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MSC Seashore is a Seaside EVO-class cruise ship built for MSC Cruises at the Fincantieri shipyard in MonfalconeItaly. As of August 2021, she became the lead ship of MSC’s Seaside EVO class, a sub-class of the Seaside class of ships built with larger dimensions. She will be joined by a sister ship named MSC Seascape scheduled for delivery in November 2022.

MSC Seashore is an evolution of her Seaside-class sister ships, MSC Seaside and MSC Seaview. The ship features 65 percent of her public spaces completely reimagined to enrich the onboard experience and has been extended and enhanced with new entertainment venues, bars and restaurants, and outdoor areas as well as more staterooms and public space.

MSC Seashore’s stunning exterior has been designed specifically for warmer climates, with more outdoor space to bring guests closer to the sea than ever before. Her signature aft style mirrors the iconic beach condo design that the Seaside class is known for.

The first of two enriched Seaside EVO-class ships, MSC Seashore is equipped with the latest advanced environmental technology to increase energy efficiency. In addition, the innovative MSC for Me technology provides an enhanced onboard experience by using digital technology to connect guests, crew, and venues via interactive touchscreens around the ship, interactive stateroom TVs, and the MSC for Me app.

MSC Seashore now sailing from Miami to The Bahamas & Caribbean, including full-day calls to Ocean Cay MSC Marine Reserve, our award-winning exclusive private island.

Each of the MSC Seashore cruise ship deck plans is conveniently combined with a legend (showing cabin codes) and a detailed review of all the deck’s venues and passenger-accessible indoor and outdoor areas. A separate link provides a piece of extensive information on MSC Seashore staterooms (cabins and suites), including photos, cabin plans, and amenities by room type and category.

The MSC Seashore cruise ship deck plan shows 2270 staterooms for 4560 passengers (max capacity is 5877) served by 1648 crew-staff (818 crew cabins). The boat has 19 decks (12 passenger-accessible, 11 with cabins), 11 dining venues, 19 bars and lounges, 6 swimming pools, and features a 2-deck “Cabaret Rouge” (aft-located), Magrodome (sliding glass roof covering one of the swimming pools), an expanded Infinity Pool (with half-submerged concrete loungers/extends directly to the stern), 2x Infinity Whirlpools (portside and starboard Jacuzzis, with 10 seats each), main swimming pool (with both swimming and standing water depths and connected to the Pirate Cove Aquapark), 3x catwalks (glass-floored viewing platforms), Waterfront Promenade (length 540 m / 1770 ft).

MSC Seashore decks are named after iconic lighthouses around the globe, including:

  • Farol da Barra Lighthouse (Salvador de Bahia, Brazil)
  • Tower/Torre de Hercules Lighthouse (La Coruna Spain) – world’s oldest
  • Green Point Lighthouse (Cape Town, South Africa)
  • Nugget Point Lighthouse (Otago coast, South Island, New Zealand)
  • Ocean Cay Lighthouse (MSC’s private island Ocean Cay, Bahamas)
  • Peggys Point Lighthouse (Peggy’s Cove, NS Canada)
  • Chania Lighthouse (Crete Island, Greece)
  • Santa Marta Lighthouse (Cascais, Portugal)
  • Start Point Lighthouse (Devon England)
  • Rotes Kliff Lighthouse (Sylt Island, Germany)
  • San Juan del Salvamento Lighthouse (Isla de los Estados, Tierra del Fuego Argentina)
  • Cape Byron Lighthouse (NSW Australia)
  • Boston Light Lighthouse (Little Brewster Island, Boston Harbor, Massachusetts USA)
  • Bell Rock Lighthouse (Angus Scotland)
  • Lanterna di Genova Lighthouse (Genoa Italy)

Seashore’s “MSC Yacht Club” is currently the fleet’s largest (total area 32000 ft2 / 2973 m2). The all-inclusive Suite complex (ship-within-a-ship concept) accommodates the highest paying passengers (YC cabin categories only). It spreads over 4 decks and features a 3-deck high Onyx Wall (back-lit), Swarovski crystal-covered staircases, Top Sail Lounge (bar lounge with live music, gourmet canapes, complimentary beverages), exclusive restaurant (breakfast-lunch-dinner, premium wine list, daily-changed a la carte menu), poolside bar and grill. The private sundeck and pool area were expanded to 21000+ ft2 (1950 m2), with a bigger swimming pool and a panoramic Jacuzzi (8-seats, with individual controlled jets). The complex houses 131x Suites plus 2x Owners Suites (new category cabins sized 1054 ft2 / 98 m2) with larger terraces (outdoor hot tub, glass wall, dining and sundeck areas).

Seashore ship’s outdoor deck space is also the fleet’s largest (~13000 m2 / 140000 ft2) and includes the 540-m (1772-ft) long Promenade lined up with outdoor bars and dining venues.


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Name MSC Seashore
Owner MSC Cruises
Operator MSC Cruises
Port of registry Valletta Malta
Ordered 29 November 2017
Cost €900 million[1]
Laid down 19 September 2019
Launched 20 August 2020
Acquired 26 July 2021
In service August 2021 (scheduled)
General characteristics
Class and type Seaside EVO-class cruise ship
Tonnage 170,412 GT[2]
Length 339 metres (1,112 ft)
Beam 41 metres (135 ft)
Height 74 metres (243 ft)
Speed 21.8 knots (40.4 km/h; 25.1 mph)[3]
  • 4,540 passengers (double occupancy)
  • 5,877 passengers (total)

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