Last week, my business partner, Tricia, and I were invited to tour MSC Cruise Line’s ship, Divina.
The Divina was docked in New York City, making her way up the US coastline from Miami, headed to Europe for the summer. In the Fall, Divina will sail year round from Miami with ports of call in the Caribbean and Bermuda. This event was scheduled to showcase how MSC has designed this ship Keeping the North American guests in mind. There are plenty of activities, pools, and dining options on board as well as cleverly designed kids clubs and adult spaces. One attractive feature is the price point on Divina starts at $499 per person!
We began our tour with a gasp- first seeing Divina’s Swaroski Crystal Staircase- with each step valued at $30,000!
The Divina Reception area on Deck 5 is stunning. Here you will also find a piano, The Divina Bar and a Cyber Cafe.
The first place we were headed to was to see a stateroom- an ocean view stateroom just down the hall, #5048. This room sleeps 4, with the third and forth guests sleeping in bunks that are hidden in the ceiling! We found the rooms to be pretty spacious and well laid out, nice and light too.
Next up, the kids’ spaces.Did you know MSC has a “kids under 11 sail free” policy? Kids sailing in a stateroom with two qualifying adults sail free!
Here is a sample of what is available:
The younger kids have a separate space that even includes some outdoor space, Wii, legoes, and so much more!
So where can the adults go to have some fun? Stay tuned for more of our tour!