Later this year, MSC Cruises’ new cruise ship, MSC Seashore will begin offering cruises from Miami. MSC Seashore is promising to be one of the hottest new cruise ships of the year with 65% of public spaces completely reimagined.
The cruise ship will have six pools including an infinity pool extending all the way to the edge of the back of the ship. The vessel will also have two new infinity whirlpools and a 1,772 foot long waterfront promenade that will wrap around the ship.
The infinity whirlpools will have 20 sea-facing seats so guests can treat themselves to the ultimate relaxation spot while enjoying striking sea views.
On Deck 18, the main pool — Long Island Pool — offers two different depths so that guests can choose to swim or simply stand and hang-out in the water. The newly designed area also includes a 360-degree water fountain island in the center as well as a new lounge space within the pool.
In order to enhance this part of the ship further, the Long Island Pool is now connected with the aquapark with a Pirate Cove theme to create an extensive water area. The kids’ clubs are also located on deck 18, making this the go-to deck for the whole family.
While the cruise ship is designed for warmer weather, the Jungle Pool features a larger magrodome that can be closed to create an indoor pool area when needed. This popular area has been enlarged and now includes an additional deck over and around the space, providing new areas for guests to sit and relax.
As part of the vision to enable guests to enjoy the outdoors and bring them closer to the sea, MSC Seashore offers a wide array of outdoor bar and cafe areas, with some new brand-new areas.
MSC Seashore introduces a new location for the Chef’s Court that houses the five specialty restaurants, which will be moved to Deck 8. This new positioning of the specialty restaurants allows for the restaurants to have an improved sea view and MSC Cruises’ signature steakhouse, Butcher’s Cut, will offer for the first-time outdoor seating and al fresco dining on the iconic waterfront promenade.
MSC Seashore’s expansive buffet now includes a new outdoor aft dining area as well as bar — the Sky Bar — which enables guests to enjoy their food outdoors or in the evening relax and unwind at the top of the ship taking in the sea air.
Aurea guests can enjoy the exclusive Top 19 Solarium with its chic outdoor lounge area and bar.
Located on the coveted foredecks on the ships, spanning four decks and providing sweeping sea views, the MSC Yacht Club on MSC Seashore will become the largest and most luxurious in MSC Cruises’ fleet, with almost 3,000 sqm (≈32,292 sq. ft.) of space.
Guests looking for a premium, all-inclusive cruise experience with private amenities and 24-hour butler service — while still enjoying the recreation and entertainment that the rest of the ship offers — can choose to sail in the MSC Yacht Club, MSC Cruises’ exclusive ship-within-a-ship concept.
After entering service in August 2021 and spending an inaugural season in the Mediterranean calling at the Italian ports of Genoa, Naples, Messina as well as Valetta in Malta, Barcelona in Spain and Marseille in France, MSC Seashore will head to the U.S. where she will home port in the Cruise Capital of the World, PortMiami.
Starting November 2021, MSC Seashore will sail 7-night Eastern and Western Caribbean and Bahamas itineraries, including stops at Ocean Cay MSC Marine Reserve, MSC Cruises new private island in The Bahamas.