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Competition at sea is fierce, and MSC Cruises is counting on the ROBOTRON to give your clients on the new MSC Seascape the high-tech thrill of their lifetime.

This eye-popping amusement ride is the first of its kind on a ship and it brings rollercoaster vibes with personalized music and lighting and an adjacent jumbo video screen. It’s literally a state-of-the-art robotic arm with an attached gondola that seats three guests—flying them nearly 175 feet above the sea. The result is an adrenaline rush that gives travelers an unobstructed 360° view of the horizon as they hang over the edge of the deck, flip upside down and move in all directions. Of note is the fact riders will be able to select their desired thrill level, so it’s accessible to everyone in the family.

“We are excited to give our guests more access to cutting-edge experiences, which is why MSC Cruises’ is committed to bringing our newest ships to the U.S.,” said Rubén A. Rodríguez, president of MSC Cruises USA. “We’re the first cruise line to offer something like ROBOTRON at sea, and we can’t wait for thrill-seekers to discover the ride of their life surrounded by the beauty of the Caribbean. Our new virtual reality motorcycles and flight simulator—plus fan favorites like the MSC Formula Racer and XD Cinema—will also feature truly immersive experiences, providing the most exhilarating line-up of rides we’ve ever offered.”

Your thrill-seeking cruise clients can be the first on board by sailing MSC Seascape’s delivery trip across the Atlantic. This 17-night MSC Grand Voyage will depart Civatavecchia (Rome) on Saturday, November 19 with stops in Spain, Portugal and Bermuda prior to arriving in New York City on Monday, December 5.

MSC Seascape will be launched in New York at a glittering Naming Ceremony on December 7, 2022, and then go into service from PortMiami, offering year-round Caribbean cruises with two different itineraries:

Eastern Caribbean: Calling at Ocean Cay MSC Marine Reserve and Nassau (The Bahamas), San Juan (Puerto Rico), and Puerto Plata (Dominican Republic)

Western Caribbean: Calling at Ocean Cay MSC Marine Reserve, Cozumel (Mexico), George Town (Cayman Islands), and Ocho Rios (Jamaica)

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