Planning Your Cruise
MSC tries to manage a simple set of guidelines for their sailings, meaning fairly casual dress for the most part. You may enjoy a "Gala" night or 2 during your sailing during your week on board. Flip-flops are OK for the pool decks, but bring something closer to country club casual for evenings. You’ll also want to dig deep in the closet for something 70s or an all-white outfit for themed nights during your cruise. As with many modern lines, expect to keep the swim wear out of the dining rooms and that you'll need footwear everywhere except the top deck.
For most itineraries on the Seaview, MSC carries a per person daily rate of US$12.50 for passengers aged 12+ and US$6.25 for children 2-11. MSC does not charge a service fee for infants under the age of 2, just remember that age is measured from the date of disembarkation. Select itineraries such as MSC Grand Voyages or MSC World Cruises can carry a different rate applied in euros, €10 per person for guests 12 and up, €5 per person for children 2 and up. You should be able to settle or adjust your account up to the final night of your sailing.
What to do in Port
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