MSC Cruises unveils family offering for MSC World Europa 

MSC Cruises unveils family offering for MSC World Europa 

The ship will offer high-tech games, Lego adventures and drone races

When MSC Cruises launches MSC World Europa in December it will feature the line’s largest kids’ area, with new spaces, games and activities for young cruisers.  

The kids’ club will span 766m2, with seven spaces dedicated to different age groups from babies to 17 year olds. They include the new Teens Lab, which is billed as a “totally immersive, tech-filled, modern room just for teens.”

The new Lego Celebration Room utilises the line’s long-standing partnership with the toy giant, while a range of consoles, VR stations and videogames have also been added. Z Active is the new sports programme, including football, basketball and zorb ball, with pickleball and hoverboards appearing on an MSC Cruises ship for the first time.

Youngsters can also tackle the Drone Academy 2.0 drone relay race, navigating 15 obstacles, with fluro effects and glowing drones for nighttime races. 

There are a number of activities that involve the whole family, including the 3,2,1 Knock gameshow, which is inspired by Asian entertainment challenges. Families can also try the Beat The Music digital game show, which operates in a dedicated app. 

Kids’ entertainment manager Matteo Mancini said the offering has been shaped by feedback the line has received from families. He explained: “We have invested heavily in the entertainment offering for our younger guests, and we know they value the latest technology, trends and experiences.

“We have worked to introduce real innovations in both the design of the facilities as well as the development of an incredible programme of activities, all carefully planned to ensure that the differing needs of all age groups are met – from our youngest guests through to teenagers.”

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