The Black Crab Restaurant on board the MSC Divina is one of the 2 main dining rooms included in your cruise fare. The space is huge- across 2 levels, seating over 1,100 people. On MSC Divina, you are assigned a main dining room for the duration of your cruise either The Black Crab or Villa Rosa. Both serve exactly the same menu, the Black Crab being the largest of the two. The menu changes daily, serving breakfast, lunch and dinner (with two dinner seatings) with an emphasis on Mediterranean and North American dishes.
After seeing the Black Crab we ran into the ships mascots- The Lego Sailor (Legoes are featured in the kids’ spaces) and MSC’s DoReMi.
Nest we headed to the Gelateria! On an Italian ship, this area was something we were all looking forward to seeing. MSC Divina serves 26 flavors of Venchi Gelato – and depending on the package you choose- it is included in your cruise fare!
You can also buy some noon-frozen treat as well on board… All conviently located in the shopping district of the ship. There is also an entrance to the Venetian themed casino, Casino Veneziano, nearby. The Casino seats 323 in nearly 11,000 square feet! We then visited the State-of-the-art Pantheon Theatre which seats 1,603 in 22,454 square feet (with none of the seats blocked by beams, etc)! Every night there is an amazing production ranging from opera singers, aerialists, comedians, and Broadway style Musicals.