5 Reasons MSC Seascape Is The Ultimate Wellness Escape

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MSC Seascape

5 Reasons why MSC Seascape is the ultimate wellness escape at sea

  • Relax, unwind and de-stress surrounded by the beauty of the Caribbean
  • Enjoying endless wellness offerings onboard and at Ocean Cay MSC Marine Reserve

Geneva, Switzerland – February 17, 2022– MSC Cruises’ upcoming MSC Seascape will be rich with wellness activities to inspire guests to unwind from the moment they step aboard. The Company’s newest Seaside EVO-class ship will launch in December 2022, offering 7-night cruises in the sun-soaked Caribbean. The ship’s expansive waterfront promenade and nearly 140,000 square feet of outdoor space will allow guests to relax and rejuvenate by getting closer to the sea, benefitting from the calming effect that the ocean has on the mind and body. But that’s only the first step when it comes to unplugging on board.

MSC Seacape luxurious area spa

Guests aboard MSC Seascape will delight in an expansive menu of wellness activities and attractions designed to allow every type of traveler to recharge in their own way. Here are five reasons why MSC Seascape will be the ultimate wellness escape at sea.

MSC Aurea Spa – pampering from head to toe The luxurious MSC Aurea Spa sits at the heart of MSC Seascape’s tranquility, boasting 21 treatment rooms, a hair and nail salon, barbershop, and an exclusive outdoor area with three cabanas available for half-day and full-day rental. Among the spa’s signature treatments, the Dry Flotation-zero gravity experience promotes complete physical and mental relaxation while offering a unique emotional ambiance generated by the synergy of water, heat and light.

In the enhanced Thermal Area, balance seekers will find a range of therapies that use temperature manipulation to encourage healing and serenity, including a salt room, snow room, scrub room, Finnish sauna, soft sauna, blower pool, Mediterranean bath, vertical Kneipp, and steam room.

MSC Seascape ultimate escape

MSC Gym powered by Technogym™ – the ultimate workout at sea Adjacent to the spa, the MSC Gym is a 3,000-square-foot fitness oasis complete with state-of-the-art equipment and panoramic ocean views. Guests will find ultra-modern cardio and strength-training equipment provided by Technogym™, an immersive group cycling studio with 10 spin bikes, and a class studio with a variety of group fitness classes. So even while on vacation, guests can keep up with their fitness regime in style and comfort.

MSC Seascape ultra modern cardio and strength training equipment

Wellness Classes by the Sea Beyond the gym, MSC Seascape will embrace the opportunity to practice wellness outdoors, allowing guests to become one with the sea. From poolside morning stretches to afternoon yoga and more, instructors will lead classes through guided flows while incorporating the warm ocean air into breathwork. For those who prefer to raise their heartbeat to the beat of a song, instructors will teach indoor and outdoor group dance classes, such as Fit Dance, Latin Dance, and Caribbean Dance. Private classes may be reserved too. With a mixture of and complimentary and paid classes, there is something to get everyone moving at their own pace.

Cool Down in One of Six Pools MSC Seascape will be the ultimate escape for sun-worshipers and ocean lovers, with a next-level pool experience offering a range of features to connect guests with the sea.

The stunning aft infinity pool extends to the very rear of the ship near the water on deck 8, with only a glass wall separating swimmers from the ocean and offering uninterrupted waterscape vistas. On each side of the ship, two relaxing infinity whirlpools present similarly striking views

MSC Seascape will be the ultimate escape

In the main pool area, ample deck space surrounds a 360° water fountain island, the Long Island Pool offer offering a variety of depths, and submerged sunbeds. Right next door, families will discover the Pirate’s Cove Aquapark, a kids’ favorite that features adventure trails and an impressive virtual reality experience on the main waterslide.

Another enhanced water-attraction is the beautifully lush Jungle Pool area spanning two decks with tons of space to relax, complete with surrounding loungers and convenient bar. This popular area includes a retractable roof that allows it to be either open-air or enclosed.

Connect with Nature at Ocean Cay Like all of MSC Cruises ships sailing from ports in the United States, MSC Seascape will call at the one-of-a-kind Ocean Cay MSC Marine Reserve as part of every itinerary. Ocean Cay is a stunning private island destination—formerly an industrial sand extraction site that has since been lovingly restored to pristine condition.

MSC Cruises Environmental Leadership Ocean Cay

After years of hard work, passion and dedication, the island is now the centerpiece of a breathtaking 64-square-mile marine reserve designed to connect guests with nature, making it the perfect spot to take a deep breath and just relax. This slice of paradise offers white sandy beaches where chairs, umbrellas and cabanas await guests for a relaxing day of soaking up the spirit of The Bahamas while surrounded by sweeping panoramas of crystal blue waters at every turn.

The island also features its own Spa at Ocean Cay, featuring eight private cabanas located directly on the beach with a stunning sea view and offering exclusive Ocean Cay full body massages. Options include the traditional Ocean Cay Smooth Breeze Massage to ease tired and aching muscles and the deep, rhythmic Ocean Cay Deep Blue Massage to really work deep muscle tension. Guests can greet the sun with open-air outdoor yoga classes, complementing those offered on board MSC Seascape. For more active guests, a stand-up paddle board excursion offers breathtaking ocean views combined with a great workout.

For more information regarding MSC Seascape and her wellness offerings, click here. Sales are now open for Eastern and Western Caribbean cruises from Miami for Winter 2022/23.

For more information on Ocean Cay MSC Marine Reserve, click here.

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