Robotron Ride to Debut Onboard MSC Seascape This December

MSC Cruises’ new U.S. flagship, MSC Seascape, will be packed with high-tech fun. The company has unveiled a range of advanced onboard entertainment options, including Robotron, an amusement ride that combines the rush of a rollercoaster with personalized music and lighting. The ship will also have two new VR experiences and additional high-tech entertainment for thrill-seekers of all ages.

Robotron is a robotic arm with an attached gondola that seats three guests–flying them nearly 175 feet above the sea. The adrenaline-pumping experience gives riders a 360-degree view of the horizon as they hang over the edge of the deck, flip upside down and move in all directions. Riders will be able to select their desired thrill level, ranging from family-friendly to high-intensity. They can also set the mood with colored lights and music preferences. Coupled with the adjacent video screen, Robotron acts as a moving DJ booth, with the rhythm and bass visualized as colorful patterns and pulses of light while the robotic arm bounces and twists in tempo.


Other high-tech entertainment features on board MSC Seascape include the VR 360° Flight Simulator, a ride that offers a virtual motion experience, complete with VR headsets and impressive special effects. Guests can choose from various worlds to dive into a thrill-ride.

Guests with a need for speed will love MSC Seascape’s new VR Motorcycles, where players will be transported to the racetrack with wind and water effects to complete the experience.

MSC Formula Racer is ideal for car racing enthusiasts. This activity puts guests in the driver’s seat for a thrilling racing simulation game with realistic effects. 

With Immersive XD Cinema, guests will put on their 3-D glasses and dive into alternate worlds where players will battle it out against zombies and skeletons. Only one player can be crowned the victor.

The 17-night “MSC Grand Voyage” aboard MSC Seascape will departing Civitavecchia on November 19 with stops in Spain, Portugal and Bermuda prior to arriving in New York City on December 5.

MSC Seascape’s naming ceremony will be held in New York on December 7, 2022 before the ship starts operations from PortMiami, offering year-round Caribbean cruises with two itineraries. The “Eastern Caribbean” itinerary will call at Ocean Cay MSC Marine Reserve and Nassau, San Juan and Puerto Plata. The “Western Caribbean” itinerary will call at Ocean Cay MSC Marine Reserve, Cozumel, George Town and Ocho Rios.

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