MSC Cruises has announced details on the kids and family offerings that will be found aboard its upcoming ship MSC Euribia, which is set to begin sailing this June.
The ship’s new kids’ area will span seven rooms, covering over 7,500 square feet. Two rooms will be focused on helping educate kids on the importance of the environment, and another will be focused on technological innovation in the digital age.
The kids’ clubs on MSC Euribia consist of the following:
- Chicco Eco + Baby Club — 0-2 years old
- Mini Club — 3-6 years old
- Juniors Club — 7-11 years old
- Young Club — 12-14 years old
- Teens Club — 15-17 years old
- Teens Lab — 12-17 years old
- MSC Foundation Youth Center for kids and adults
Chicco Eco + Baby Club
Designed by Artsana group with sustainability in mind, the ship’s new Chicco Eco + Baby Club is a partnership with baby brand Chicco and will feature a designated play area for babies and toddlers under three years old. The space will keep kids entertained with toys made with 80 percent recycled plastic, or 67 percent organic and recycled plastic.
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MSC Foundation Youth Center
Euribia will feature a dedicated space for kids to participate in fun and educational activities. Here, they can learn more about the importance of the environment while their parents learn about the MSC Foundation’s programs and causes.
Teens Club Extra Space
This new space will feature a room dedicated to teens, which will include Playstation 5, Xbox Series X, Nintendo Switch, VR, foosball, table tennis, and more.
The ship’s new game show is based on worldwide geography and trivia, offering guests an interactive journey on board and the opportunity to win prizes.
For the first time on board, MSC has created a spy game show dedicated to art. The immersive game will allow guests to investigate a museum art heist and attempt to catch the thief.
Kids and teens can enjoy a new sports program featuring soccer, basketball, zorb ball, pickleball, and hoverboarding.
MasterChef at Sea Juniors
Bringing the successful MasterChef TV show to life, the onboard experience will feature an exciting cooking competition on stage for kids ages five to 12.
MSC Dance Crew
The MSC Dance Crew will feature teams of guests ages 10-17 competing to win the ultimate title of dance crew of the year.
Cabin 12006 – The Secret Game
Derived from the MSC original “Cabin 12006” web series, guests will be able to participate in a game of solving mysteries on board, which will combine music, videos, Tik Tok trials, memory games, and more.
Break the Wall
An immersive high-tech game show where guests stand in front of a giant digital wall determining which surprise tests will be performed on stage, in front of a jury composed of audience members.
In the style of a documentary, an exclusive travel show featuring children and teenagers will play on in-cabin TVs. It will offer a behind-the-scenes look at MSC’s family offerings.
Drone Academy 2.0
A lively and high-tech relay race involving glowing drones and obstacles will come to life at night. The unique experience will use POV cameras and VR, allowing guests to compete in teams by navigating through 15 obstacles in the quickest time possible.
MSC Euribia is scheduled to debut this June in Europe.
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