About the MSC Divina
The Divina belongs to the MSC Cruise Line, which is a European based cruise line, that is now home ported in Miami and sailing full-time to the Caribbean. Since MSC Divina is now sailing with a more North American passenger base the ship received enhancements that cater to the tastes of her new clientele with enhanced entertainment programming, a sports bar and a pool-side movie screen.
MSC Divina: This MSC Fantasia Class vessel has gorgeous decor that includes marble and mirror, with Swarovski crystal-covered glass staircases and elevators. MSC Divina has the right balance of elegance that is tasteful and stays true to the MSC Cruise Lines Mediterranean background. This impressive cruise ship has 13 decks that can accommodate 3,500 passengers looking for a classy yet entertainment trip to the Caribbean.
Why cruise with this MSC cruise ship?
Entertainment on board the MSC Divina: Day time activities offer up the standard fare of poolside arts and crafts, basketball tournaments, trivia games, shuffleboard tournaments, a Formula 1 simulator complete with a life-sized race car and a 4D Cinema giving virtual roller coaster rides. At on the MSC Divina, you can karaoke at the Golden Jazz Bar watch sporting events at the Sports Bar, dance the night away at the enormous Black & White Lounge to live music, throw a few dollars into the slot machines of the casino, or take a stroll on deck for some stargazing with Divina's resident astronomer.
Spa & Fitness on the MSC Divina: This cruise ship boasts a 20,000 square foot spa area that is serene and relaxing. The spa and steam rooms are free for passengers to use with typical spa options like facials and massages that are fee-based. The MSC Divina also added a beauty salon for passengers that might want a trim or a new hairstyle to glam up for a nice evening out. The gym is fairly large also and comes well-equipped. Get in a game of basketball, soccer or tennis on the multipurpose sports court. The main pool area on this ship is spacious and has a poolside movie screen for night parties and movies. Le Sirene has a retractable roof so cruise passengers can swim even on bad weather days. The Garden Pool on the Divina offers an adult-exclusive infinity pool and a pool bar.
Family activities on the MSC Divina: There is plenty of entertainment and activities for those families traveling with kids. For supervised kid club activities, the MSC Divina has five age group categories that include crafting, painting and parades for younger kids whereas older kids can compete in basketball or soccer tournaments, sing karaoke or play some video games.
Dining on board the MSC Divina: This ship has two main dining rooms that serve breakfast lunch and dinner. For buffet style dining passengers Manitou and Calumet are actually two adjoining establishments that form one humongous buffet area serving up your standard buffet fare. For fee dining includes a steakhouse, fine Italian dining, Mediterranean fusion and all sorts of a la carte items. Enjoy some beer and wine and conversation at La Cantina di Bacco or some gelato, chocolates or pastries from Cafe Italia.
Cabins on the MSC Divina Cruise ship: Elegant and spacious, this ship, is host to 405 inside cabins and 115 oceanview cabins. For cabins with a balcony the ship has 471 rooms available, some with wheelchair access. Other accommodations include larger suites some with separate master bedrooms and living areas. All cabins have interactive flat screen TV's with on demand movies available for purchase. For families traveling with children MSC Divina has a great "kids under 11 sail free" policy with two qualifying adults. Also available on this gorgeous cruise ship is booking rooms within the exclusive Yacht Club which is almost like a ship-within-a-ship that offers travelers 24-hour butler service and private dining, spa and pool areas.