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But still inVery Good to Excellent Shipping Company is a Geneva-based firm and one of the world's biggest players
in international shipping currently ranking the second largest container company.
Its subsidiary MSC Cruises was formed in 1987 (Originally established under the name Flotta Lauro) and is based in Naples.
Created when Gianlucci Aponte, owner of MSC, acquired Starlauro (renamed Mediterranean Shipping Company (MSC) in 1995),
a one-ship cruise line whose fleet consisted of the Achille Lauro (which had been hijacked by Palestinian terrorists in 1986).
This first ship continued its troubled history even while under the MSC flag -- in 1996, the Achille Lauro,
while sailing a passenger cruise, caught fire off the coast of Africa and ultimately sank. All passengers were safely rescued.
Other ships in MSC's early fleet include Melody (1997) and Rhapsody (2001-2009).
The turn of the millennium saw MSC, for the first time commissioning its own series of new-builds.
MSC Lirica, a 59,058-ton, 1,445-passenger vessel, was the first to emerge in April 2003;
MSC Opera, just slightly larger and carrying 1,756 passengers, debuted in June 2004.
Both were christened by Italian actress Sophia Loren.
Since then, the fleet was bolstered by the acquisition of several vessels from the now defunct First European/Festival.
Now named MSC Armonia (2004), MSC Sinfonia (2005),
both ships measure 58,625 tons and carry 1,566 passengers.
The introduction of a new class of larger ships the Musica Class - MSC Musica (2006),
MSCOrchestra (2007), MSC Poesia (2008), and MSC Magnifica (2010), each weighing 90,000 grt and carrying 3,000 guests.
MSC's biggest builds to date are the post-Panamax sized, 138,000 gross ton,
3,300-passenger MSC Fantasia (2008), MSC Splendida (2009) and MSC Divina
which was constructed from 2010–2012, and was originally called the MSC Fantastica
until the company renamed her to honor actress Sophia Loren.
Their newest vessel MSC Preziosa had its debut in 2013.
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