MSC Seaview Review

4.0 / 5.0
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Action packed

Review for the Western Mediterranean Cruise on MSC Seaview
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10+ Cruises • Age 80s

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Sail Date: Nov 2023

We had a one week layover between two cruises in Barcelona and instead staying in hotels, decided to take this cruise.

We are an older couple with 60+ cruises under our belt. Based on the many negative reviews on this board, we did not set our expectations too high. But we were pleasantly surprised. This is a beautiful, modern ship with state with the art high tech features. It appears to cater to a younger international (mainly latino), kid friendly crowd. There are a lot of action packed activities on this ship. So if you’re into bingo or napkin folding, look somewhere else! Some of the attractions carry an extra charge, but considering the low price for the cruise, we like that because why pay for something you dont use?

Boarding was well organized and quick. We had a beautiful, well equipped balcony cabin. Food was good, especially the desserts, but the buffet could get crowded at times. Shows were high energy productions.

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Stay near Las Ramblas. From there most attractions are within walking distance.

You can see most everything in one day.

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