GET AN EXTRA 5% OFF ON YOUR CARIBBEAN CRUISE HOLIDAY.
FOR MSC VOYAGERS CLUB MEMBERS ONLY, VALID UP TO 31 JANUARY 2022.
MSC Seascape is the second vessel of the innovative Seaside EVO class and she will be sailing in the Caribbean from Winter 2022/2023.
Be one of the first to book an MSC Seascape cruise and get an additional 5% discount on top of the 5% Club discount, plus an onboard credit and double membership points for the type of Experience chosen.
In addition, Silver, Gold and Diamond members can enjoy a $50 per person on onboard credit.
Don’t miss out, on this exclusive offer. Valid until January 31, 2022.
Terms and Conditions
Choose and Cruise rates are per person based on double occupancy. The rates are subject to change and may vary without notice. This offer is valid on new bookings only, from 1st of March 2018, Winter 2018/19 sailings. The offer is capacity controlled, subject to availability and confirmation by MSC Cruises. It is only combinable with MSC Voyagers Club discount, and not combinable with any other offer or MSC Discounts and/or Future Cruise Consultant Vouchers, unless otherwise stated on ad-hoc promotional material. The offer can be withdrawn at any time without notice. 3rd and 4th berth guests pay the usual applicable rate. Any other add-ons will be available at the current selling rates, payable by all guests under the same booking. Guests travelling on different Experiences will be subject to restrictions on dining arrangements. Single Supplement 100%. This offer includes flights from London Heathrow to Miami and transfers. Includes two excursions in Havana of the People-To-People Program: CUB30 and CUB31.
CRUISES TO CUBA: check here the obligatory documents to travel to Cuba. For cruises to Cuba from the United States, it is necessary to participate in the People-To-People program. Click here for more information.
For general bookings terms & conditions, inclusions, cancellation charges and other information please refer to the MSC Cruises Brochure or visit msccruises.co.uk
For every new ship class that we develop, we completely revise the design to achieve optimal efficiency. We rethink the ship’s overall structure, deck space, weight distribution including the ship’s hull, rudder and bulbous bow to reach optimal hydrodynamics, aerodynamics, and maximize energy and fuel efficiency.
Reducing air pollution We have installed hybrid Exhaust Gas Cleaning Systems (EGCS) on 14 of our cruise ships which reduce SOx emissions by 98%, and Selective Catalytic Reduction Systems on 3 ships, which reduces NOx by up to 90%.
Underwater radiated noise
Hull and propellers are designed, built and installed to minimise noise or vibration that might impact aquatic mammals.
Wastewater treatment systems
Our fleet is in full compliance with wastewater discharge rules and, in 11 of our ships, advanced systems deliver treated water near to tap water standard.
Our new ships are capable of providing all onboard freshwater needs from seawater.
Waste is compacted, separated or incinerated, and residual waste is carefully delivered to dedicated port reception facilities for recycling or disposal.
New fuel types
In 2022, we will launch our first LNG-powered ship. LNG largely eliminates sulphur oxides (SOx) emissions and particulate matter in the exhaust, reduces nitrogen oxides (NOx) emissions by up to 85%, and CO2 by up to 25%.
On new ships’ lighting is provided by energy-efficient LED and our heating, ventilation and air conditioning system self-adjusts to the weather and the number of passengers onboard.
Shore power capability
7 of our ships are now able to connect to shore power, potentially enabling the onboard engines to be switched off whilst in berth
Digitalisation is allowing us to anticipate and address inefficiencies in systems and equipment, and provide the crew with specific guidance for performance improvements.
Heat recovery systems allow the intelligent redistribution of heat and cold where needed throughout the ship.
A software application monitors the ship’s stability to support the deck officers in optimising the vessel’s trim – and therefore reducing fuel consumption.
Our ship hulls are coated with hi-tech paints that slow the growth of marine organisms, thereby reducing drag and improving energy efficiency.
Ballast water treatment system
All ballast water is filtered and UV treated before being discharged at sea to ensure that it does not contain harmful aquatic organisms and pathogens.