After its first season in Brazil, MSC Seashore has returned to Europe.
During early December 2022 to late March 2023, the MSC Cruises vessel will sail a variety of week-long cruises to different Brazilian ports.
Summer is now in full swing on the ship in the Western Mediterranean. A stop at Civitavecchia, the port of Rome, will be included along the way in order to visit Genoa, Palermo, Ibiza, Valencia, and Marseille.
Throughout October, the program continues, followed by a 19-night repositioning voyage to North America’s Port Canaveral.
It will travel to cities like St. Maarten, Tortola, and Puerto Rico as part of its trans-Atlantic journey. The ship will depart from Port Canaveral on a series of Bahamas and Caribbean tours after arriving in Florida.
The year-round program is part of MSC Cruises’ largest season ever in the US market, which includes trips to popular destinations such as Nassau, Ocean Cay, Cozumel, and Costa Maya. Shipbuilder Fincantieri built the MSC Seashore in Italy and it entered service in 2021.
Seaside Class ships from MSC Cruises feature three pool decks, an infinity pool, and more external spaces. Additionally, there is an atrium, a two-deck nightclub, a casino, and a theater.