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Irish Sunday Mirror - - TRAVEL -

The first Sea­side EVO class ship from MSC Cruises will be named Seashore.

Due to en­ter ser­vice in spring 2021, she is now un­der con­struc­tion at the Fin­cantieri yard in Italy and will be 169,400 gross ton­nage and carry up to 5,632 pas­sen­gers.

Cut­ting-edge fea­tures for them will in­clude an ad­di­tional aft lounge, an en­hanced MSC Yacht Club cov­er­ing three for­ward decks, and al­fresco restau­rants at the prom­e­nade deck.

Eco-friendly tech­nol­ogy will cover ex­haust gas clean­ing, state-of-the-art waste man­age­ment and re­cy­cling sys­tems, ad­vanced wa­ter treat­ments and an en­ergy and heat re­cov­ery method.

Seashore will sail itin­er­ar­ies only in warm wa­ters and will have the Sea­side Class sig­na­ture wrap-round prom­e­nade on Deck 8 to get you closer to the sea. A sec­ond Sea­side EVO ship will fol­low in au­tumn 2022.

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