Introduced in 2012, MSC Divina offers year-round sailings to the Caribbean, meaning travelers can enjoy leisurely sea days at one of the ship’s numerous public spaces, including five pools and five outdoor lounges, en route to sandy beaches and turquoise waters.
Among the largest of the MSC fleet (sharing that title with the MSC Fantasia), MSC Divina can accommodate up to 4,345 guests and 1,388 crew members, and maintains a 1-to-3 crew-to-passenger ratio. And MSC Divina offers plenty of amenities and activities to keep guests entertained. Standout facilities include a mini-golf course, a 4-D theater and three pool areas, including a 22,508-square-foot Aqua Park (which includes 150 fountains and water jets). Dining is on just as grand a scale: The ship contains six restaurants, plus 13 lounges, bars and cafes.
Passengers looking for ample space in their accommodations should consider booking a room in the MSC Yacht Club. Suites in this exclusive area of the ship range in size from 295 to 562 square feet (including balconies) and include extras like butler service and 24-hour concierge service. You’ll pay more for these staterooms, but past cruisers said the splurge is worth the additional privileges. Interior and Ocean view staterooms are slightly larger compared to other MSC ships, measuring 138 to 169 square feet, and come equipped with a TV, minibar and safe.
This Christmas, kids sail free on the exquisite MSC Divina. Plan your cruise today and call us to learn how you can qualify for $200 onboard credit, unlimited alcohol and more: (800) 675-4157