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    Sep 2011
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MSC Divina overview

By - Updated Mar. 9, 2020

With high-end amenities and competitive fares, Divina was MSC’s first foray into the highly competitive Caribbean cruise market. Launched in 2012 and refurbished in 2017, MSC Divina features high-end amenities like the ultra-luxurious Yacht Club suites, international dining venues, a 20,000-square-foot spa, and riveting entertainment ranging from a Michael Jackson tribute show to Italian opera.

MSC Divina caters to active, fun-loving, travelers. The ship has indoor, outdoor, and adults-only pools and whirlpools. There's a waterslide, a multipurpose sports court, and an entertainment zone featuring virtual reality technology and classics like shuffleboard and foosball. For parents and couples looking to relax, there are several tranquility spaces onboard. Lounge in peace by the adults-only Garden Pool, or jump in feet first at the Aqua Park, which also hosts games, trivia, and poolside competitions. MSC throws several themed parties and special events during most cruises, and there's always late-night dancing in the Galaxy Disco. If you’d rather enjoy your vacation at a slower pace, visit one of the onboard lounges to catch up with friends while sampling Italian wines and authentic antipasti.

Cruise itineraries for MSC Divina range from three-night getaways to month-long journeys. Miami is MSC Divina's homeport for the Caribbean cruise season. From December through April, the ship visits nearly every regional destination from Aruba and Costa Rica to the Virgin Islands and MSC's all-new Ocean Cay Marine Reserve in the Bahamas. In the summer, cruises crisscross the Mediterranean with departures from Valencia, Marseille, Palma de Mallorca, and a handful of Italian cities. Additionally, Divina offers several transatlantic cruises from Miami and New York.

MSC Divina ship highlights

  • Aqua Park and Garden Pool
  • Le Sirene Pool and Solarium
  • Toboga waterslide
  • Walking track
  • Shuffleboard
  • MSC Sports Arena
  • Formula 1 simulator
  • Virtual World entertainment
  • Foosball and ping pong
  • Graffiti's Teen Club
  • I Puffi (The Smurfs) play zone
  • Junior Club childcare
  • Themed parties and galas
  • Poolside competitions
  • Twelve bars and lounges
  • Seven restaurants and buffets
  • Broadway-style Pantheon Theater
  • Yacht Club with private pool and lounge
  • Aurea Spa and thermal suite
  • Yoga and fitness classes
  • Casino Veneziano

Before you book

Why sail on MSC Divina:Experienced travelers who want a more European cruise experience and open-minded cruisers looking for a beautiful ship at a great value.

You should know: On most MSC Divina itineraries, you'll be sailing with families from all over the world, and you can expect to hear onboard announcements in up to six different languages. Those who prefer sailing with other Americans (or just an American-style cruise experience), and travelers looking for a raucous party atmosphere should look elsewhere.

MSC Divina ratings:

  • Cabin / Stateroom 4.3
  • Children's Programs 3.5
  • Destinations and Excursions 4.0
  • Embarkation and Disembarkation 4.1
  • Entertainment 4.0
  • Food and Dining 3.5
  • Onboard Activities 3.5
  • Service and Staff 3.9
  • Ship Quality 4.4

MSC Divina cabins

1751 cabins and 29 cabin categories.

Inside Cabin


(85 Reviews)
Avg. Size: 157 sq. ft. Avg. Cost: $72/night
Oceanview Cabin


(16 Reviews)
Avg. Size: 184 sq. ft. Avg. Cost: $91/night
Balcony Cabin


(252 Reviews)
Avg. Size: 200 sq. ft. Avg. Cost: $109/night
Suite Cabin


(26 Reviews)
Avg. Size: 378 sq. ft. Avg. Cost: $203/night

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MSC Divina dining

Piazza Del Doge

Piazza Del Doge

(2 Reviews)
Monitou Buffet

Monitou Buffet

(1 Review)
Black Crab Restaurant

Black Crab Restaurant

(25 Reviews)
Cafe Italia

Cafe Italia

(3 Reviews)

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MSC Divina onboard activities

La Luna Piano Bar

La Luna Piano Bar

(2 Reviews)
Pantheon Theatre

Pantheon Theatre

(20 Reviews)
La Sirene Covered Pool

La Sirene Covered Pool

(2 Reviews)
Pool Bar

Pool Bar

(2 Reviews)

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MSC Divina, March 2020 by deannasgonzales

Sail date: / Traveled as: Family (older children)
Ship: MSC Divina / Destination: Caribbean

MSC Divina is a beautiful ship that has a lot of opportunities for entertainment and relaxation. Highly recommend this ship.

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Too short! by kbegue

Sail date: / Traveled as: Family (older children)
Ship: MSC Divina / Destination: Caribbean

Overall we enjoyed our cruise and MSC cruise line. Will travel with them again.

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Not terrible by ifucanthenican

Sail date: / Traveled as: Large Group
Ship: MSC Divina / Destination: Caribbean

I'm only typing this because this is set up as a mandatory field.

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545 MSC Divina tips


Sep 09, 2014

There are two hot tubs on deck 16 towardsthe back of this ship that are never crowded. A fun place to hang out with a group of friends


Sep 05, 2014

If you want to avoid all the hustle & noise there is the Garden Pool (infinity Pool) at the back of the ship that is perfect to get away from all the madness. This is were we stayed all week.


May 23, 2014

The cookies come out at 4. You don't want to miss them because they go fast!

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