MSC Seashore, the ship of dreams will sail in six months

Announced in 2019, the MSC Seashore will respect delivery times and will enter service in mid-2021. The closer the time for its debut gets closer, the more details are revealed about what will be one of the most innovative ships in the world.

It will be the first ship of the Seaside EVO class and will feature new solutions, new spaces and new experiences to live on board. Recognizable by its distinctive design, the Seashore has been designed to allow passengers to enjoy a cruise experience primarily in the open air.

Sara bigger than the other ships (339 meters long), the longest ship in the fleet and the largest ever built in Italy by Fincantieri. It will have many innovative areas on board, including 13,000 square meters of open space, including an outdoor promenade overlooking the sea 540 meters long. A new stern design made it possible to introduce a new lounge, the Cabaret Rouge, which extends over two decks with a breathtaking view of the sea.

The unique design of the MSC Seashore

There will be six pools, including an incredible one magrodome tub which will occupy two decks and an infinity pool at the stern with a glass side wall to enjoy an uninterrupted view of the ocean and connect directly with the sea.

Another pool on deck 18, the Long Island Pool, will have an island with a 360 degree water fountain in the center and a lounge area within the pool itself which will be connected to a large water park via a “pirate” themed bay.

Deck 8, with the Chef’s Court, will then be dedicated to catering with many thematic bars and restaurants.

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The Sky Bar on board the MSC Seashore

One of the main unique features of this ship is the spectacular Bridge of Sighs with the glass floor located aft 22 meters above the Infinity Pool on deck 8, with panoramic lifts aft and striking glass-floored gangways on both sides of the ship.

Passengers can choose from eleven different types of cabins and suites with balconies including aft suites, 50 suites with private terraces of 15 square meters and 32 suites with balconies equipped with private outdoor whirlpools.

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The Infinity Pool area on deck 8

There will also be a more exclusive area, the Yacht Club, an area that will occupy four decks and which will be dedicated to the most demanding guests. Here the luxury will be unbridled: there will be two new ones areuose Owner’s Suite almost center square meter with a private outdoor living room and a glass wall, a spectacular Swarovski staircase and a 46 square meter backlit onyx wall, as well as a private pool and a gourmet restaurant.

But the news is not just about the design and the guest experience. Additional cutting-edge technologies will be introduced. The MSC Seashore will, in fact, be the first cruise ship in the world to have a new air sanitization system developed by Fincantieri, called ‘Safe Air’, which uses UV-C lamp technology for eliminate 99% of virus and bacteria and ensure clean and safe air for guests and crew.

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The bow of the MSC Seashore

The ship will be ever greener and attentive to the environment. It will be equipped with the latest generation environmental technologies with improvements in energy efficiency, the latest systems to reduce atmospheric emissions and an advanced system for the water treatment system with purification standards higher than most water treatment plants waste to the ground.

The MSC Seashore will enter service in August and will spend the entire inaugural season in the Mediterranean Sea calling at the ports of Genoa, Naples and Messina, but also in Malta, Barcelona and Marseille. At the end of the summer season, it will head to the United States and from Miami, starting in November, it will be used for seven-night itineraries in the eastern and western Caribbean and the Bahamas, with a stop on the private island of MSC. Ocean Cay MSC Marine Reserve, all of the Bahamas.

Ocean Cay

Ocean Cay, MSC’s private island in the Bahamas

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