MSC Seashore Details Announced, Including Green Tech

By The Cruise Web, Inc.

Slated for a summer 2021 debut, MSC Cruises officially laid the keel for their largest ship to date, MSC Seashore. Notably, this ship will feature components dedicated to protecting the environment in which she sails. A high-end catalytic reduction system will help reduce the carbon footprint of the ship, while an advanced water treatment system maximizes the amount of water able to be reused on the ship! With each new announcement about MSC Seashore’s design and features, it becomes ever more apparent MSC Cruises is dedicated to both environmental protection and truly unforgettable passenger experiences.

MSC Seashore rendering

While some of her design is borrowed from her sister ship (MSC Seaside), MSC Seashore is still a very unique ships with features all her own. An additional 200 staterooms will be present, many of them featuring unique “cluster cabins,” allowing up to three cabins to be adjoined to one another for family accommodations. And if you’re bringing the whole family, you might want to check out MSC Seashore’s newly designed pool and larger-than-ever onboard waterpark! In addition to these fun changes, MSC Seashore will feature two all new dining options (details to come!) and a redesigned layout for the line’s already popular venues, some with views for guests dining outdoors.

For more information on the upcoming MSC Seashore and MSC Cruises, call The Cruise Web today at 1-800-377-9383 and be sure to check our blog for the latest updates on MSC Seashore.

 

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