On MSC Seashore there as an extra dining room to her sister ships, and an additional restaurant for Aurea guests to enjoy.
The announcement of MSC Seashore - which will be gracing seas in June 2021 - is exciting not only for MSC Cruises but the entire cruise industry in terms of what this will give the average cruiser.
In years gone by, MSC Cruises’ luxury cruise ships were filled with couples and families from the line’s native Italy, but the rise of their Seaside Class, with MSC Seaside and MSC Seaview, as well as another Seaside EVO class ship scheduled for 2022, it's clear there is a conscious shift to move out into the more international cruise market. MSC Seashore also marks the evolution of an already revolutionary cruise ship class. This Seaside Class sees the ships growing massively in size, and seeks to cater to a more international audience, in particular, North American cruisers, with features such as:
As well as making changes to cater to a more eclectic audience, MSC Cruises have introduced some excellent aspects to help decrease their environmental impact with this ship. These include an advanced wastewater treatment system, energy-saving LED lighting, smart heating which reuses heat from machinery spaces, and an exhaust gas cleaning system.
Other additions to the ship include more choice when it comes to accommodation. Families and groups can take advantage of the 'cluster cabins', while those looking for a little luxury can book one of the decadent suites, which even come with a personal whirlpool bath. There are also more terraced cabins, which offer a private sunbathing area. Plus, guests who are booking MSC Yacht Club accommodation can enjoy even more added extras such as;
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