The MSC Seaview is a expensive ferry. Looking at the pro's - we found the food to be great and the variety was excellent at main dinner and buffets. The ship itself is also great with lots for families to do, but not too many quiet areas for those looking to chill. The shows were also the best I have seen to date. Our biggest cons were 1. Staff - ship appears to be understaffed resulting in a zombie like staff at all levels, of all the officers we passed not one looked up to greet. 2. Passengers - now this is a snap shot of what we had but rude is an understatement, would regularly walk into you without even a acknowledging you, at one point people overloaded a lift we were in to the point some little kid had to almost sit on our babies pram. 3. Language barrier - even though all announcements are in English first we found most of the staff had terrible English. I know many have mentioned the announcements but it really is tiring hearing in 7 different languages and the speakers need tuning down a bit. Lastly, the holiday is cheap because everything costs... wont be provide water on the table in the main dining room without it being a chargeable bottle...
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