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MSC Seascape Review

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MSC Seascape marks the second and final vessel in the cruise line's Seaside EVO Class and will launch in November 2022.

For the most part, MSC Seascape mirrors sister ship MSC Seashore which debuted in July 2021 and began service from PortMiami to the Caribbean and Bahamas in Fall 2021. Like MSC Seashore, MSC Seascape will homeport in Miami and run itineraries to the Caribbean and MSC's private Bahamian island, Ocean Cay MSC Marine Reserve.

Passengers can expect a reimagined Seaside experience that focuses heavily on outdoor space, sharing MSC Seashore-reimagined features such as six pools (including the popular wake-view infinity pool at the back of the ship), a variety of outdoor dining options and a 72-foot-high glass-bottomed walkway dubbed The Bridge of Sighs. 

MSC Seascape will also sport an expanded private Yacht Club area, clocking in at over 32,000 square feet and spanning four decks. Passengers in this area will be privy to the ship's best views from aft-facing balconies, a private pool and sundeck area on Deck 20, exclusive restaurant and upscale lounge bar. 

The ship is designed with an environmentally-friendly edge, carrying features that debuted on MSC Seashore such as a best-in-class wastewater management system, an underwater radiation noise management system to reduce disturbance to local marine life and energy efficient touches like LED lighting and heat recovery systems. 

MSC Seascape will also be outfitted with MSC's Safe Air system which uses UV-C lights to sanitize the ship's air as it moves through the air conditioning system, getting rid of 99% of germs, mold, viruses and other pollutants.

All-in-all there will be 2,270 cabins in 12 different categories, including connecting family cabins, suites, balcony cabins and ADA accessible cabins with thoughtful touches like automated ramps out to the balcony and closets with pull-down bars. 

Exact differences between MSC Seashore and MSC Seascape have yet to be revealed, though MSC Seascape is expected to carry 5,877 passengers, nearly 250 more than MSC Seashore, as well as one additional venue in the bars and lounges category. 

MSC Seascape is scheduled to be delivered from Italian-builder Fincantieri's shipyard in November 2022.

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