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First Seaside EVO Class Ship Bookings Open

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Bookings have now opened for the very first EVO class cruise ship named MSC Seashore which will join the fleet in 2021.

MSC Seashore Bookings on Sale

MSC Cruises has opened up bookings for MSC Seashore, the first Seaside EVO class vessel arriving in 2021 which is an evolution to the Seaside class. The inaugural sailings are on sale from today exclusively for two weeks just for MSC Voyagers Club members. From July 11 the bookings will go on sale for everyone else.

Gianni Onorato, Chief Executive Officer of MSC Cruises, commented:

Each and every ship that we build is different. MSC Seashore is an evolution of the ground-breaking Seaside prototype but this enriched ship has allowed us to further enhance the guest experience with the introduction of new features and facilities as well as some further improvement of the existing ones.

With an increased capacity and expanded facilities, MSC Seashore will offer guests myriad opportunities to get closer to the sea, providing yet more options for vacationers to enjoy the beauty of the Mediterranean when the ship comes into service.

MSC Voyagers Club members will not only be able to have the first selection of staterooms, but also receive a special 5% discount in addition to their 5% loyalty discount. All other guests will enjoy a 5% early booking discount until September 11, 2019.

MSC Seashore will depart on its maiden voyage on June 13, 2021. The seven-night itinerary will include calls in Barcelona, Marseille, Genoa, Naples, Messina and Valetta. The inaugural season will be based in the Western Mediterranean.

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The mega ship will be 52 feet longer than sister ships MSC Seaside and MSC Seaview. The extra room allows for new optimized spaces such as a new double deck show lounge, brand new restaurant, an additional main restaurant, 28 more terraced staterooms and more.

MSC Seashore is currently under construction by Fincantieri in Italy and once completed will be 169,500 gross tons, have a guest capacity of 4,540 at double occupancy and 1,648 crew members.

Rendering Courtesy: MSC Cruises

MSC Seashore Cruise Ship

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