As extended versions of their sisterships, both liners allow the larger MSC Yacht Club to house more public and outdoor spaces.
Seashore will have the fleet's largest MSC Yacht Club - total area 32000 ft2 (2973 m2).
One of the new perks for Yacht Club passengers sailing in The Bahamas is access to the MSC's private island Ocean Cay, where Yacht Club guests have an exclusive area with a beach, clubhouse, butler service, all-inclusive beverages and food.
First launched back in 2008 and now available on over 50% of the MSC fleet, the MSC Yacht Club concept provides a premium experience within a large ship. The all-inclusive experience features 24-hour butler service, concierge, key-card access, Swarovski crystal staircases in the atrium. Situated at the front of the liner, the Yacht Club also boasts the Top Sail Lounge for live music, gourmet canapes, and complimentary beverages throughout the day and evening. The private fine-dining restaurant offers breakfast, lunch, and dinner with an extensive wine list and a daily a la carte menu. There is also a private sundeck, hot tubs, pool, bar and grill.
Seashore's MSC Yacht Club is spread over 4 decks and will boast a 3-deck, back-lit Onyx wall and Swarovski staircases. The private sun deck and pool area have been expanded to more than 21,000 square feet (1950 square metres) with a bigger private pool and a panoramic hot tub with 8 seats and individual jets. Seashore will offer 131 suites plus 2 new Owner’s Suites measuring 1,054 square feet (98 square metres) in size with an extended private balcony with an outdoor living area and hot tub, a panoramic glass wall, and a separate dining and living room area.
On MSC Virtuosa, the Yacht Club will house 103 Suites - including 2x Royal Suites (with balcony hot tubs) and 8x new Duplex Suites - each spanning 2 decks and also with "Jacuzzi balconies".
All MSC Cruises vessels deployed in the Caribbean depart from the USA and visit Ocean Cay.
The Yacht Club is available on all Meraviglia-, Seaside-, and Fantasia-class MSC ships.