MSC Cruises has announced services for children and families on its newest ship, MSC Euribia due to sail in June, according to a company statement. According to MSC Cruises’ senior manager of youth entertainment, Matteo Mancini: “Designed with the latest technology and current trends in mind, we aim to meet the needs of new generations of children and their families for years to come.” Onboard entertainment reflects MSC Eurivia’s sustainability message, with new innovations and environmental elements integrated into the cruise experience. MSC Eurivia’s newly opened children’s area features her 700sqm indoor space for children and teenagers. The area consists of 7 rooms, each designed for different age groups from 0 to 17 years old. In addition, two rooms are dedicated to educating children on the importance of sustainability and the environment, and one room is dedicated to innovation in the digital age.
There will be programming from 9am until midnight.
Here are a few highlights of the new offerings from MSC Eurivia’s:
Baby Club Chicco Eco: Chicco Eco + Baby Club collaborates with the well-known baby brand Chicco to provide a playground for babies under 3 years old. This space will feature eco-friendly toys made from 80% recycled plastic or 67% organic and recycled plastic.
MSC Foundation Youth Center: A space where children can participate in educational activities and learn more about the importance of the environment, the programs and objectives of the MSC Foundation.
Teens Club Extra Space: A space for teens with a variety of games including PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X, Nintendo Switch, VR, foosball and table tennis.
World Quest: A game show featuring quizzes and prizes based on world geography and trivia.
Caravaggio: An art-themed spy game show. Guests investigate a museum robbery to find stolen paintings and catch the thief.