MSC Seaview, currently being the second in MSC Cruises’ Seaside-class of ships, made its debut in June of 2018. Since then this unique concept has been generating quite a hype among yacht fans, due to its exclusive concept.
The hype for MSC Seaview, also known as “the ship that follows the sun” is so high it seems this ship will be fully occupied until the end of 2020, according to many news sources. This ship, aside from its 86 cabins, also has a lounge, dining room (with the capacity for 180 people) and top-deck area with outside dining, a pool, and hot tubs.
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The exterior was designed by Fincantieri’s Maurizio Cergol and the main goal behind the concept was to bring guests closer to the sea than ever before, with the inclusion of a Deck 8 waterfront boardwalk which includes the outdoor seating for bars and restaurants, as well as the glass-floored catwalks and terraced balcony cabins.
The interior design had the hands of De Jorio Design International and among its most beautiful sights are MSC’s signature Swarovski crystal staircases, plus stages and LED screens. However, the outdoor pools, the two buffet restaurants, Sport’s Bar, the vast children’s area, and the Chef’s Central were all delivered by Tillberg and Y&S Architects.
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Probably one of the biggest factors of curiosity among many yacht lovers is this ship’s exclusive Yacht Club which is a private compartment, key-card entry only spaces only to accommodate the line’s top-paying passengers.
Another good reason why MSC Seaview was so mentioned last year was due to the announcement of MSC Cruises’ intentions to build four new 1,000-passenger ultra-luxury ships, all of them based on the Yacht Club concept. Can this be possible? We will see the results in 2023!