MSC Cruises recently announced details of its completely redesigned kids’ area and a line-up of brand-new entertainment onboard MSC Seashore, its new flagship scheduled to arrive in Miami this November.
The Kids’ Clubs are available according to age group: Baby Club, in partnership with Chicco, for toddlers up to 3 years; Mini Club and Juniors Club, for 3–11 years of age; and Young Club and Teen, with the new TEENS LAB, a tech-filled room, for 12–17 years of age.
MSC Seashore’s kids’ area boasts six newly designed, space-themed rooms. The futuristic area is full of planets, fluorescent colors and technology, with MSC Cruises’ mascot Doremi personally greeting children. Young media lovers will appreciate The Studio, including a cinema, live TV studio and a console room.
New activities include:
- TLS Teens Late Show allowing young guests and teens to be part of the cast of a “late show” dedicated to them
- MSC Music Game: In conjunction with Jumpcut Media, this game show is dedicated to music and suitable for all ages
- DOREMILAND, The Documentary: A behind-the-scenes look at children and families on MSC Cruises throughout the years
Classic entertainment making a return on the new flagship include The Lego Experience; the live entertainment Cabin 12006 – The Experience; MSC Dance Crew; the augmented reality game, MSC Fire & Ice; Dorebro Sports; and MSC Foundation Junior Ambassadors.
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