MSC Divina is Back on the High Seas: Cruises from Miami to the Caribbean and Europe


Starting from November 2015, the MSC Divina will again begin to travel from Miami to the Caribbean. With a number of new destinations added to the ship’s itinerary, the MSC Divina will allow a wider audience to take once-in-a-lifetime cruises from Miami to the Caribbean.

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The MSC Divina cruise ship has the capacity for up to 3,502 guests. The redeployed cruise ship will leave its home port in Miami and travel to the Caribbean, hitting 3-4 ports during the seven-day trips. The cruises will alternate between the Divina’s standard western and the new eastern Caribbean route, which will allow guests to enjoy longer voyages of up to 14 nights.

The ports of call mentioned in the seven-night itinerary include San Juan, Puerto Rico, Philipsburg, St. Maarten and Nassau in the Bahamas in the eastern Caribbean route. On the western side, the cruise will hit ports in Jamaica (Ocho Rios), Cayman Islands (Georgetown), Mexico (Cozumel) and the Bahamas (Nassau).

After the completion of the Caribbean season the ship returns to Europe in April 2016. The Mediterranean itinerary includes ports such as Ajaccio in Corsica, Cannes in the French Riviera, Palma de Mallorca and Barcelona in Spain, Naples, La Spezia and Genoa in Italy.

The MSC Divina has been highly rated by passengers and travel agents alike. Maintaining the highest standards of luxury and comfort, the MSC Divina provides passengers an excellent experience on the Caribbean seas. The 7 or even the 14-night journey is sure going to be a life-changing experience, so the booking your MSC Divina cruise should be the top priority on your today’s to-do list.

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