik is Croatia’s most popular cruise destination, and it’s not difficult to see why. Waiting to be valued on cruise excursion its essentially medieval town was reshaped by Baroque planners after a disastrous earthquake of 1667; Dubrovnik’s historic core seems to have been suspended in time ever since.
Walk through the city and admire the Cathedral of the Assumption of Mary, inside there are a couple of Italian paintings, including Titian’s polyptych The Assumption behind the main altar. Immediately south of Luža – the square centre of the medieval town – is the Rector’s Palace, former seat of the Ragusan government.