The first ship in the newly christened Seaside EVO Class, sailing from 2021, MSC Seashore is even bigger than her two sister ships, MSC Seaview and MSC Seaside, with 5,632 passengers and measuring 339m metres long. With the world's attention increasingly being turned to environmental factors, the design of MSC Seashore incorporates a range of excellent technologies that help make the ship more energy efficient. While onboard guests will be able to enjoy many of MSC's best loved features, as well as innovative additions that will make your holiday even more memorable. From cluster cabins to make travelling in a group even easier to delectable dining which showcases some of the world's best cuisine, choose MSC Seashore for a cruise holiday that will blow you away.
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Like her sister ships, MSC Seashore offers ample choice when it comes to dining. Whether you prefer an intimate evening with your loved one in a speciality restaurant, or a more casual, social affair in an al fresco situ, you'll find a venue to suit.
Amongst the ten eateries, guests will find 3 main restaurants, an Aurea eatery for Aurea guests and a Yacht Club restaurant. There are also five themed restaurants, including a Steakhouse and Sushi Bar, so you’ll be able to taste delicious cuisine from around the world.
With 20 bars and lounges to choose from, guests are spoilt for choice when it comes to their entertainment options. From subtle live music to more extravagant productions in the hi-tech, theatre, there’s no time for being bored onboard MSC Seashore.
As MSC intends to create a cruising experience suitable for all the family, there are plenty of spaces onboard to keep everyone occupied.
For a luxurious Balinese spa experience, look no further than the MSC Aurea Spa on MSC Seashore. Boasting a thermal suite, beauty salon and nail bar, this is the place to go for ultimate levels of holiday relaxation.
Alternatively, if you’d like to make a little more room for that extra dessert at dinner, why not check out the onboard gym? Well equipped with everything you could need, burn off some calories before indulging once more in the delicious onboard cuisine.
One of MSC Seashore's most exciting activity choices is the innovative, interactive waterpark. Splash around and have fun with the family, making memories to last a lifetime. As well as this, guests have a number of swimming pools to choose from, including an indoor pool on deck 18 which has another deck over and around the pool, creating a more inviting and open space.
The dress code onboard MSC Seashore is relaxed. Guests can wear comfortable clothing throughout the ship, as long as you cover up at dining venues - no swimwear please! There are regular Gala evenings held onboard which guests are invited to attend. If you wish to partake in these the dress code is slightly more formal: think cocktail dresses, ball gowns, pantsuits and tuxedos.
If you choose to cruise as part of the Yacht Club with MSC Seashore, stand-out features include:
Find out more about the MSC Yacht Club by reading our blog - Is MSC Cruises’ Yacht Club Worth it?
I experienced lots of difficulties as a disabled person and my daughters allergies weren't always managed mainly on the excursions due to lack of communication by the excursions team. I wouldn't choose this cruise line again. The hotel we were put in before and after the cruise was not accessible, several sets of steps to get up and down. But it was a lovely hotel and friendly staff.
Ship was fantastic esp staff and crew. Food was great and excursions very good esp Dunns River in Jamaica. My only issue was that our hotel reservation for the Hotel in Miami was lost during the sale of the hotel to Viajero. However the manager was very good and supplied my party with 2 rooms for the night. The hotel is now more like a hostel for young people with a disco/ club going on to 3.00am. All I wanted was a sleep after a 9 hour flight from Uk. The hotel was fine,it is just we were the wrong clientele for what it is now offering. As a couple in their 60’s we did get some funny looks in reception. This did not spoil an excellent holiday and thank you for organising it.
It was our 2nd cruise could not fault it. I did feel with it being Christmas not festive and im assuming because of covid all the shows were cancelled after day 5.
Ship was beautiful but bigger than the staff and organisation could handle. The food was excellent as were the waiters. Boarding was efficient at Marseille with well organised tests. Shows were fairly good but limited in number. Buffet was very crowded. High tech systems impressive but not all features working. Cabin only attended to once a day, but bed very comfortable and balcony cabin excellent. Excursions only allowed with MSC and very disappointing and one was negligent and dangerous. No refund no help and cavalier attitude. Over all great to be cruising again but will not cruise again until we can go ashore independently, and not on an MSC ship as big as Seashore.