MSC reveals details of the new MSC Seashore!
Just six months before the launch of the MSC Seashore in August in the Mediterranean and nine months before arriving in the US in Miami, MSC Cruises has unveiled a number of new details about the new Seaside EVO class vessel.
Pierfrancesco Vago, Executive Chairman of MSC Cruises, commented: “MSC Cruises continues to innovate and push the boundaries of design with every new vessel launched. MSC Seashore represents the evolution of the Seaside class with significant improvements in infrastructure and other features. To create something truly unique and new for our guests, 65% of public spaces have been modernized. The redesigned aft has allowed us to create an all-new Cabaret Rouge Lounge, spanning two decks with panoramic sea views and offering new entertainment. Each of the pools has been upgraded, including the impressive magrodome (sliding glass roof) pool and the incredible Infinity pool aft. "
>>> Description of the liner MSC Seashore
The 339 meter long vessel will be the longest ship in the fleet and the largest vessel ever built at the Fincantieri shipyard in Italy.
Notable design features include the Glass Floored Bridge of Sighs, located at a unique viewpoint on Deck 16, 22 meters above the Infinity Pool on Deck 8. All six MSC Seashore pools have also been redesigned, offering both fun and exciting entertainment for younger guests and a stylish, serene getaway for those looking to unwind on board. The aft pool has also been redesigned to extend to the very end of the aft and has a glass wall that offers panoramic sea views.
>>> Cruises on the MSC Seashore
In addition, the ship will present a new location on Deck 8, which will house five specialized restaurants - Chef's Court. This new layout of themed restaurants will provide improved sea views. Thus, now the signature steakhouse Butcher's Cut will be able to offer outdoor tables for the first time.
The MSC Seashore Yacht Club, spanning four bow decks and offering stunning sea views, will be the largest and most luxurious in the MSC Cruises fleet.
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