MSC Unveils New Design Details of MSC Seashore
Today, MSC Cruises shared new updates on the design and features of the MSC Seashore. The vessel is slated to make its official debut in the Mediterranean this August and arrive in Miami in November. MSC Seashore is the sister ship to MSC Seaside and is promised to be one of the most innovative and game-changing vessels offered by the line.
At approximately 1,112 ft., MSC Seashore will become the longest ship in the MSC fleet as well as the largest ship ever to be built in Italy by Fincantieri, one of the world’s largest shipbuilding groups and leaders in cruise ship design and construction.
An Aft Infinity Pool will offer stunning ocean views - Photo by MSC Cruises
“As the world’s third-largest cruise brand, MSC Cruises continues to expand in the U.S., bringing its newest, most innovative ships to the market – as we’re doing with MSC Seashore, arriving to Miami exactly 9 months from today,” said Rubén Rodríguez, president of MSC Cruises USA. “This new ship is the first of its kind — an enhanced and enlarged version of the extremely popular MSC Seaside — and we couldn’t be more excited to introduce our U.S. guests to this new cruising experience.”
Highlights of MSC Seashore include:
- An expansive 139,930 sq. ft. outdoor space that will feature a wide choice of outdoor dining options, pools, and a deck area for relaxing and sunbathing
- Six swimming pools with enlarged poolside areas. A stunning new Infinity Pool will extend to the aft with a glass wall to offer uninterrupted views of the ocean. Two new infinity Whirlpools on the side of the outdoor promenade will offer 20 sea-facing seats featuring striking sea views.
- The largest and most luxurious MSC Yacht Club, spanning over four decks with two palatial new Owners Suites.
- 11 different types of staterooms and suites with balconies, including aft suites, 50 terraced suites with extended balconies offering up to 161 sq. ft. of private terrace, and 32 different suites with outdoor private whirlpools
- An array of outdoor bar and cafe options. MSC Seashore introduces a new location for the Chef’s Court which will allow for the restaurants to have an improved sea view. The signature steakhouse, Butcher's Cut, will for the first-time offer outdoor seating and al fresco dining.
MSC Seashore will spend its inaugural season in the Mediterranean calling on the Italian ports of Genoa, Naples, Messina as well as Valetta in Malta, Barcelona in Spain, and Marseille in France. The vessel will head to Miami this November to sail 7-night Eastern and Western Caribbean and Bahamas itineraries, including stops at Ocean Cay MSC Marine Reserve, MSC Cruises’ private island.
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