The typical age range is mid-40s and up, and while MSC's European itineraries tend to carry 85% European and 15% "other" (including North Americans), Caribbean itineraries are almost exactly reversed, with Americans dominating. Though the line doesn't currently carry as many kids in the Caribbean as it does in Europe, expect that to change as their "kids travel free" policy for children 11 and younger becomes better known in the U.S. To accommodate the cultural mix, announcements in the Caribbean are made in English and Italian (in that order) and sometimes Spanish, French, and German as well, though they attempt to keep to a "quiet ship" policy as much as possible.
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