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MSC Euribia to house 700 sq m space for youngsters

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Two rooms will be devoted to sustainability to help educate children on the importance of the environment, and one to technological innovation in our digital age
Some 700 square metres of interior space aboard MSC Euribia will be dedicated to kids and teens, including areas focussed on the environment and technology.

The area will comprise seven rooms, each catered to different age groups between 0 – 17 years. Two rooms will be devoted to sustainability to help educate children on the importance of the environment, and one to technological innovation in our digital age.

‘Designed with the latest technology and taking into account current trends, we want to meet the needs of new generations of children and their families for years to come,’ said Matteo Mancini, youth entertainment senior manager, MSC Cruises. ‘The onboard entertainment will reflect MSC Euribia's message of sustainability, with new innovations and environmental components integrated into the cruise experience.’

On June 10, the LNG-powered ship will start its inaugural season in Northern Europe; its naming ceremony will take place on June 8 in Copenhagen.

New: baby club and interactive game show

Designed by Artsana group with a sustainability approach, the ship’s new Chicco Eco + Baby club, in partnership with baby brand, Chicco, will feature a designated play area for babies and toddlers under three years old who will be supervised by qualified crew members. Various safe and environmentally friendly toys will be available, composed of 80% recycled plastic or 67% organic and recycled plastic.

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Chicco Eco + Baby club

Another new addition is interactive game show World Quest, featuring a quiz based on worldwide geography and trivia with prizes for winners.

Immersive gaming, activity and educational rooms

An immersive spy game show dedicated to art will be found on the vessel. Named Caravaggio, it will task participants with investigating a museum art heist to seek a valuable stolen painting and attempting to catch the thief.

Teens Club Extra Space will be a fun room for teenagers containing a wide variety of games including PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X, Nintendo Switch, VR, table football and table tennis.

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Teens Club Extra Space

The MSC Foundation Youth Centre will allow children to participate in fun and educational activities to learn more about the importance of the environment while providing the option for adults to learn more about MSC Foundation’s programmes and causes.

Kids’ Clubs

In addition to the MSC Foundation Youth Centre and Baby Club Chicco Eco, MSC Euribia’s Kids’ Clubs will include Mini Club, available for children aged three to six years old, and Juniors Club, which is suitable for youngsters aged seven to 11 years old.

For older kids, there is the Young Club (12 - 14 years old,) Teens Club (15 - 17 years,) and Teens Lab (12 -17 years.)

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Teens Lab