MSC Seashore accidents and incidents
339 m / 1112 ft
CruiseMapper's MSC Seashore cruise ship accidents, incidents and law news reports relate to a 5632-passenger vessel owned by MSC Cruises. Our MSC Seashore accidents page contains reports made by using official data from renown online news media sources, US Coast Guard and Wikipedia.
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- 2020 - shipbuilding yard closure due to the Coronavirus pandemic (35 cancelled departures in 2021 June-July / 2-months delayed delivery)
|June 2020||Structural and Technical Issues|
MSC bookings on Seashore cruises were opened on June 27, 2019. Sales were open exclusively for MSC Voyagers Club (loyalty program) members for a 2-week period. Bookings for general customers were opened on July 11, 2019.
Unfortunately, due to the March-May 2020 global Coronavirus pandemic, the vessel's construction was halted (Fincantieri's Monfalcone Shipyard was closed for ~2 months) which also resulted in delayed delivery to MSC Cruises (as future shipowner). A total of 35 itineraries were cancelled (roundtrip departures from homeports Genoa, Naples, Messina, Barcelona, Marseille), previously planned for June-July 2021.
The original inaugural cruise date (June 13, 2021, from Genoa) was rescheduled for August 1.
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