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Latest Views of MSC Seaside Cruise Ship at Shipyard

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The tease our new cruise ship addiction even further MSC Cruises released a few photos of MSC Seaside while in the final stages of fitting out at the Fincantieri, Monfalcone shipyard in Italy. In addition to the stunning shot of MSC Seaside at the top of the post the cruise line also posted on its Twitter:

MSC Seaside will be the second new ship for the cruise line this year, MSC Meraviglia entered service in June and is the largest ever ship built for MSC Cruises to date. MSC Seaside won’t be as big but still an impressive 154,000 gross tons and carrying 5,100 passengers.

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The new generation cruise ship will arrive in December 2017. The ship will be based out of Port Miami after the Grand Voyage from Trieste, Italy ends.

MSC Seaside, Final Stages of Construction

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MSC Seaside, Final Stages of Construction
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