MSC Cruises has added a new sports programme and two-Michelin-starred-endorsed children’s cooking class to its family options.
New this summer is a DOREBRO sports programme, an onboard entertainment innovation designed especially for children who love sport.
Children from three-11 years of age and teens aged 12-17 can join the programme, on most MSC Cruises ships sailing in the Mediterranean and the Caribbean.
The programme has been designed in collaboration with King’s Active, a UK-based company that creates engaging and fun youth sporting activities.
In addition, MSC Cruises has introduced ‘DOREMI Chef by Carlo Cracco’, a cooking class designed in collaboration with the two-starred Michelin chef Carlo Cracco.
Led by MSC Cruises chefs and the onboard MSC Cruises mascot DOREMI, children will learn skills including how to make pasta from scratch while receiving plenty of cooking hints and tips from the globally renowned chef.
Upon completion of the course, each child will receive an official mini-chef certificate signed by Carlo Cracco himself.
CEO Gianni Onorato said: “Activities for children and other family-related services have always been at the very core of our guest offering and are strengthened on an ongoing basis by further additions.”
MSC Cruises also offers its guests a wide range of onboard entertainment especially for children, developed in collaboration with the LEGO Group.
As part of this ongoing relationship, LEGO Group has also recently launched a very special LEGO® MSC Cruises toy of MSC Meraviglia, the company’s new next-generation smart ship that launches in June 2017. The toy is available to buy on board.