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7 Night Western Mediterranean Cruise from Marseille

7 Night Western Mediterranean Cruise from Marseille

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Itinerary

  • Day 1
    Marseille
  • Day 2
    Genoa
  • Day 3
    Rome (Civitavecchia)
  • Day 4
    Palermo
  • Day 5
    Sardinia
  • Day 6
    Palma de Mallorca
  • Day 7
    Valencia
  • Day 8
    Marseille

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MSC Divina

MSC Divina - MSC Cruises

Pros

Excellent entertainment options and fun that lasts late into the night

Cons

Not much dining variety, compared to other mainstream cruise lines

Bottom Line

Family-friendly fares and Italian touches make Divina a good choice


Cruise Reviews

1 Helpful Vote
Sail Date: April 2019
We purchased the fantastica package directly from the MSc website. On that site it states you get 12 free drinks. We didn’t read the fine print wherever that was that says it’s only for earlier sailings. Not sure why it was still on ... Read More
We purchased the fantastica package directly from the MSc website. On that site it states you get 12 free drinks. We didn’t read the fine print wherever that was that says it’s only for earlier sailings. Not sure why it was still on the website then? So we didn’t get any drinks. Also with that package came a free photo. No one tells you that that photo is only available on one night at a certain place. So we also didn’t get our photo. Customer service was terrible. Front dest did nothing. Basically said you have to read the fine print. I asked for a supervisor and they said no! Maybe it’s just a European thing but they don’t give you water or anything to drink at the dining room. You have to buy bottled water every night. Also they give you no information about ports. Our port in France they pushed a 16 euro per person bus ride from the ship to the city. Not telling anyone there is a free bus a block away from the ship that takes you to the same place. We felt like they really nickel and dime you wherever they can. Very disappointed and will never cruise on them again. I have been on carnival, Holland America, and Disney and all of those where much better. If you do cruise on MSc read everything because they will try to get over on you and the front desk will do nothing for you. The only thing from the fantastica package we where able to use was the room service that’s only available in the morning and only included coffee juice cereal and bread. Not much for room service compared to any other cruise I’ve been on. Long lines everywhere. Good luck getting into an elevator without having to push your way past other people. Crew and employees are rude. We had a officer and his family sit down in our dinning section 15 minutes after us. They treated them like royalty. We didn’t see the waiter for 15 minutes while they where getting there drinks apps and meal. It was the weirdest thing id ever seen. Never again on MSc of us. Read Less
1 Helpful Vote
Sail Date: April 2019
This is our 4-th cruise and we chose it mostly because of the ship, since the itinerary is not the best. Palma de Majorca and Valencia are nice, but the other places are not worth the trip. They offered shuttle buses for the city that ... Read More
This is our 4-th cruise and we chose it mostly because of the ship, since the itinerary is not the best. Palma de Majorca and Valencia are nice, but the other places are not worth the trip. They offered shuttle buses for the city that were more expensive than travelling with taxi. We wanted a new ship, that offers better comfort and instead we ended up in a crowded, smelly, full of leaks and unsanitary place. The worst thing was that they gave us spoiled food for dinner and my daughter got seek. When we tried to see the ship's doctor they wanted to charge us 100 Euro. They refused to give us any medication, or even a thermometer and the farmacy on bord had nothing helpful. The service was terrible. We waited a long time for our food at dinner, hence the ice cream was always brought melted. The food was terrible and always the same. All the areas of the ship are very crowded, we felt like sardines. None of our request were answerd, although they were simple ones, for example we asked for the children's bed to be folded during the day, since we couldn't move around it in the room. The ship has a systemic liking problem in the hallways and that also made the water pressure very low. The water in the public restrooms is only dropping. I found that very unsanitary. The only good thing was the evening shows. The artists put a lot of work into them and we enjoyed them. Read Less
1 Helpful Vote
Sail Date: April 2019
Chose this particular cruise because it was a repositioning cruise visiting ports we wanted to visit. We were to visit Bermuda after departing NYC but we’re unable to do so due to weather. Of course weather is not controlled by the ... Read More
Chose this particular cruise because it was a repositioning cruise visiting ports we wanted to visit. We were to visit Bermuda after departing NYC but we’re unable to do so due to weather. Of course weather is not controlled by the cruise line. Rather than spend two days in Bermuda we were taken to Tenerife for a partial day. We were offered no compensation for reduced port fees or anything else. The buffet is a joke. Crowded at all times with food one might expect to find in a substandard college dorm cafeteria. The food in the Black Crab was uninspired and of average quality at best. Our waiter was the best part of our dining experience. The crew were un-informed and could not answer basic questions. Most of the staff were downright rude! I have ever had a cruise line require me to pay for transportation into the port. We were charged anywhere from 10 euros to 30 euros per person to visit the ports. The entertainment was was OK but by the time the introductions were made in five languages we were ready to go to the bar. There is a cigar lounge but the smoke permeates the area close by, and the smoke from the casino was terrible. That entire part of that deck was smoky. When trying to leave the ship for tours, chaotic is the only word I can use to describe the experience. The time allowed for port visits was ridiculously limited. I resent the gratuity policy and refused to pay it. I tipped the crew members I felt went above and beyond. The best part of this cruise was the four days spent in Genoa and Milan after the cruise was over. Never again on MSC. Read Less
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