More good news from MSC Cruises this week as they have successfully floated out the MSC Seashore. This means the ship has left it’s dry dock and will be headed to a wet dock to finish construction, mostly fitting out the interior spaces.

The MSC Seashore is going to hold 4540 passengers and around 1400 crew members. It’s the longest in MSC’s fleet at 1,112 feet and also the biggest cruise ship ever built in Italy. It’s the next evolution of the MSC Seaside and MSC Seaview.

MSC Seashore Leaving Dry Dock
She will have a wide range of accommodations, featuring more suites than her sister ships. There will be 28 terraced suites, two of them with private whirlpools. The MSC Yacht Club will have 2 new stateroom categories that offer 41 Deluxe Grand Suites and two Owners Suites that will also have whirlpools.

The MSC Seashore will also be great for families and groups, having modular staterooms that you can connect to accommodate six to ten people, also including 75 total accessible staterooms that are larger and more spacious.

MSC Seashore Float Out
She will also offer two brand new restaurants and five specialty restaurants with waterfront seating along the ship’s boardwalk so guests can dine al fresco. Also included will be a two-deck aft lounge, bigger casino and 20 different bars, lounges and cafes. The ship features a new aft pool design, larger indoor pool and an interactive waterpark for guests of all ages. The kids clubs will be in separate areas of the shop so younger and older children will have their own areas.

The MSC Seashore will have her inaugural season in the Western Mediterranean along with other Seaside class ships, starting in the summer of 2021, offering cruises out of Genoa and stopping in Naples, Valletta, Barcelona and Marseille. After that, she will head to Miamin in November of 2021 and offer 7-night Caribbean itineraries including stops at MSC’s private island, Ocean Cay MSC Marine Reserve.