MSC Seaview Review

A very good repositioning cruise from Italy to Brazil

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AlSl
10+ Cruises • Age 60s

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Sail Date: Nov 2023

A) Embarkation: MSC allows passengers to choose a timeframe for embarkation. It was very fast and efficient. We had 11:00 to 12:00, and by 11:40 AM we were already inside our cabin.

B) Cabin: extremely comfortable. Large, modern, spacious. Sofa is quite big for a ship cabin. Wardrobe and storage are limited, which is a little tough for a long trip like ours. Bathroom is modern and efficient. Toiletries are very basic.

C) Ship: large spaces, modern decor, quite contemporary. Nothing of the traditional “Las Vegas” style that plagued cruise ships for years. As we were only 3,000 passengers (for a nominal capacity of 4,100, which could be extended to 5,100 using the sofa beds), lounges never felt over crowded.

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Bahia de Salvador

Salvador da Bahia is one of the really unique cities in the world, akin to New Orleans and Naples. First capital of Brazil, its baroque churches are magnificent, the old downtown is fabulous and its African infused culture super interesting.

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