Geneva-based MSC Cruises have announced that they will stretch the MSC Magnifica by 75 feet.MSC Cruises logoStretching, is the process whereby a ship is cut into two pieces and a mid-section is inserted in between them. They then weld it all back up, and she sails out of the yard.Costing $140 million, the project will add an additional 215 cabins, with 92 of them having balconies. There will also be two new restaurants, an enhanced shopping area, and a water par above deck. She’ll also receive some additional machinery below deck.The Magnifica was built in 2010 and is the last ship, and slightly larger at 95,128gt, in the Musica-class. These are smaller than the Fantasia class but larger than the Lirica-class.