Due to join the MSC fleet in May, Divina is set to take the line’s Fantasia class of ships to the extreme. She is bursting at the seams with amazing on board features and at 139,400 ton she will be the largest in the MSC fleet.
So what can we all expect from this beautiful monster, well, just like her sister ships she will feature the exclusive MSC Yacht Club compromising of 69 suites. Here guests can indulge in the most comfortable setting imaginable. You will have your own personal butler; complimentary wines and spirits that I might add are available round the clock from the club’s exclusive pool area and bars. You will also find a number of other areas which are only for Yacht Club members; this includes Le Muse panoramic restaurant, pool and relaxation area.
Whether you book a Yacht Club suite or not you can still take advantage of plenty other areas on board including the MSC Aurea Spa, virtual Formula 1 racing, a huge theatre with space for over 1,500 guests, outdoor water park with fountains, pool bar and whirlpool spa’s. One area of this ship set to impress is the Infinity Garden Pool and beach zone. Located at the aft of the ship this area is said to be truly stunning and will offer amazing views of the ship’s wake.
MSC Divina is not just full of mod cons for the passengers to enjoy, oh no! She is also fitted with a great fresh water system that actually requires 40 percent less power along with hugely powerful propulsion motors and a state of the art HVAC system (Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning)
Divina is set to be christened on May 26th and will depart May 27th for her maiden voyage. This being a six night cruise to Venice calling at Civitavecchia, Messina, Valetta and Dubrovnik.
Want to see more of MSC Divina then check out the video below, some amazing footage of her build and float out.