MSC Cruises Details New Events and Activities For Kids and Families This Summer

MSC Cruises has announced a variety of new activities, services, and events for kids and their families on its global fleet.

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MSC Cruises is expanding its kids and family program this summer with new entertainment and offerings.

New activities and Services

Extended Services For Babies

For the first time, MSC Cruises will offer a dedicated baby care service for babies as young as six months old. Previously, the service could only accommodate those 1 and older. The extended service gives parents the freedom to enjoy the ship, safe in the knowledge that their kids are being cared for by dedicated and highly trained staff.

These services are offered in collaboration with Chicco, a longtime MSC partner, and means that all youth staff on the ships are prepared to meet all the needs of babies between 6 months and 2 years old.

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Baby Club Chicco on MSC Euribia (Photo courtesy of MSC Cruises)

Doremiland Open House and Party

Parents who want to spend quality time with their kids in the kids club now have the opportunity to do so. Each day, a time slot will be reserved where all Doremiland areas will be open. There will also be a big family party for parents and kids to play together once per voyage.

New MSC Original Family Game Shows

Among the most popular activities for families are MSC original or branded game shows in which kids are main stars, but can challenge their parents as well. After the success of MasterChef at Sea Juniors, Break the Wall, and MSC Dance Crew, two new family game shows are now available: “World Quest” — a geography-based trivia game and “Caravaggio,” a spy game show dedicated to art.

Extended Teen Club Hours

There’s now extended hours in the club for guests ages 12 to 17, ensuring they can enjoy the club every sea day from 10 am to 1 pm and again from 3 pm to midnight. On port days, the club will be open from 3 pm to midnight.

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Teen Club on MSC Seaview (Photo courtesy of MSC Cruises)

Guinness World Record Activities

After the successful trials of Guinness World Record activities on select ships, the program will now be extended to more vessels. Can you pick out the tallest, the lowest, the biggest or the strongest or are you just good at guessing? Families will have the chance to win prizes in the ultimate family record-breaking quiz show.

This show is now available on the following ships: MSC World Europa, MSC Euribia, MSC Seascape, MSC Seashore, MSC Magnifica, MSC Divina, MSC Meraviglia, MSC Virtuosa and MSC Grandiosa.

MSC Foundation Day

Families will now have the opportunity every day to take part in exclusive kids’ activities carried out in collaboration with the MSC Foundation and its partners to learn more about marine conservation initiatives. This includes one hour of activities each day dedicated to important environmental optics in which kids will be able to learn, create, and express themselves according to their interests.

Continuing Favorites

Continuing favorites found on MSC Cruises’ ships include:

  • LEGO Experience: A dedicated program featuring LEGO bricks, toys, and other activities
  • Break the Wall: A game show for the whole family
  • Cabin 12006 The Secret Game: An immersive game show experience featuring music, videos, memory games, dancing moments, and more
  • Doremiland, The Documentary: A travel talk show in the form of a documentary available on the stateroom TV in all cabins with kids and teenagers
  • MSC Dance Crew: A competition where kids and teens 10 to 17 years old battle it out to win the title of ‘dance crew of the year.’
  • MasterChef at Sea Juniors: A program that brings the popular MasterChef show to life on board in the form of a stage cooking competition
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Mini Club on MSC World Europa (Photo courtesy of MSC Cruises)

On every MSC Cruises’ ship, there are five dedicated kids clubs open for free, catering to different age groups. They are:

  • Baby Club Chicco (ages 6 months to 2 years)
  • Miniclub Lego (3 to 6 years)
  • Juniors Club Lego (7 to 11 years)
  • Young Club (12 to 14 years)
  • Teens Club (15 to 17 years)

Kids can enjoy complimentary lunch and dinner as part of the kids’ program.


What are your thoughts on the new offerings for kids and families aboard MSC Cruises this summer? Does your family usually take advantage of the clubs for kids/teens on cruise ships? Drop us an anchor below and share your thoughts!

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Sarah has been writing about the cruise industry since 2015, and in that time has taken a dozen cruises and counting. Her favorite onboard activities include trying the casual dining options, spending time in the spa’s thermal suite, and attending the love & marriage show. You can keep up with her on Instagram at @IAmSarahJaneB.
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