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10 things you’ll find on-board the MSC Seashore

In the last few years, cruise lovers have been graced with the MSC Seaside and MSC Seaview. Now it’s time for the MSC Seashore.

She’ll start her adventure in the Western Mediterranean on 13th June 2021, and her initial itinerary will take passengers to Genoa, Naples, Messina, Valletta, Barcelona, and Marseille. If you’re a member of the MSC Voyagers Club, you can book now while the general public can book on the 11th July. Both MSC Voyagers Club members and new-to-MSC guests will receive an additional 5% discount on the Early Booking fares until 11th September!

So what’s on-board and how does she differ from her sister ships? We’ve rounded up 10 things you’ll find on-board the MSC Seashore – including classic MSC favourites and new delights!

1. The world’s first digital cruise assistant

Meet Zoe, the world’s first digital cruise assistant. You can ask ZOE hundreds of questions about life on board and she will help you reserve restaurants and excursions, check your bill and more. She also speaks seven languages!

2. A new pool area

The aft pool area you’ve seen on other MSC ships has been redesigned to give space to a new double-deck show lounge right below the pool! You’ll find it on Deck 8.

3. A bigger inside pool

Not only is the Indoor Pool bigger, but there’s also an additional deck over and around the pool.

4. MSC Aurea Spa

The popular MSC Aurea Spa will also be on-board the MSC Seashore, where you will find a thermal area, beauty salon and nail boutique. 

5. MSC Yacht Club

MSC’s luxury “ship within a ship” concept is another passengers favourite that has made its way on-board the MSC Seashore. Passengers who book themselves a suite in the MSC Yacht Club can indulge in the luxury of a private club, while enjoying access to all the recreation and entertainment amenities elsewhere on the ship.

6. LEGO® and Chicco® kids’ areas

MSC Cruises and LEGO have teamed up to design colourful and stimulating new play areas – something you won’t find on any other cruise ship. Every day, kids from 3 to 11 years of age can play with a great selection of LEGO bricks and equipment in MSC’s Mini and Juniors Clubs.

MSC Cruises have also partnered with the Baby Research Centre, Osservatorio Chicco, to offer a cruise that is suitable for babies. On-board you’ll find specialised play areas, baby food menus, and rooms with cots.

7. A new restaurant for Aurea guests

A brand-new restaurant will be introduced for Aurea guests as well as an additional main restaurant. The speciality restaurants will also move to Deck 8 and this new location allows for sea-view seating along the waterfront boardwalk providing passengers with beautiful ocean views!

8. 20 speciality bars

Whether you’re looking for an old-school lounge (Lounge Bar), a bar with a view (Top Sail Lounge), or somewhere with live music (Haven Lounge) you’ll find it on-board MSC Seashore.

9. New cabin types for families and MSC Yacht Club passengers

MSC Seashore features new cabin designs such as cluster cabins for families and groups. And the MSC Yacht Club offers two more luxury suites with whirlpool baths and 28 more terraced cabins that come with their own private area for sunbathing.

10. Will bring your closer to the sea

Like her sister ships – MSC Seaside and MSC Seaview – MSC Seashore is designed to bring you closer to the ocean. She is also home to the popular wrap-around promenade on Deck 8 offering guests a myriad of choices for outside dining and soaking in the view!

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Morag Lee

Morag is the resident blog writer at Barrhead Travel. Can usually be found exploring a cruise ship or on a city break.