MSC Divina Cruise Review to Caribbean

7+ cruises


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5 out of 5

MSC Divina=Favorite Ship

Sail Date: January 11, 2016

Reviewed: 8 months ago

Traveled As: Couple

Room Type: Balcony

After more than 35 cruises on 8 different cruise lines, MSC DIVINA is our #1 choice of ships. We have sailed on her 4 times and are looking forward to more.


  Even though she is a large ship, it is easy to get around and the areas are set off from each other so that they are not overwhelming. It is beautiful and elegant without being over done or stuffy.

We had 9 different shows on our 10 day cruise and each one was very well done.  My husband usually attends 1 or 2 shows on a cruise but he didn't miss any on here.  The sound system, costumes, simple scenery and quality of performers were outstanding. The lounge acts after the shows were also very well attended and the theater performers often joined in.

Drink vouchers save money without having to buy expensive packages for everyone in your cabin.  If they improved the dinner food quality...medium rare is a lost concept...everything would be 5 stars! Service with a smile in all areas.


Cabin / Stateroom
We had an accessible cabin and it was outstanding. No extra charge for an aft balcony.
Even though similar acts were repeated in some of the shows, we enjoyed all. The lounge acts were also top quality.
Service and Staff
Service with a smile everywhere!
Food and Dining
The quality in the dining room could use improvement. Seafood was always great but medium rare meat is a lost concept..I wonder what well done looks like?
Miami, Florida
We were here for two days and purchased a combo hop-on-hop-off 2 day bus and one day boat tour through Groupon. Saw everything with little physical effort.
St. John's, Antigua
After touring this beautiful island, Redcliffe Quay is the place to buy quality items (no JEWLERY!) and a nice glass of wine or an icecream cone.
Bridgetown, Barbados
We like to hire a van with some other passengers and tour the heights of the island. Much better to let the professionals do the driving.
Fort-De-France, Martinique
Road Town, Tortola, B.V.I.
Go to the Baths on Virgin Gordy! Quite an experience and you can snorkel right off the beach.
Philipsburg, St. Maarten
Take the ferry to Bob's Marina and check out the cool shops as well as the America's Cup store/museum. Then walk to the tree covered area by the beach and have a $2 beer.
Nassau, Bahamas
Hope they reopen the area around the pier where they store the Junko (think Marde Gras) floats. Till then, walk along the dock heading toward the straw market for great wood carvings and small original local paintings. Cheap but real.


I think I covered everything. I only wish they would add more destinations because the usual 7 day Caribbean Cruises always visit the same ports. We were lucky that this 10 day cruise took us to some different ports.

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