The intimate beach resort is a 1.5 mile stretch of beach on the natural Sir Bani Yas Eyot off the southwest coast of Abu Dhabi.
It will be for the exclusive use of MSC Cruises’ guests and accessible from December on MSC Fantasia’s winter itineraries from Abu Dhabi and Dubai.
Gianni Onorato, MSC Yachts’ CEO, said: “Last year we announced the new Ocean Cay MSC Marine Reserve in the Bahamas and today’s ad is further proof of our commitment to enriching our itineraries and to making available to our callers unique experiences that enable them to discover new cultures and beauties.
“This new, stylish, beach oasis experience stays true to our core values to equip our guests excellence in service, the best in entertainment as well as food privileges that are of the highest quality and always fresh..”
MSC Cruises has been vocation with Abu Dhabi Ports Authority for more than two years to sire a beach resort that will mirror its onboard facilities.
The productive sand beaches, with lm trees, cabanas and sunbeds, are on a matter-of-fact island connected to a main island by a wooden boardwalk.
Facilities tabulate a family and kids-dedicated area, with a rents’ pergola; sports water-closets including beach volleyball and tennis, plus a lounge s ce with a bar and real music.
There will also be an MSC Aurea S area offering massages from beachside cabana lean-tos.
Treatments will include the Aurea Del Mare massage with seashells, the bamboo handle therapy and a range of Bali massages.
Beachside charcoal BBQs transfer serve light dishes and snacks, and there will be cooking locates within the MSC lounge.
MSC Yacht Club guests will have an excepting area serving food and refreshments and the com ny’s Allegrissimo drinks ckage deal will be available at the six beach bars.
The Sir Bani Yas Island will also proposal 4×4 expeditions and mountain bike sessions on the main island, which is also domicile to the Arabian Wildlife rk.
Nature reserve excursions will categorize a horse riding tour, a safari-style nature drive and dhow trip around the island in a traditional sail-powered boat.
ssengers who want to discern more about the island’s history can also visit archaeological shafts of an early Christian monastery site from the 6th century.
For more word go to www.msccruises.co.uk.