MSC Seaview is the second of two identical ships in the Seaside generation. At 1060 feet long with a GRT of 154,000 tonnes, the ship will feature a maximum capacity of 5,429 guests.
Inspired by a pioneering beach condo concept, MSC Seaview will bring guests and the sea closer, with special design elements that make the most of the warmer weather. Guests will be able to spend time outdoors eating, drinking and relaxing in the Mediterranean sunshine with some of the best sea views in the world. Guests will also enjoy an increased number of balcony staterooms, sea views and public areas, with every element carefully planned to make the most of the sea and the sunshine.
A unique design feature of MSC Seaview is the impressive 360 degree promenade with glass railings that runs around the entire ship. This stunning public space will act as a lively recreation area where guests can stroll in the open air, eat and drink al fresco from a variety of bars and restaurants or shop in the boutiques, all the while providing spectacular sea views as far as the eye can see.
MSC Seaview will spend her inaugural summer season in the balmy Western Mediterranean, where MSC Cruises' expertise is unparalleled. An MSC Cruises vacation is the perfect way to discover different cultures, beauties and tastes and guests will be able to experience the wonders of the Mediterranean in true MSC Cruises style. MSC Seaview will have three historic Mediterranean homeports: Genoa, Marseille and Barcelona and will also call at popular Mediterranean destinations including Naples, Messina and Valetta, where guests can benefit from a wide range of shore activities that will help them discover the region.
MSC Seaview Facts
Gross Tonnage: 154,000
Number of Passengers:4,138 double capacity
Number of Staterooms: Guest cabins: 2,066/Crew Cabins: 759
Length/Beam/Height: 1060 ft./135 ft./236ft.
Lower Berth: 4,134
Maximum speed: 21.8 knots
Open Areas:468, 230 sq.ft.
Advanced Water Treatment (AWT): System to remove pollutants and hazardous substances from waste water.
Antifouling paints: optimized hull lines, propellers and rudders to reduce drag and fuel consumption
LED lighting: meaning lower energy demand and significantly lower fuel consumption