This is a photo tour of MSC Divina, a 139,400-ton cruise ship from MSC Cruises that was launched in 2012.
In Fall 2013, the ship made it’s North American debut. MSC Divina was a major milestone for MSC Cruises as it was the first ship to sail in the North American market year-round. Previously, the line had a seasonal ship in South Florida.
Like other MSC ships, this ship also has dazzling decor. Some notable features on MSC Divina are the three pools (midship, solarium, and aft), the Yacht Club, and while sailing the Caribbean, she calls at the new Ocean Cay MSC Marine Reserve private island.
PHOTO TOUR: Ocean Cay MSC Marine Reserve
The Fantasia-class ship currently splits time between Europe and North America. When Divina returns from Europe in fall 2020, she will be based from Port Miami year-round.
In early 2020 we had a chance to sail MSC Divina on a three-night cruise. Here are some highlights of the ship.
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