Inner Island, young people invent a cruise for the future

MSC Cruises has launched a competition for young adults between the ages of 18 and 25. At stake are 8 paid internships at the company for competitors who have offered the most original and realistic ideas. Click on our website at Taking part is easy and free.

MSC Cruises invites the young and creative from Italy, Spain, Germany and France to participate in the “Inner Island” competition and is awarding 8 paid internships at the company’s offices to the winners.
Participants must be young people aged between eighteen and twenty-five who will need to unleash their imagination to design and plan a cruise for the future, ready for submission by 3 April.

To enter, visit It only takes a few seconds to register and enter the creative challenge that takes place over several stages: design and present your ideal holiday; participate in games and aptitude tests; submit original project ideas that are realistic and innovative.
MSC Cruises is asking its young participants to become key players in its ambitious plan for future company growth which aims at improving the quality of products and services every day.

“We are well aware of the difficult challenges that young people have to face today at the beginning of their careers,” says Gianni Onorato, CEO of MSC Cruises, “this is why we want to open doors for them and nurture new talent that would otherwise remain in the shadows”
Competitors must look to the future and suggest innovative new destinations, food and drink, shows and entertainment, sport and wellness, with particular regard to cruises on board the ships of the future.

Inner Island is a fun competition designed to be demanding and stimulating whilst showcasing the winners’ talents. They will need to blend originality innovation and practicality: a complex yet perfect balance between imagination and organisation.

Participation in the Inner Island competition is completely free and open until 3 April at The winners will be announced during the month of June and paid internships will start from the second half of 2015.