This is the second in MSC’s Seaside Class. Each of the ships will have a promenade with shops, restaurants and bars. The 154,400-gross-ton ships will have 2,070 cabins holding 4,140 passengers in double occupancy and 1,413 crewmembers. The ships will be 1,060 feet long and 135 feet wide, and have more than 468,000 square feet of public areas, including a theater, a terraced balcony and panoramic elevators with sea views. They’ll feature nine eateries, including two for-fee restaurants in partnership with chef Roy Yamaguchi. Seaview will include an expanded Yacht Club, MSC’s private retreat for suite passengers. It also will have the longest zip-line at sea, at 426 feet. MSC Seaview will homeport in Genoa, Marseille and Barcelona, offering Western Mediterranean cruises.