Fincantieri has delivered to MSC Cruises the new flagship MSC Seashore.
It can accommodate 5,877 passengers in 2,270 cabins and 1,648 crew members
July 26, 2021
Pierfrancesco Vago, executive chairman of the cruise division of the MSC group, stressed that "the construction of MSC Seashore is an investment that, on its own, generates a impact on the Italian economy of almost five billion euros and has requested over the last two years the employment of 4,300 workers. In addition, with its entry into service - he added Vago - this new flagship of ours will activate an important economic and employment flywheel, generating a further fallout economic equally significant every year». Vago has recalled that, in total, the investment plan of MSC Cruises in Italy with Fincantieri, «in addition to the three ships already realized, including MSC Seashore, currently provides for the construction of five more units, capable of generating a additional overall economic benefit for the country of over 13 billions.
«MSC Seashore - commented the CEO of Fincantieri, Giuseppe Bono, on the occasion of the award ceremony of the ship - it's the fourth cruise ship we have delivered in Italy during this year still extremely challenging, demonstrating the effectiveness of our system productive and managerial. All these goals, and others that are next, have been achieved successfully and this is not never taken for granted. For this reason I consider this ship the best symbol not only of the recovery for the entire cruise industry, but also the ability of the group to leverage its own skills and its own solidity to fully preserve the own workload."
MSC Seashore will start the inaugural season in the Mediterranean with the classic cruise of the "Six Pearls" which will touch Genoa, Naples, Messina, Valletta, Malta, Barcelona and Marseille. At the end of this summer season, on the 31rd October the ship will depart from Genoa for an 18-year cruise nights to North America. From November 20 the ship will offer then seven-night Caribbean cruises departing from Miami to discovery of San Juan (Puerto Rico), Charlotte Amalie (Saint Thomas), Puerto Plata (Dominican Republic) and then Ocean Cay MSC Marine Reserve, the new and exclusive private island of MSC Cruises in the Bahamas.
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