Cruise Passenger - - SHIP REVIEW: MSC SEASIDE -

HIGHS: The spe­cialty din­ing restau­rants, with an awe­some va­ri­ety of in­ter­na­tional fla­vors, the top-of­ship ac­tiv­i­ties and the lux­u­rios MSC Aurea Spa.

LOWS: The ship lay­out is con­fus­ing in sev­eral main pub­lic ar­eas, mak­ing it dif­fi­cult to nav­i­gate. Ser­vice is slow in the main restau­rant, and the buf­fets could of­fer a wider se­lec­tion. The main pool deck has no shade.

BEST SUITED TO: Cruis­ers who want a low price point and don’t mind pay­ing for ex­tras such as ar­cade games, 4D the­atre, For­mula One sim­u­la­tor, zi­pline, drinks, ge­lato, spe­cialty cof­fees, al­co­hol, and spa passes. Fam­i­lies also will en­joy the ship be­cause of all the ac­tiv­i­ties and a good kids’ club.

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