Starting the New Year with an achievement is a great way to celebrate the summer and in this month’s issue of Porthole Cruise USA Magazine, Editor-in-Chief Bill Panoff singles out MSC Cruises’ MSC Divina, which recently debuted in Miami, as “Best Caribbean Newcomer.”
When MSC Divina arrived in Port Miami on November 20, 2013, she became the first Fantasia class ship to sail from North America and the first MSC Cruises ship to offer year-round Caribbean sailings.
Divinely inspired by Sophia Loren, the godmother of the MSC fleet, MSC Divina offers stunning new features, such as two Eataly restaurants – the upscale Ristorante Italia and spectacular regional Eataly Steakhouse fashioned after the famed restaurant in Eataly’s Manhattan location – and artisanal marketplace, and is the first ship to offer Aqua Cycling at sea. The 1,751-cabin ship boasts 322,900 square feet of public spaces including 18 bars and lounges, five swimming pools, a bowling alley, gym and exotic Aurea Spa, 4D Theater, a Formula 1 racecar simulator, and a new Segafredo Zanetti gourmet coffee bar.
MSC Divina also features the MSC Yacht Club, an innovative “ship-within-a-ship” concept with 69 suites on board. MSC Yacht Club guests can indulge in comfort and convenience, from their own personal Butler and 24-hour concierge service to complimentary wines and spirits available any time of the day throughout MSC Yacht Club’s exclusive lounges and pool area.
Celebrate this achievement with MSC Cruises HOT money-saving “2 for 1” Caribbean cruise offer.
The special applies to a seven-night cruise aboard MSC Divina on May 3, 2014, price for two people starting from $1049 per couple twin share.
The cruise, which begins and ends in Miami, will call on such popular ports as Philipsburg on the island of St Maarten, San Juan on Puerto Rico and the Great Stirrup Cay in the Bahamas.
Price includes meals and entertainment on board, an invitation to attend the Captain’s cocktail party and gala dinners and port charges for two adults. As with all MSC Cruises departures year round, children under 18 years will cruise free when travelling in the same cabin as their parents.