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MSC Seaview floated out, to operate in Mediterranean, Caribbean and Brazil

MSC Cruises, the Swiss-based world’s fourth largest cruidse shipping group, the Italian shipbuilder Fincantieri have celebrated the float out of MSC Seaview. The ceremony took place at the Monfalcone shipyard in Italy, where the ship is being built.

“MSC Seaview is the second of MSC Cruises’ Seaside generation of cruise ships, based on a highly-innovative prototype designed to bring guests closer to the sea than ever before, for warmer climates and the ultimate sun and sea cruise experience. She is set to come into service in June 2018, just six months after MSC Seaside will first come into service in December 2017 with her Grand Voyage from Trieste, Italy to Miami, USA in December 2017,” the cruise line said in a statement.

MSC Seaview will sail her inaugural 2018 summer season in the Mediterranean. Following this inaugural season, the ship will follow the sun to Brazil and the Southern hemisphere for the winter 2018-2019 season, with an itinerary that includes Santos, Ilha Grande, Buzios, Porto Belo and Camboriu.


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