MSC Cruises launched a new high-tech Seascape, and it’s pretty far better than the old one. The new flagship MSC Seascape is all cute and teched-up; it is the company’s fourth vessel in the Seaside line class and the sister ship to MSC Seashore, launched last year. Everyone’s attention is drawn to the Seascape because of its striking, high-tech features.
What to Know About MSC Seascape
From its decor to its onboard techs and build, the ship is a classy one. The 20-deck vessel’s debut marks an expansion of MSC’s stateside footprint. It will sail from Miami this weekend, where it will spend its inaugural season. This nearly 2,300-cabin ship will offer week-long Eastern and Western Caribbean itineraries – the region it was purpose-built for – with stops in destinations such as San Juan, Cozumel, Puerto Rico, Mexico, and Ocean Cay MSC Marine Reserve, the line’s private island in the Bahamas. (info from USA Today)
On board, the Seascape is expected to be a lovely experience. As its name suggests, Seascape maximizes proximity to the water, with close to 140,000 square feet of outdoor space. The ship also features a promenade measuring more than 1,700 feet long, where guests can get closer to the sea, and a LED wall that spans four decks featuring the skyline that changes from day to night in an entertainment and retail area named Times Square.
A replica of the Statue of Liberty stands nearly 10 feet high in the casino area, as indicated on the line’s website. Another noteworthy tech on this ship is Robotron, a robotic arm ride where guests can choose their accompanying soundtrack and intensity level; the arm moves in sync with the music. VR rooms are provided for extra fun.
The MSC Seascape comes with plenty of traditional amenities, including up to six pools (plus an infinity pool), 30 restaurants, bars & lounges, and a spa. The ship, according to the line’s website, features 2 times 20-person infinity hot tubs on either side of the deck 8 promenade. You’ll be paying around $1,136 based on double occupancy for a week-long round-trip cruise from Miami, with stops in Cozumel, Grand Cayman, George Town, and more, according to info on the line’s website.
What Else is There to Know?
The MSC Seascape is currently the company’s flagship ship and it comes with plenty of tech features that would blow your mind. This ship’s decks are well-designed and situated; you will find more information about its sail schedules and tours on the line’s website – visit.