Everything You Need to Know About MSC Seaview

Find out everything you need to know about the MSC Seaview in our blog guide below.

Due to launch in June 2018, the MSC Seaview will be the second of MSC Cruises Seaside Class of ships. Designed identically to sister ship, MSC Seaside – which launches in December 2017 and homeports in Miami – MSC Seaview will offer Western Mediterranean cruises in her inaugural summer season, homeporting in Barcelona, Genoa and Marseille, with itineraries including stops in Sicily, Malta and Naples.

MSC Seaview, which will have a 5,179-passenger capacity and measure some 160,000-ton, will be built in Italy’s Fincantieri shipyard – the largest cruise ship after sister Seaside to be constructed …

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Magic Carpet moving bar on Celebrity Edge

Everything You Need to Know About the Celebrity Edge Cruise Ship

Learn more about the Celebrity Edge cruise ship in our blog guide below…

 

Luminae Restaurant
Pool Bar

 

With cutting-edge design, beautiful facilities and even the world’s first “Magic Carpet” deck, Celebrity Cruises’ Celebrity Edge is one of the most exciting new launches on next year’s cruise calendar.

The first of four new Edge Class ships to be unveiled, the 2,918-guest Celebrity Edge is set to debut in late 2018, and will redefine how passengers interact with their surroundings, through design which focuses on creating an intimate experience between guests and the ocean.

Homeporting in Florida’s Fort Lauderdale, bookings are already available for the ship’s two 7-night itineraries; an eastern …

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MSC Seaside cruise ship rendering

Everything You Need to Know About the MSC Seaside

Find out everything you need to know about the MSC Seaside in our blog guide below.

 

MSC Seaside Infographic
MSC Seaside

MSC Cruises will launch the first of its new Seaside Class of ships, the MSC Seaside, in December of this year, with a second due for summer of 2018, and the likely possibility of a third Seaside Class ship in 2021. With exquisite design to maximise outdoor space and a range of state-of-the-art facilities, the new MSC Seaside will be christened and homeport in Miami.

The new ship, which is currently being built in Italy, will be the first of European MSC Cruises ships to be christened in the …

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Carnival Horizon Cruise Ship

Everything You Need to Know About the Carnival Horizon

Learn more about the incredible Carnival Horizon cruise ship with our blog guide below.
Carnival Horizon
The Atrium centrepiece is digitally designed and changes colours and patterns
Havana Seating Area

Due for delivery in March 2018, with her first sailing scheduled for the following month, Carnival Horizon is the sister ship of Carnival Vista, and will feature many of her most popular attributes.

The 133,500-ton ship, which is currently being built in the Italian shipyard of Fincantieri, will hold up to 3,936 passengers at double occupancy, with 15 decks and some 1,450 crew members.

Alongside beautifully designed new stateroom categories – which include expanded family staterooms, luxury Cloud 9 Spa …

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Lego Experience on MSC Cruises

Activities for Kids on MSC Cruises

Find out what activities for kids are available on MSC Cruises to ensure little ones and teenagers alike, are kept entertained during your holiday.

 

If you’re new to cruising, it’s likely that you’ll only be familiar with Royal Caribbean and P&O cruise lines, after all they have some of the strongest advertising campaigns here in the UK. Whilst Royal Caribbean and P&O offer an incredible experience, they can be a little pricier compared to more unfamiliar cruise brands such as MSC Cruises. Because of the price different, it’s easy to think that the experience with a lesser-known cruise line might be inferior, but we wanted to banish these misconceptions …

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Everything You Need to Know About the MSC Meraviglia

Find out more about the ‘wonder of the Mediterranean’… the MSC Meraviglia.

The MSC Meraviglia launched in June 2017 and it was one of the most eagerly anticipated cruise ships to enter the industry. It’s something of a flagship for MSC Cruises, who have integrated the latest technology into its design. It’s been nicknamed the ‘wonder of the Mediterranean’ and it is easy to see why with its focus on delivering mouthwatering Mediterranean-inspired dining, alluring Mediterranean itineraries and a wide variety of entertainment and activities to keep cruisers of all ages occupied.

The ship is packed with technology, from the two F1 simulators to the 482 sqm LED …

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