MSC Seaside Cruise Vlog – Mr. Sanchos Cozumel


What is Mr. Sanchos really like?

We start this vlog off with an early morning visit to the Bridge of Sighs. It was stormy out, and we wanted to check out the Cozumel storm from the most beautiful place on the MSC Seaside. We had the Bridge to ourselves for most of the time, and the view did not disappoint. After a super smooth disembarkation, we found a friendly taxi driver that was more that happy to drive us to Mr. Sanchos. Checking in at Mr. Sanchos was a breeze, and we were quickly enjoying the water park. We had been to Cozumel previously, but this was our first visit to Mr. Sanchos. If you’ve not heard of Mr. Sanchos before, it is basically an all inclusive beach club.

There is so much to do there. There’s the Aquatic Park, ATV, Wave Runners, parasailing, horseback riding, spa facilities, and food … lots of food. We decided the Aquatic Park was the most bang for our family’s buck, and we were not disappointed. As you’ll see in the video most of our time was spent swimming, jumping or eating. It was tons of fun. Speaking of food, we’ll give you a good look at both the food and drink menus at Mr. Sanchos so you can get a good idea of what they offer.

If you’re just interested in the Mr. Sanchos menus, you can find them at [5:07] in the video. Our time at Mr. Sanchos went by super fast, and before we knew it we were back on onboard MSC Seaside getting ready for our dinner. We had such a pleasant dinner at Ocean Cay the night before, that we decided to book it again. There were quite a few more people than the last time, but it was still really nice, and the food was terrific. We close out the vlog with a recap of the day, with ambience courtesy of a passing storm.

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