MSC Seaside

Technical Information:

Class:        Seaside

Size:           154,000 GT

Length:      1,060 Feet

Height:       230 feet

Beam:        135 feet

Cabins:      2070

Capacity:   4140 (Based on double occupancy)

 

Construction Updates:

March 16th, 2016 – MSC announces partnership with Celebrity Roy Yamaguchi to bring a specialty pan-Asian restaurant on board MSC Seaside. The fish restaurant will have a chefs table and a world class international steakhouse where the beef will dry age onboard.

There will also be a teppanyaki area where guest will have their food cooked in front of them on grills while the skilled tappanyaki chefs entertain their guest. In addition the restaurant will  include a sushi, sashmi, and raw bar for guest to indulge in.

March 4th, 2016 – Today the keel of the most anticipated ship in 2017 was laid at the Fincantieri shipyard in Monfalcone, Italy. The official ceremony will take place April 21st 2017 when the lucky coins are welded to the ships hull.

June 22nd, 2015 – The construction of Miami’s newest ship officially started as MSC Cruises and Fincantieri cut the first piece of steel for the next-generation ship.


Deck Plans:
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