So, she is finally here, the MSC Divina was officially christened yesterday in Marseille by Sophia Loren and will leave today on her maiden voyage.
With MSC Divina, MSC Crociere aim to bring out your passion for the Mediterranean Sea, the family owned cruise line have been in the business for many years and know exactly how to tempt you with the beauty that is the Mediterranean.
As mentioned on the MSC website – Discover a cruise like no other on the spectacular floating city that is MSC Divina – a superb holiday destination in her own right, offering something for everyone at all times.
So you can explore the Mediterranean as she has never been experienced before, from the beauty of a ship that’s simply divine.
I think that more or less says it all really.
Not only is the MSC Divina jam packed with state of the art facilities and technology but there is also a rather special suite on deck 16, suite number 16007. This space was designed by and for, none other than Sophia Loren herself. The suite is that of a modern luxurious apartment mixed with vintage Hollywood glamour. The red colour scheme gives this space a warm and vibrant feeling and, this mixed with the vintage shots of Sophia Loren that adorn the walls really make the suite take on the wow factor. A truly wonderful space on board a ship just as impressive.
On board guests can find all the signature MSC facilities along with the famous Aurea Spa, an infinity pool, 12 whirlpool’s and more than enough dining areas. What more could you want?
MSC Divina is now the largest ship within the MSC Cruises fleet, she tips the scales at a staggering 139,400 tonnes. She can comfortably hold approx 3,502 passengers and 1,370 crew. In all there are 18 decks, 14 of which are passenger decks and she is fitted with 1,751 cabins.
MSC Divina will set sail today from Marseille on her maiden Mediterranean voyage. She will set courses for Civitavecchia, Italy, and depart at roughly 4pm. Passengers can then look forward to calls in Messina and Valetta before enjoying a day at sea, followed by a call to Dubrovnik and her final stop Venice.
I am sure guests who chose to cruise on MSC Divina will not be disappointed, although she joins the lines Fantasia class of ship, she really stands alone, a class all her own.
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