MSC Cruises Adds New Activities to Its Kids' Club Program

MSC Cruises enhanced its Kids’ Club programs through the addition of new activities and expanded access to the latest technology.

In addition to adding to the sporting, arts and crafts and theater activities, MSC Cruises is offering Microsoft Xbox Kinetic, Nintendo Wii and a variety of games from which to choose. The teen corner now includes a docking station for iPods, iPhones, iPads and USB readers, and a social corner connected to Net TV and with Bluetooth keyboards.

For parents, MSC Cruises is offering a broader choice of family events (ranging from parades to scavenger hunts), and extended Kids’ Club hours from 9 a.m.-11 p.m. Pagers and beepers will be available for rent for the parents/supervising adults of children who are three to five years old, children with special medical conditions and children with special needs.

Four separate Kids’ Club programs are available for young guests, each tailored to a specific age group:

  • Mini Club: 3-6 year olds
  • Junior Club: 7-11 year olds
  • Y-Team: 12-14 year olds
  • MSC Generation Teen Club: 15-17 year olds

MSC Cruises also is introducing a daily Nanny’s Hour from 9-10 a.m., with games and activities for children ages 10-36 months and their parents.

On each cruise, a special performance will be held in the theater for children under 12 and their parents. Kids will also be able to show off their own theatrical skills in a performance they create and stage in the theater. Additionally, kids ages 11 and younger sail free and kids ages 12-17 sail at a reduced rate on every MSC Cruises sailing when sharing a stateroom with two full-fare-paying adults; government fees and taxes are additional and certain restrictions may apply.

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