In six months, MSC Seashore, the all-new Italian flagship from MSC Cruises, will be in service. With an attractive design, designed to bring guests as close as possible to the sea, the MSC Seashore is the first Seaside EVO ship and features new solutions, new spaces and new living experiences aboard. The Seaside class – recognizable by its distinctive design – is designed to allow guests to enjoy an essentially outdoor cruise experience, and MSC Seashore has followed and reinforced this philosophy.
“Every new ship we build represents a new incentive for us to continue innovating and pushing design boundaries even higher – said Pierre Francesco Fago, CEO of MSC Cruises – MSC Seashore represents an evolution of the Seaside class, thanks to more dimensions and areas enriched. 65% of the public areas have been reinvented with the aim of Creating something truly unique for our guests, the new strict design has allowed us to introduce a new lounge, Cabaret Rouge, which spans two floors with stunning sea views and offers new leisure experiences.The themed dining experience has been completely revamped with Chef’s Court on the 8th floor, which will be A hotspot for bars and restaurants. Pool areas have also been implemented, thanks to the stunning Magrodome pool on two decks and the stunning infinity pool at the stern. Innovations are not just about the design and guest experience, but also the introduction of more cutting-edge technologies – the continuation of Vago – MSC Seashore will be the first ship Tourist in the world has a new sanitation system. Aria developed by Fincantieri. “Safe Air” uses UV lamp technology that kills 99% of viruses and bacteria to ensure Clean and safe air for guests and staff. Moreover, as part of our ongoing commitment to the environment and our path towards eliminating carbon dioxide emissions, MSC Seashore will also be equipped with the latest environmental technology with improvements in energy efficiency, state-of-the-art systems to reduce atmospheric and water emissions, an advanced treatment system with higher purification standards than most water treatment plants Ground sanitation. “
MSC Seashore introduces a series of design innovations designed to bring guests closer to the sea. With 339 meters, the company’s new flagship ship will become the longest ship in the fleet and the largest ship ever built in Italy by Fincantieri, one of the world’s largest shipbuilding groups and a leader in the design and construction of cruise ships. Among the ship’s main distinguishing features are the stunning glass-floored Bridge of Sighs located 22 meters from the infinity-edge swimming pool on Deck 8, the panoramic aft lifts and gorgeous glass-floored walkways on either side of the ship.
The MSC Seashore outdoor experience has been taken to a whole new level thanks to the applications and six new swimming pools on board that provide excitement and adventure, but also poolside relaxation according to the wishes of the guests.
To allow guests to enjoy the outdoors and always stay close to the sea, the ship offers a wide range of outdoor bar and café areas, with some new ones.
Located on the ship’s most prestigious 4 arches decks, MSC Seashore’s MSC Yacht Club is the largest and most distinctive of the MSC Cruises fleet, with nearly 3,000 square meters of space and stunning sea views.
Guests looking for a premium, all-inclusive cruise experience with dedicated services and a 24-hour personal butler – while still enjoying the many recreational activities that the rest of the ship has to offer – can opt for MSC Yacht Club, MSC Cruises’ exclusive ship in the ship’s concept. The MSC Yacht Club Suites has also been implemented, and there are now 131 glamorous suites in five categories, including traditional in-house suites, deluxe and royal suites, as well as 41 new grand deluxe suites with extra space and wardrobe, and two brands new owner suites. The owner’s prestigious suites are the finest and largest on board, measuring 98 sq.m. and featuring a large private balcony with a jacuzzi, outdoor living area, and glass wall for panoramic sea views.
MSC Seashore will enter service in August this year and will spend the entire opening season in the Mediterranean in the Italian ports of Genoa, Naples and Messina, as well as Valletta in Malta, Barcelona in Spain and Marseille in France. At the end of the summer season, the flagship ship will head to the United States, with domestic ports in Miami, and as of November it will deploy for 7 nights in the Eastern and Western Caribbean and Bahamas, including a stopover at MSC Marine Reserve, a new private island for MSC Cruises. In the Bahamas.