CruiseThe AI-STEAM Exploration Camp at Sea on the Adora Magic City aims to provide children with unique educational experiences.

Adora Cruises to offer a kid-friendly blockbuster experience

The collaboration combines AI-STEAM curricula, games, activities, competitions, and a free play zone.
The collaboration combines AI-STEAM curricula, games, activities, competitions, and a free play zone.

Adora Cruises has announced a strategic partnership with Bloks, a Chinese building blocks brand, to establish the first-ever "AI-STEAM Exploration Camp at Sea" on board the Adora Magic City, the inaugural Chinese-built large cruise ship.

Bloks is known for its integration of technology and Chinese culture in its building block system.

The collaboration between Adora Cruises and Bloks aims to offer a distinctive educational and entertainment experience. The "AI-STEAM Sea Exploration Camp" will provide children on board with AI-STEAM curricula, games, activities, competitions, and a designated free play zone. It seeks to pioneer a new form of cruise edutainment, combining educational games and a fun STEAM environment.

The Adora Magic City, currently under construction at SWS, is a 323.6m long, 135,500-ton ship capable of accommodating up to 5,246 passengers. Apart from the "AI-STEAM Sea Exploration Camp," the vessel will feature an array of family-friendly amenities, including a water park with three slides spanning four decks, a 360-degree sea view rope garden, and a realistic VR game center. Additionally, the ship will provide specialised services such as themed kids' cabins, children's catering, and themed parties.

Scheduled to commence operations by the end of 2023, the Adora Magic City will have Shanghai as its home port during its inaugural season. Simultaneously, Adora Cruises has initiated the design and construction phase for its second Chinese-built large cruise ship.

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