The 6780-passenger ship MSC World Europa (the first of MSC Cruises’ WORLD-class series) will boast a multi-functional venue, 5 new theatre productions and unique experiences that will be part of the entertainment offering onboard.
Strictly Come Dancingchampion Flavia Cacace-Mistry is expected to oversee 3 bespoke classes through a digital dance academy in the multi-purpose Luna Park Area which during the day will host activities for all ages including a virtual reality drone academy, a ‘Wake Up Rave’ for the youngest guests and 2 new interactive gameshows.
Passengers will have the chance to participate in a series of challenges that are aimed at breaking Guinness World Record titles through an evening large scale show and many daytime events.
3 interactive concerts will feature at night including a K Pop party show, Symphonic Ibiza, and film-themed stunt show.
The World Theatre will stage brand new shows focused on the sea, sustainability, travel, and theatre.
Music-themed experiences will be run at the aft-based Panorama Lounge.
Actors, artists, and musicians will contribute to street theatre around the liner.
According to Global head of entertainment, Steve Leatham, the brand-new interactive entertainment featured onboard MSC World Europa would be unlike anything that guests had ever experienced, combining unique specially designed venues and futuristic technology.
“From surprise moments that will take place during the entirety of the cruise to spectacular shows and state-of the-art venues, our guests will be blown away by the abundance of fantastic entertainment options on board as they find themselves at the heart of productions and immerse themselves in incredible performances and activities.”
MSC World Europa will set sail on the Maiden Voyage on December 20th, offering 7-night voyages to Doha Qatar, Abu Dhabi, Dubai (Port Rashid-Dubai Harbour, UAE), Sir Bani Yas Island, and Dammam (Saudi Arabia, Riyadh).
From March 2023, the newbuild will relocate to the Mediterranean (RepositionCruises.com) for 7-night voyages visiting Genoa (Milan), Messina Sicily, and Naples, as well as Valletta Malta, Barcelona Spain, and Marseille France.