MSC Cruises’ newest ship, World Europa, to boast the largest kids' area in the fleet

   July 2, 2022 ,   Cruise Industry

Family-owned Swiss cruise company, MSC Cruises, revealed that its newest liner - MSC World Europa, which is scheduled to debut in December 2022 in the Middle East, will boast the fleet’s largest kids' area.

The area is expected to occupy 766 m2 (8245 ft2), with 7 distinct spaces dedicated to all ages up to 17.

Kids’ Entertainment Manager, Matteo Mancini, said they had invested heavily in the entertainment offering for their younger guests, and they knew kids valued 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.”

New activities onboard MSC World Europa include 3,2,1 Knock (an Asian-inspired game show), the Lego Celebration Room, Beat the Music (promising to connect parents and children by making them guess popular songs), and a new sports program for kids & teenagers - Z Active - among others.

Alongside new programs, tried and trusted activities will be returning to World Europa. Guests can look forward to popular favorites like Cabin 12006 – a live entertainment experience, with 7 different activities including a casting session with performances and a family game show.

MSC World Europa cruise ship

MSC World Europa is the first ship of the MSC World Class with max passenger capacity 6774. The new flagship will sail 7-night cruises until March 2023 from Dubai to Abu Dhabi and Sir Bani Yas Island in the UAE, Doha in Qatar, and Dammam (Riyadh) in Saudi Arabia.

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