MSC Cruises said the MSC World America, a ship coming in April 2025, will feature seven districts.

The World America, which will sail seven-day Caribbean cruises from Miami, will be the second ship in MSC’s World class. However, it will be the first with districts.

The World America’s districts will include a private retreat, an adults-only area, a family zone and multiple hubs for entertainment. 

The Family Aventura district, located on the top deck, will include a park for families called The Harbor. The district will have a ropes course, a family area and a playground modeled after the lighthouse at Ocean Cay, MSC’s private island. The area will also have an attraction for which MSC has yet to reveal details. Food and drink will be available in the Family Aventura district. 

Family Aventura will also feature the Doremiland kids club with activities for children ranging from babies to teenagers. The district will also have bumper cars, a roller rink, a waterpark with slides offering a virtual-realty experience and a dry slide. 

The World America’s Aqua Deck district will have two main pools and have wellness offerings. A tranquil atmosphere in the morning will transition to an upbeat vibe in the afternoon and escalate to a high-energy party at night.

The adults-only Zen district will sit at the stern of the ship and is designed for relaxation and rejuvenation. It will serve as a quiet spot for sunbathing and swimming as light music plays. 

The MSC Yacht Club will serve also as a district. The private retreat that exists on other MSC vessels will offer a ship-within-a-ship experience for guests who will receive personalized attention, 24/7 butler service, priority embarkation and disembarkation, and access to exclusive lounge and dining areas.

The Galleria district at the heart of the ship will offer dining, shopping, games, live music, coffee and snacks. The area will feature a ceiling with LED and kinetic light. The MSC Luna Park Arena will be a high-tech entertainment venue for hosting parties and game shows.

The Terraces district will have nine restaurants and bars, four retail shops and a comedy club that also has dueling pianos and late-night karaoke. The Terraces will include a mix of indoor and outdoor venues.

The Promenade outdoor area, accented by a spiral 11-deck dry slide, will offer a coffee bar with selections from around the world, evening activities, drink and dinner options.

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