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MSC Grandiosa deck 18 plan (Gauguin-Kids-Teens)

Deck layout and review

Review of MSC Grandiosa deck 18 (Gauguin-Kids-Teens)

  • Note: MSC Grandiosa Deck 17 = Deck 18 (“17” is considered an unlucky number in Italy)
  • sports and kids facilities, MSC Yacht Club Suites
  • There is a new onboard sports program (called DOREBRO) and an interactive cooking class (called DOREMI Chef) lead by the Michelin chef Carlo Cracco. Both programs are designed especially for kids and teenagers.
  • DOREBRO sports program is via partnership with the UK-based King’s Active. The program targets kids and teens (3-17-years-old) and offers a variety of active sports and games into 2 daily sessions.
  • “DOREMI Chef by Carlo Cracco” is a cooking class via partnership with 2-star Michelin chef Carlo Cracco. The cooking class is led by one of the ship’s chefs, features the DOREMI mascot and targets kids ages 3-11. They can learn how to make homemade pasta from scratch and various cooking tips. Upon completion, each kid receives an official "mini-chef" certificate signed by chef Cracco himself.
  • MSC YACHT CLUB Restaurant (forward)
  • Sliding Roof (glass-dome cover over the Solarium pool area)
  • Sky Lounge & Bar
  • Reception (for the children’s facilities)
  • Doremi Lab 
  • Sportplex / Team Sport Area (sports court, upper level)
  • Baby Club Chicco (nursery / babysitting facility)
  • Mini Club Lego
  • Juniors Club Lego
  • Young Club
  • Doremi Studio
  • Attic Club
  • Teen Club
  • Horizon Bar
  • Sun Deck (aft-location outdoor area with a pool)
  • Cruise cabins from 18001 to 18019, all of which are Yacht Club DeLuxe suites.