MSC World America to offer largest MSC Yacht Club service


MSC World America to offer largest MSC Yacht Club service

Thursday, 16 May, 2024 0

MSC Cruises’ upcoming new US flagship will offer the line’s largest MSC Yacht Club ‘ship with a ship’ concept in the US market.

MSC World America launches in April 2025.

The new ship will also be the first to feature seven onboard districts.

One of these is the MSC Yacht Club, a secluded sanctuary with 152 luxury suites where guests get personalised service and exclusive spaces.

Cristian Comirla, Brand Performance Director, MSC Yacht Club said, “MSC World America will take our MSC Yacht Club product to new heights as the largest in the North American market.”

MSC Yacht Club highlights include an expansive sundeck, Multi-room Owner Suites with a separate living and dining area and a spacious private terrace with a hot tub and al fresco dining area.

There are also Duplex Suites spanning two decks perfect for families or larger groups.

The MSC Yacht Club concept was first introduced in 2008. Yacht Club guests have priority embarkation, a dedicated concierge team, personalised butler service round the clock service and private areas.

It is inclusive of a premium beverage package, high-speed internet, thermal spa access and priority access to the ship’s entertainment venues.

From April 2025, MSC World America will sail to Ocean Cay MSC Marine Reserve, which is being updated and ready prior to the ship’s launch.

Additional amenities include a private beach area featuring sunbeds and cabanas with butler service.

  

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