MSC Cruises has taken delivery of its 19th ship, the MSC Seashore. It is the largest ship ever built in Italy. But that's not the only superlative this ship has.
MSC is pursuing the goal of achieving CO2-neutral cruise operations by 2050. The MSC Seashore is another milestone on the way. It features the latest technologies for sustainable travel at sea. These include, for example, hybrid exhaust gas purification systems as well as systems for the 98% reduction of sulphur oxide emissions and a 90% reduction of nitrogen oxide emissions. New RINA classifications have been introduced specifically for the Seashore: MSC Seashore is the first "Sustainable Ship". This distinction is awarded to ships that demonstrably meet the strategic sustainability goals set by the UN. In addition, the Seahore has also been certified as a "Biosafe Ship", which means that the ship is equipped with systems to reduce the risk of infection. This class of ship is not only known for its technological innovations, but also for its stylish design. Passengers have a large selection of pools, bars and also various vantage points at their disposal on 13,000m² of outdoor space.
The public WC facilities were equipped with WC partition walls from Schäfer. The EF-3 Marine WC partition wall is the ideal product for this top-class ship! This WC partition wall was specially designed for use at sea and combines functional design with the highest aesthetics. High-quality workmanship and innovative construction make the EF-3 Marine WC partition wall the ideal companion on board!
Shipping company: MSC Cruises
Length: 339 m
Width: 41 m
Height: 8,5 m
Construction Year: 2021
Photo: MSC Crociere S.A.