MSC Cruises cut the steel for its 22nd ship named MSC Euribia on Monday. The ship is scheduled to enter service in June 2023.

The ship is named after Eurybia, the Greek goddess who ruled the seas.

The ship, which according to MSC is the most environmentally friendly ship to date, is being built at the Chantiers de l’Atlantique shipyard in St. Nazaire, France.

It will be MSC’s second ship that runs on liquefied natural gas (LNG) and will be equipped with solutions to minimize environmental impact, the shipping company announced. They include an underwater radiated noise management system, as well as hull and engine room designs that minimize the acoustic impact and reduce the potential impact on marine life in the surrounding waters.

The Euribia is the second ship that MSC named in its initial phase in less than a week. On June 24th, the line said it would give her name second ship in the Seaside EVO class, the MSC Seascape when it debuts in November 2022. MSC said the ship would contain the RoboCoaster, but details are yet to be announced.