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When it debuts, MSC World Europe won’t be the world’s biggest cruise ship, but it will be among the largest. At 22 decks, the ship will have four more decks than Royal Caribbean‘s Symphony of the Seas, the largest ship by tonnage — the official measure of "bigness." At 1,093 feet long, it will be the longest ship in the MSC Cruises fleet. And, depending on the sailing, Europa just may hold more passengers than any other ship, if you're game for sailing on a megaship. Use our Ship Discovery Tool to see the world's largest cruise ships currently at sea.
The ship will feature 13 dining venue, including six specialty restaurants. Announced dining venues for the ship include:
World Europa features six pools and 14 whirlpools, making it one of the most pool-covered ships at sea. One of the ship's signature features will be The Spiral, a dry slide that plunges 11 decks from near the top of the ship to the promenade area. (Yee-oww!) The long Y-shaped aft promenade will be half open to the sky and half-covered by an LED “sky screen” that lights up with different displays throughout the day.
Guests can also emoy the kind of high-quality, full-scale productions on stage that they have come to expect from MSC Cruises, as well as new immersive performance venues, including Luna Park Studio, a multifunctional venue with 300 seats and built to host a variety of performances and events.
Kids will enjoy the Aquapark with several waterslides that MSC Cruises said will integrate virtual reality technology. The MSC Kids Club features state-of-the-art facilities for kids with a dedicated area of the ship as well as a range of kids’ clubs and tailor-made programs designed for each age group. There's also a family sundeck.
And don't forget MSC Aurea Spa, one of the best at sea with more than 10,800 square feet to relax and rejuvenate. The Balinese-style spa includes a thermal area, gym, beauty salon and barber shop.
The ship offers a wide variety of bars, lounges and cafes to match any mood. We're looking forward to checking out the Masters of the Sea Pub, which spans two decks and represents MSC Cruises' introduction of a craft beer bar that serves beer made on board.
Other venues include:
The ship features a total of 2,630 staterooms in 19 different categories — 65 percent of which have balconies.
Cabin categories include:
The MSC Yacht Club, the cruise line's ship-within-a-ship VIP concept, offers guests a private experience including its own restaurant, lounge and bar, pool and more. Guests of MSC Yacht Club receive 24-hour butler service, complimentary drinks, free Wi-Fi, free access to the thermal suite in MSC Aurea Spa, and an abundance of all-inclusive amenities.
MSC World Europa is the first LNG-propelled ship in the MSC Cruises fleet and features a new generation wastewater treatment system as well other advanced environmental technology.
The LNG-powered engines provide for the following:
We'll update this article as MSC World Europa's debut draws nearer.
This will be the first of four sister ships scheduled to debut between 2022 and 2027 that will make up a new class for MSC Cruises called the MSC World Class.
Bookings are now open. For pricing, itinerary information and to reserve your spot on MSC World Europa, contact a Cruiseable travel consultant by email or call 1-877-322-3773.