MSC Divina arriving San Juan for 1st time later this month
The MSC Divina cruise ship recently bade farewell to Venice and embarked on an 18-night voyage to Miami, where it will become the first Fantasia class ship to sail from North America and the first MSC cruise ship to offer year-round Caribbean sailings.
Travelers on board will enjoy time at sea as well as calls to the ports of Valletta, Malta, Malaga, Spain, Funchal, Portugal, the Azores Islands, Philipsburg, St Maarten, Charlotte Amalie, St. Thomas and San Juan, before sailing into the sunshine state on Nov. 19.
With its sleek and sophisticated Italian design and recently launched partnerships with other Italian brands including, Segafredo, Venchi, Nutella, Campari, Martini and Eataly, MSC Divina sets sail as a true Italian ambassador, bringing the best of Italy to those on board and to the diverse mix of U.S. and international travelers who will enjoy its Caribbean journeys over the coming year, the company said.
Christened by actress Sophia Loren, MSC Divina features 1,751 staterooms, 322,900 square feet of public space, a casino, seven restaurants, 18 bars and lounges, five swimming pools (including an infinity pool), a bowling alley, theater, gym, spa, internet cafe, conference center, kids and teen areas, and the lines signature ship within a ship, MSC Yacht Club.