MSC Divina – MSC Cruises
In Service – 2012 to Present
Type: Cruise Ship GRT: 140000 Length: 1093 ft Beam: 125 ft
Speed: 23 knots
Registry: Italy Passengers: 3300 Crew: 1300
The MSC Divina was built as the third ship of the “Fantasia” class and went into service in 2012. It has space for up to 4.000 passengers and offers fun and variety for the whole family.
Atmosphere on board
MSC Cruises is a European cruise line with passengers from many different countries. It offers good value for money and gives a comfortable opportunity to experience a relaxed cruise. Especially during school holidays, many families with children are on board. During high season in july and august, many Italian families give the ship a lively, Italian atmosphere. In the low season everything is a little more calm and also elder guests take their chance to experience an inexpensive cruise. As there are many possibilities to spend a good time on board, all age groups can have a good holiday, just the way they like it. There is a broad offer of child care (not always English/German language can be guaranteed) and many different sports and leisure activities. Everyone should be able to find his or her favourite spot on board, if it is the big theatre, the wellness area, the disco or one of the many different bars. In addition, there is a 4D cinema, a formula 1 simulator, an internet café and a library. Hint: In the special Yacht Club suites (which can only be found on ships of the ‘Fantasia’ class) guests can expect many advantages such as the butler service, an exclusive restaurant and many included drinks.
The cuisine on the MSC Divina is good and tasty and has the standard of a good medium class ship. There are four restaurants, among those one specialty restaurant (extra charge).
The cabins on the MSC Divina are modern and comfortable. Standard cabins measure about 14 square meters (inside), 17 square meters (balcony cabin) and 25 square meters (suite with balcony).
The MSC Divina is a modern ship for everyone who loves diversification, entertainment and a “colourful” life on board. Also families will have a good time on board. The ship has a good value for money.