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MSC Seaview

Capacity
4133
Crew
1413
Tonnage
153,516
First voyage
2018
Decks
20

MSC Seaview is a Seaside-class cruise ship owned and operated by MSC Cruises. Built by Italian shipbuilder Fincantieri in Monfalcone and delivered in June 2018, she is the sister ship to her class' lead vessel, MSC Seaside.

History

Construction and delivery

On 22 May 2014, MSC Cruises announced that they had ordered two new 154,000 GT... Read more

MSC Seaview

Cruiseline: 
Capacity (DO): 
4133
Crew: 
1413
Tonnage: 
153,516
First voyage: 
2018
Decks: 
20

MSC Seaview is a Seaside-class cruise ship owned and operated by MSC Cruises. Built by Italian shipbuilder Fincantieri in Monfalcone and delivered in June 2018, she is the sister ship to her class' lead vessel, MSC Seaside.

History

Construction and delivery

On 22 May 2014, MSC Cruises announced that they had ordered two new 154,000 GT cruise ships from Fincantieri. The new order was based on the Seaside prototype, with each ship costing €700 million each.

On 16 October 2015, MSC performed the steel cutting ceremony for what would be their second Seaside-class ship in Monfalcone. MSC revealed the name of the second Seaside-class vessel as MSC Seaview the following year, on 4 July 2016 On 2 February 2017, MSC held the keel-laying and coin ceremonies for the ship, in which two coins were placed under the ship's new keel block for good fortune before the keel was laid. On 23 August 2017, MSC Seaview was floated out from the shipyard. On 23 April 2018, she set sail for five days of sea trials.

MSC Seaview was delivered on 4 June 2018 with a ceremony in Monfalcone. She was christened in Genoa by her godmother, Sophia Loren, on 9 June 2018.

Operational career

MSC Seaview set off on her maiden voyage on 10 June 2018 from Genoa, a 7-day sailing around the Western Mediterranean, visiting Marseille, Barcelona, Naples, Messina, and Valletta. For her inaugural season, she continued sailing weekly voyages in the Western Mediterranean before re-positioning to Brazil for the winter 2018–2019 season. The rotation repeated the following year. She was originally scheduled to be deployed to her first season sailing in the Persian Gulf from her homeport of Dubai for the winter 2020–2021 season, but due to the COVID-19 pandemic forcing fleet redeployments, she is scheduled to return to Brazil during that timeframe. In summer 2021, she will return to the Mediterranean to sail weekly voyages.

Design and specifications

The overall architecture of MSC Seaview and identical sister ship MSC Seaside are based on Fincantieri's Project Mille, a prototype that had not been executed 12 years since its initial conceptualization. Project Mille's prototype featured the diesel generators at midship, a wider hull, a narrower superstructure, and a relocation of heavy-weight public areas to lower decks to lower the ship's center of gravity. The ship's design reflects these features, along with a midship engine room and funnels, a wider boardwalk promenade along both sides of the ship, and a wider aft promenade deck that houses a large pool complementing those located on the top decks. The aft promenade deck is positioned at the base of the narrow, tower-like structure that houses cabins in the ship's aft. Other features and accommodations included are a water park custom-designed by WhiteWater West on the top deck, the MSC Yacht Club luxury area spanning five decks, which hosts passengers paying a premium for enhanced accommodations and amenities, three themed restaurants, a bowling alley, and a theater.

MSC Seaview has 18 decks and a length of 323 metres (1,060 ft), a draft of 8.55 metres (28.1 ft), a depth of 12.1 metres (40 ft), and a beam of 41 metres (135 ft). The total passenger capacity is 5,119 across 2,066 passenger cabins, with a crew complement of 1,413 across 759 crew cabins, making for a maximum capacity of 6,592 persons. She is also powered by a diesel-electric genset system, with four Wärtsilä engines driving GE Marine electrical equipment and producing 62.4 megawatts (83,700 hp), and equipped with exhaust scrubbers to contend with soot. Main propulsion is via two propellers, each driven by a 20 megawatts (27,000 hp) electric motor; four forward and three aft 3.1 megawatts (4,200 hp) thrusters allow for close-quarters maneuvering. The system gives the vessel a service speed of 21.3 knots (39.4 km/h; 24.5 mph) and a maximum service speed of 23 knots (43 km/h; 26 mph).

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Attractions on MSC Seaview


Photo by © 2018 MSC Cruises SA

Bridge Of Sighs

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‘Bridge of Sighs,’ a glass-bottomed pathway, gives guests a view of the ocean like never before.
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Boutique

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A fashion boutique as enticing as the fabulous styles on display - the latest collections for men, women and children, plus a full complement of personal accessories.
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Accessories

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How about a nice surprise for you and your relatives waiting for you at home? Stylish accessories would be an excellent option!
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Billiard Room

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It's time to relax and have a nice talk while playing your favorite game.
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Pedicure Manicure

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This nail boutique will leave you feeling beautifully renewed. You can take advantage of the services of highly trained, specialized staff who offer completely satisfying results to enhance the rel...
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Asian Market Kitchen by Roy Yamaguchi

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Designed with award-winning Chef Roy Yamaguchi, our Pan-Asian restaurant offers an unforgettable culinary experience. Chef Yamaguchi, creator of Hawaiian fusion cuisine, combines his Japanese herit...
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Doremi Studio

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The ship's crew invites all the little travelers to become members of the DOREMI Family in the DOREMILAND on board!
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Mini Mall

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In the ship's Mini Mall you can buy toys, sweets, consumer electronics, hygiene, and pharmacy goods.
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Bar

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It's a perfect place to have a snack, to refresh yourself with some tasty cocktail, and just to enjoy everything happening around!
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MSC Aurea Spa

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The MSC Aurea Spa is an authentic Balinese spas and MSC Seaview’s is the largest to-date across the fleet, offering guests a wide range of services and facilities to help them relax and rejuvenate.

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Exciting Video of MSC Seaview Cruise Ship


This Saturday in Genoa, Italy was really eventful as June 9, 2018 became an important milestone in the history of MSC Cruises. The company’s newest addition, the MSC Seaview cruise ship, was officially named by beautiful Sophia Loren. Happy moments of MSC Seaview delivery Photo courtesy of...

MSC Seaside by Dickelbers/Wiki/CC BY-SA 4.0
Yes, we know that there are still a couple of weeks before the newest MSC Seaview cruise ship begins her career, but we can’t wait that long! We decided to virtually visit FINCANTIERI's Monfalcone shipyard in Italy to check how the construction of the upcoming MSC Cruises’ representative is going...