MSC Divina Cruise Review to Caribbean - Eastern

Contributor Level: Third Mate

Experience
4-6 cruises

Review
1

Helpful Votes
8

1 out of 5

Worst Cruiseline EVER

Sail Date: May 03, 2014

Reviewed: 2 years ago

Traveled As: Singles/Friends

Room Type: Inside

Ive been on a few cruises mostly to the carribeian and mexico.  Cruised on MSC, Royal Carribian, Holland, Carnival and Princess.  MSC Cruises are by far the worst of the bunch, I went on the MSC Divina.  It started with the billing for the cruise with an advertised price of $299 each and ended up costing over $600 each for an interior stateroom.  Charges kept hitting my CC even after the trip was done.

 

Food was horrific, couldnt wait to get to shore to get something decent to eat.  Service was horrendus.  Obvious the employees didnt enjoy their jobs.  But worst of all the ship was disgustingly dirty and there where bed bugs.

 

Just because its a discount cruise ship doesnt mean it should be an utterly horrible experience.  Pay the extra and go with either Royal Carribian or Carnival.

Ship Quality
Dirty
Food and Dining
Horrible. Better to wait and eat on shore
Cabin / Stateroom
Smelly and dirty
Service and Staff
Staff looked and acted like they hated their jobs
Entertainment
Better entertainment at a High School talent show
Onboard Activities
Worst of all cruises Ive been on
Destinations and Excursions

Tip

Don't go!!!!



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