Multigenerational holidays with MSC Cruises
An all-inclusive cruise with MSC Cruises is the perfect way for several generations of your family to go on holiday together.
Finding a holiday that will perfectly suit everyone in your family can be hard, but an all-inclusive cruise could be the answer.
MSC Cruises offers itineraries aboard ships that will keep you, your grown-up children and the grandkids happy. And a drinks package on top will be the icing on the cake.
MSC Cruises’ ships have entertainment to suit all age groups and despite holidaying together, you may find you all go off and do your own thing at points during the cruise. For younger kids, the personal highlight may be the water slide, while you enjoy a history tour. Mum and dad will probably just enjoy a bit of time to themselves while the children are at the Kids’ Club.
At the end of the day, you can all come together over dinner and swap stories about the great experiences you have had. For close-knit families, there is the option of interconnecting cabins, so you can easily pop by and make arrangements for the day. Everyone can still have their own space, but be close enough to be convenient.
One of the benefits of cruising with MSC is that there are so many drinks packages to choose from. This means you can pick the one that is tailored towards your needs and how much you will realistically want to drink, whether its fine wine, premium beer, cocktails , orange juice or all of it!
MSC Cruises has won awards for its All-inclusive package, meaning an all-inclusive cruise will keep everyone happy. While the adults will be able to enjoy their favourite alcoholic beverages, younger members of the family will be more than impressed with the selection of milkshakes available.
With the drinks taken care of, you will be free to enjoy everything that the ship has to offer. This could be watching your teenage grandchild learning to DJ in a masterclass or indulging in a Balinese-style massage at the spa.
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