MSC WORLD EUROPAWELCOME TO
THE FUTURE OF CRUISING
THE FUTURE OF CRUISING IS COMING
MSC World Europa was not built to sail the world. She was built to change it.
As the first in her class, she is a modern cruise ship unlike any other, pushing the boundaries of what is possible at sea. She breaks record, sets new standards, and is our most sustainable and futuristic cruise ship ever. Powered by cleaner fuel, and with green technology integrated throughout the ship, she is a statement of our commitment to the future of this planet.
Welcome to the future of cruising with MSC Cruises.
A more sustainable cruise
MSC World Europa was made with the future in mind. We wanted to set a new standard for the cruise industry.
As our first LNG-propelled new cruise ship, MSC World Europa is a huge step forward in that mission. This next-generation power hugely reduces emissions and marks a milestone on our journey to zero emissions operations.
Her state-of-the-art design also includes the latest water recycling technology, to purify wastewater, and propellers studied to reduce the underwater noise in respect of marine wildlife.
Futuristic cruise experience
The future of cruising isn’t just about technology: it’s about the experience too. MSC World Europa was designed to elevate the delights of a traditional cruise ship to entirely new levels.
From her sleek interior design to her 13 dining venues to her thrilling entertainment offerings, the onboard experience is like no other cruise ship. Relax in the scenic Panorama Lounge, experience the excitement of the futuristic Luna Park Arena, or lose yourself in the iconic Kinetic Dome.
From her stunning silhouette to her signature plumb bow, the futuristic MSC World Europa is as visually striking as she is innovative.
Her unique Y-Shaped open aft leads to a 104m long promenade, with incredible panoramic ocean views. The promenade also features the record breaking, longest dry slide at sea – The Venom Drop @ The Spiral – an 11-deck high stainless-steel masterpiece, unique in the cruise industry.
Travel the world with your tastebuds on MSC World Europa. The ship features brand-new concepts including Chef’s Garden Kitchen, the first hydroponic garden at sea; La Pescaderia, a Mediterranean fish restaurant; a new on-board microbrewery; and a Gin bar where you can learn mixology.
The ship also features some of our signature favourites, like our American-style steakhouse, Latin American street food inspired Hola! Tacos & Cantina, Kaito Teppanyaki & Sushi bar, and our renowned buffets.
There’s something for everyone on board MSC World Europa, from the largest waterpark in our fleet, to bumper cars, and our new surprise street performances. And with 7 swimming pools spread across the ship, including one with a sliding roof, there’s always space to relax by the water and pool deck.
For families with children, the award-winning MSC Kids Club features state-of-the-art facilities inside a dedicated area of the ship, with a range of kids’ clubs and tailor-made programs for every age group.
STATEROOMS & suites
MSC World Europa also offers an extensive range of accommodation options to satisfy every taste, from luxurious suites with stylish private facilities of MSC Yacht Club and traditional comfortable staterooms through to the brand new stateroom designs overlooking the outdoor promenade where guests can soak up the vibrant atmosphere for a truly unique experience.
The onboard entertainment offers huge variety and choice for everyone - from the fleet’s largest water park with VR technology water slides, to the Luna Park Studio, a multifunctional venue with 300 seats and built to tailor to any performance or event. And as always, the award-winning MSC family offering 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 programmes designed for each age group.
RESTAURANTS & BUFFET
The ship will feature 13 dining venues, including an incredible six specialty restaurants such as the classic American-style steakhouse Butcher’s Cut and Asian-inspired Kaito Teppanyaki Grill and Sushi Bar, as well as the newly launched Latin American street food-inspired Hola! Tacos & Cantina.
The new prototype offers an unexpected, interactive experience with two entirely new locations: the trendy Chef’s Garden Kitchen focusing on flavourful microgreens and La Pescaderia, a traditional seafood grill with alfresco seating.
Guests also have the opportunity to discover three ample restaurant-buffets on board, each offering their distinct ambiance, including a brand-new location open 24/7.
Luna park Pizza & Burger
Luna park Pizza & Burger Buffet
Bars & LoungesA wide variety of bars and cafes to match any mood such as the Masters of the Sea Pub, which be split across two decks and brew craft beer specially on board for the first time. Other concepts include the Elixir - Mixology Bar with elaborate signature cocktails, a South Asian-style tea room filled with perfumes from the East, an authentic Emporium coffee bar with selections from around the world, a widely stocked The Gin Project inspired by a real distillery, a zesty juice bar made from fresh ingredients, a gelateria with a multitude of flavours to tempt your sweet-tooth, and many more to come!
Zen Pool Bar
Chocolate Shop Jean Philippe Maury
DeckplanUse the deck plans to select your ideal cabin. The plan allows you to pinpoint the locations, while the colours distinguish the cabin category.
- WINTER 2022-2023
- Ocean View*
- Cabin for Families**
- Interior Suite
- Deluxe Suite
- Deluxe Suite
- MSC Yacht Club Royal Suite
- MSC Yacht Club Owner's Suite
- Sofa bed
- Double sofa bed
- 3rd and 4th bed are pullman beds
- 3rd bed is a pullman bed
- Terrace with Whirlpool bath
- Bunk bed or sofa that can be converted into Bunk bed (3rd and 4th beds)*.Bunk beds are not suitable for children under the age of 6.
- Stateroom for guests with disabilities or reduced mobility
- Connecting staterooms
- Gross tonnage: 205,000
- Number of passengers: 6,762
- Number of staterooms: 2,626
- Crew members: 2,138
- Lenght/Beam/Height: 333,3 m / 47 m / 68m
- Maximum Speed: 22.7 knots