MSC Cruises’ first Seaside-class ship made her entrance in Malta’s Grand Harbour at first light on Monday morning.

The vessel is sailing in the Mediterranean for the first time since her launch back in 2017.

As the lead vessel of the Seaside class, the vessel’s name reflects this, and is touted as having rewritten the rule book of cruise ship design, combining indoor and outdoor areas to connect passengers with the sea like never before.

The cruise liner industry was severely impacted by COVID-19, and, as Malta plans to reopen to international tourism come 1st June, and the global vaccination race continues, the business community is pinning its hopes on a busy summer for tourism numbers.

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