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MSC Cruises Teases Huge Cruise Ships On The Way

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We all know that European based cruise line MSC Cruises has ordered several new cruise ships be built and delivered over the next few years. Well now the cruise line has teased us all with this new video.

The video showcases 3D renderings of two new classes which are on the way. It first shows some minor details on the current fleet and each new class becomes bigger and bigger. the Vista project is a new class for MSC and so far there will be four cruise ships built-in this class. They will be delivered in 2017, 2019, 2020 and the last in 2022. These ships will be 167,600 gross tons making them the largest ever built for MSC Cruises and one of the largest in the world. They will be 315 meters long carrying 5,700 passengers. The cruise line has hinted at new innovative features including the longest LED dome at sea which is going to be 180 meters and a double-deck aft lounge where advanced entertainment shows will be held.

We’re really excited about the Seaside project which is totally new design within the cruise industry and really is a futuristic look. So far MSC has ordered three vessel in this new class to be built at the Fincantieri shipyard in Italy. The first ship is expected to be delivered by November 2017, the second in May 2018 and the third in 2021. They will be 323 metres long carrying a total of 5,300 passengers at 154,00 gross tons.

Cruise hive will keep readers informed of these new futuristic cruise ships that will be coming to our oceans over the coming years.

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