Following her summer season in the western Mediterranean, MSC Seashore will complete an 18-night transatlantic Grand Voyage cruise to Miami, where she will become MSC Cruises’ newest ship to cruise from the U.S.
Once arrived at PortMiami, MSC Seashore will offer seven-night cruises to The Bahamas and Caribbean with two different itineraries. The first, in the West Caribbean, calls Ocho Rios in Jamaica, George Town in the Cayman Islands, Cozumel in Mexico. The second, in the East Caribbean calls San Juan in Puerto Rico, Charlotte Amalie on the island of St Thomas, Puerto Plata in the Dominican Republic.
MSC Seashore will have more outdoor space than any other MSC ship sailing from a U.S. port. The cruise ship has six swimming pools including a stunning aft infinity pool and infinity hot tubs with incredible ocean views.
There are 2,270 cabins on the ship, 11 dining venues, 19 bars and lounges, a new conveyor belt at Kaito Sushi, and al fresco dining at Butcher’s Cut steakhouse.
MSC Seashore as the largest and most luxurios Yacht Club in the cruise line’s flee at 32,291 sq. ft.
MSC Seashore will begin offering cruises from Miami on November 20, 2021.