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1 Helpful Vote
Sail Date: February 2018
La crociera è un’isola. Se da un lato c’è il sole, dall'altro trovi ombra, se tira vento sulla tolda scoperta, a prora: calma piatta, se fanno casino nella piscina superiore, puoi rilassarti a quella tre piani sotto, se il ... Read More
La crociera è un’isola. Se da un lato c’è il sole, dall'altro trovi ombra, se tira vento sulla tolda scoperta, a prora: calma piatta, se fanno casino nella piscina superiore, puoi rilassarti a quella tre piani sotto, se il buffet non ti offre le giuste alternative, al ristorante ti servi à la carte. Un'isola perfetta. Con l’orizzonte sempre diverso. Se vuoi essere coinvolto, non avrai respiro. Se desideri quiete, nessuno la infrangerà. Anche perché le svariate escursioni previste (dalle foreste pluviali alle favelas di periferia, dai templi Maya alle sfavillanti dimore degli attori più in voga, da città ultramoderne a sterrati in mezzo a piante di banane e caffè), riempiono occhi, cuore e spirito, somatizzano da ogni presunto principio claustrofobico, ed anzi, rendono ancor più piacevole il ritorno a bordo, tra comodità e attenzioni. Tant'è che stiamo già organizzandone un’altra per il prossimo anno, perché anche la fiaba dei costi altissimi, va sfatata. Certo se paghi, puoi avere la suite reale, il maggiordomo h24 e lo champagne a colazione. Ma sono eccessi trascurabili, perché i riguardi dedicati a tutti gli ospiti sono incredibili, la pulizia estrema, quasi maniacale, l’aria di gioiosa spensieratezza costantemente palpabile, i servizi di prim'ordine. Poi ci sta che ognuno viva una crociera differente… c’è anche gente che si uccide di fila al buffet, che attende l’ascensore ai piani una vita (mentre noi avremo fatto almeno duemila gradini di scale su e giù tra gli svariati ponti), o che si alza all'alba per prenotare un lettino sul quale rimanere sdraiato fino a sera, incurante di qualsiasi cosa avvenga attorno... NON abbiamo neanche mai fatto scatenati balli di gruppo, ne’ le ore piccole in discoteca; disertato di regola i corsi di bricolage, gli assaggi in enoteca (trincavamo già di brutto al ristorante), le foto di rito col Comandante e gli ammassi in piscina. Abbiamo preferito giri di ponte alla sera prima dell’aperitivo, foto a raffica, rigenerante teatro post cena, abbronzatura nel solarium di nostra esclusiva pertinenza, allegro trekking dei diciotto ponti esplorabili alla scoperta di ogni pertugio visitabile della nave, cocktails e idromassaggi (anche in contemporanea), senza negarci un distratto shopping e simpatiche serate di gala a fare le pulci su come riesce a vestirsi (!) l’americano medio… Ma anche leggere Grisham nel silenzio e nel sole sul balconcino del nostro dodicesimo piano, con solo il mare a sussurrare mormorii, al largo del Belize... ...vi assicuro che non è assolutamente trascurabile. The cruise is an island. If on one side there is the sun, on the other hand you will find a shadow, if you wind on the open deck, in the bow: calm flat, if they make a mess in the upper pool, you can relax on the three floors below, if the buffet does not offer you the right alternatives, at the restaurant you need a la carte. A perfect island. With the horizon always different. If you want to be involved, you will not have breath. If you wish quiet, nobody will break it. Also because the various planned excursions (from the rainforests to the suburban favelas, from the Mayan temples to the dazzling houses of the most fashionable actors, from ultramodern cities to gravel roads in the middle of banana and coffee trees), fill eyes, heart and spirit, somatize from any presumed claustrophobic principle, and indeed, make the return on board even more pleasant, between comfort and attention. So much so that we are already organizing another for the next year, because even the fairy tale of high costs, must be debunked. Of course if you pay, you can have the royal suite, the 24-hour butler and champagne for breakfast. But they are negligible excesses, because the concerns dedicated to all the guests are incredible, the extreme cleanliness, almost maniacal, the air of joyous carefree constantly palpable, the services of the first order. Then there is that everyone lives a different cruise ... there are also people who kill themselves in a row at the buffet, waiting for the elevator to the floors a lifetime (while we have done at least two thousand steps up and down between the various bridges) , or who gets up at dawn to reserve a bed on which to remain lying until evening, regardless of anything that happens around ... We have never even unleash group dances, nor 'the small hours at the disco; defected as a rule DIY courses, tastings in wine shop (we were already looking bad at the restaurant), the usual photos with the Commander and the pools in the pool. We preferred bridge tours in the evening before the aperitif, burst photos, rejuvenating post-dinner theater, tanning in the solarium of our exclusive relevance, happy trekking of the eighteen explorable bridges to discover every visit of the ship, cocktails and whirlpools (also in contemporary), without denying us a distracted shopping and nice gala evenings to do the fleas on how he manages to dress (!) the average American ... But also reading Grisham in silence and in the sun on the balcony of our twelfth floor, with only the sea whispering murmurs, off the coast of Belize ... ... I assure you that it is absolutely not negligible. Read Less
1 Helpful Vote
Sail Date: February 2018
We have just returned from our 10 night eastern caribbean cruise. Our first experience of msc which exceeded our expectations. The kids club team were simply amazing and really looked after and kept our children engaged...they were the ... Read More
We have just returned from our 10 night eastern caribbean cruise. Our first experience of msc which exceeded our expectations. The kids club team were simply amazing and really looked after and kept our children engaged...they were the stars of our cruise and a true credit to msc...well done to you all!!!! Overall all the staff were friendly and courteous and always greeted us around the ship. The entertainments team were excellent as too were the shows and our chamber maid....food on the whold was good in general. We will definately be back on msc and based on my first experience of msc exceeded our cruises with the likes of celebrity, carnival and princess. We had a group of vegans onboard that whilst pleasant restricted us to not being able to do first dining as they had the whole of the first dining option which meant that we had to use the buffet. We made it to dining on 3 occasions though but having the kids had we been able to have first dining would have used this on every occasion. This did not however have any impact on how much we enjoyed the cruise and the amazing staff!!! Read Less
Sail Date: January 2018
My friend, Beverly White and I were on the 1/24/18 - 2/4/18 cruise to the Southern Caribbean. The cruise ship was absolutely beautiful and very accommodating. We walked the entire ship the first day admired the beautiful designs all ... Read More
My friend, Beverly White and I were on the 1/24/18 - 2/4/18 cruise to the Southern Caribbean. The cruise ship was absolutely beautiful and very accommodating. We walked the entire ship the first day admired the beautiful designs all through the ship. Our room was small although very useful for us as we only slept there. Our favorite club was the Black and White. We spent every night dancing and enjoying the music of the Groove Island band. They were extremely talented and played great music. The entertainers that worked this club were totally out of this world with talent. It was the best entertainment we had seen. They were not only great but kept the whole audience in stiches with their comedic productions. I cant wait until this ship returns to the Miami port so that we can again travel with this group. It would be appreciated if you would send more information on when this ship would be back to the Miami port. Read Less
4 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: January 2018
Embarkation was extremely smooth, disembarkation was "OK". MSC sails in/out of Miami and we find sailing in/out of Ft Lauderdale easier and much more user friendly. .A previous post stated "food at the buffet was the same ... Read More
Embarkation was extremely smooth, disembarkation was "OK". MSC sails in/out of Miami and we find sailing in/out of Ft Lauderdale easier and much more user friendly. .A previous post stated "food at the buffet was the same every day. Ya...it was, but the variety and selection was so great, there was nothing else they could have added. Much, much more inclusive than the cruise we took 2 weeks prior on an other line. (I'll mention that fact later on regarding other topics) The best pizza and pasta on any cruise I've been on, and that's now over 100. Shows were very "Las Vegas review/cirque de soliel-ish. No comedians, no jugglers. Synchronized high tech VERY professional lighting added to the enjoyment. 3 Pools..one similar to those on most other ships, one under a retractable dome, one in the rear an adult only infinity pool. One thing I liked was that recorded musci around the ool area was "background" music and pretty much 70's-90's classic rock. On the ship we were on 2 weeks prior it was techo/rap that was SOOOO loud, you had to SCREAM at the person sitting next to you!. Needless to say, we found loungers elsewhere, albeit not very convenient to quick dips in the pool. Even after several guests asked for the volume to be lowered....it wasn't. MDR dining was good, pretty much comparable to most other lines. MDR service for us anyway was very good, but I heard from staff it was spotty as they took a lot of experienced staff and put them on their newer ship, the "Seaside". It will take a while to get everyone up to speed (or so I was told). Cabin (standard balcony) was nice. We were on a cruise 2 weeks prior on an other line and had a suite. The Divina cabin was pretty much identical to the suite on the other line/ship, the balcony was larger and we paid a lot less. The only difference I could see was that on the ship with the suite, we had a tub and not just a shower, but for almost $1K pp difference, I could live with just a shower! Yes,there were "foreigners" on the cruise..... about 20% .If you don't want to encounter people who speak a different language.....don't travel! However, there were not a lot of announcements on the ship (A lot less than on others we've been on) so that was not an issue. More children than I expected for a 10 day cruise not during school break, probably because pricing for kids is so attractive. Public rooms are very spacious and beautifully decorated. We never felt crowded, anywhere. . We did not take any ship's tours. They were a bit pricey (we thought) and as is the same with most other lines, a very similar tour can be gotten on the pier for about 1/2 the price. As I mentioned earlier, I've been on well over 100 cruises now. I'm "Elite" on one line, "4 Star Mariner" on another and "Diamond" on another. I was impressed with MSC and will sail with them again! And by the way, MSC will match the highest repeaters level you are on any line with thier comparable level category. Extra perks MSC offers were VERY nice, like a bottle of Prosecco and chocolate covered strawberries in your cabin on formal night and a sur- charge restaurant dinner for 2. Also thier internet package is a fraction of the cost it is on some other lines. I think it was something like $20 for the cruise (no time limit) and the cruise we were on prior on a different line, although we got 250 comp'd minutes, if you bought the internet package, it was over $100. Seems to me, that with free Wifi in every port, these cruise lines have to rethink their internet charges. There were some things I think MSC did better than on some other lines as they are anxious to develop a following and they are one of the few lines that's not part of the "Carnival Corporation" which seems to have homogenized most of thier lines into a "sameness". I was impressed and WILL be sailing with MSC in the future! Read Less
4 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: January 2018
MSC Divina-25 January to 4 February 2018 First a little about us, this was cruise number 99, we are Diamond + on Royal, almost Diamond on Carnival, Platinum + on NCL and have sailed Princess, Celebrity, Holland American and a ... Read More
MSC Divina-25 January to 4 February 2018 First a little about us, this was cruise number 99, we are Diamond + on Royal, almost Diamond on Carnival, Platinum + on NCL and have sailed Princess, Celebrity, Holland American and a couple of cruise lines that are no longer in operation. This was our first cruise on MSC. We have friends that love MSC and others who hate it. This was a 10 day cruise with a couple of stops we had never been to before and the price was right. We used our status match of Diamond plus to become Black Card on MSC, their highest loyalty level. I recommend that everyone who that a status on another cruise line use the status match. We were given a boarding time of 3:45 but arrived at 2 pm and we were directed to the priority security line. The security line moved a little slowly because they used the priority line for the people with wheel chairs also. After security we went to the priority check in line. We were the only ones in that line and went to the next open check- in counter. Check in was fast. To use a credit card while on board, you do not set up a credit card account in advance or at check in, you do it once you are on the ship. Also you do not have to fill out the health form like you do on other ships. After checking in, we went directly on the ship and to our cabin. We were in an inside room with the Bella experience. The room was small but immaculate! If you have ever sailed on the Majesty of the Seas, the size of the rooms are much the same size. Because we were Black Card, there was a bottle of wine and a plate of fruit already in the cabin. We also had robes, slippers and a choice of pillows. MSC's choice of pillows is called their "pillow menu" - very nice and is available to every passenger. The only thing we needed to ask our room steward for was ice. We dropped off our suitcase and went to the buffet. No shock - it was crowded and you couldn't get in the door. We passed on the buffet and walked around the pool area. We found the self- serve ice cream machine, and the ice cream was one of the best we have had on any ship. We each had two cones and called that lunch. We then went down to deck 5 and found the stand-alone terminal to set up our on board credit account. It was quick and easy and took less than a minute. At 4 pm we did the muster drill. MSC requires you to bring your life jacket to the drill. Our muster station was in the photo gallery and became warm very quickly. The drill lasted a little longer than usual because the safety instructions were given in several languages. Most of the announcements were made in several languages; better most passengers know what's going on the not. After changing for dinner, we spent some time exploring. There is a bowling alley, a smokers lounge, a 4-D theater(we did the Canyon Coaster - the best scary simulator ride ever), a formula one simulator car ride, casino, retail shops, etc. The biggest initial impacts were the theater (magnificent), the large number of lounge/bar venues and the overall beauty of the individually designed passenger spaces. The ship is unbelievably gorgeous! For dinner we were assigned to the 6 pm seating in the Black Crab restaurant at a table for 6. We really lucked out. Our table mates were all from Florida and couldn't have been nicer. The menu was a little different to the ones I've seen on other cruise lines. As as example, shrimp cocktail is an extra cost item, and you order your dessert when you select your dinner. The first night I selected the lamb chops which were really good. The service was a little slow the first night but improved. After dinner we played in the casino, which to our surprise was non-smoking. We don't smoke so appreciate that the casino was non-smoking. We play the slot machines and hope in the future the MSC management puts together a package listing points-played to earn drinks, dinners, etc. and not just the amount for a free cruise. We purchased the wifi package for the duration of the cruise and it was the fastest wifi we had ever experienced and the best price we have ever seen . One of the highlights of the cruise was the Cruise Critic meet and greet. I believe there were about 40 of us. The room was set up with tables that held a variety of fruit, other goodies and the wait staff brought around drinks. The waiters offered drinks from their trays but also said you could order any drink you wanted that was not on the tray. The Captain, Hotel Director and several other Senior Officers attended the reception. Captain Francesco Di Palma and Hotel Director spent time with each guest and then gave a short welcome speech in at least five languages. The Cruise Director and the Captain cut and helped to serve a large cake that was in the center of the room. This is the first time I've ever seen a Captain at a Meet and Greet. We were very impressed. A group photo was also taken of all the Cruise Critic attendees and the Captain. This photo was sent to our cabin free of charge - another first! We would see Captain Francesco Di Palma all over the ship and he always had time to stop and chat. Since we were Black Card members, my wife and I had a free dinner each at a specialty restaurant. We chose the Steakhouse named "EAT-aly". All of our table mates joined us at the specialty restaurant and all of them were status match Black members. The menu was wonderful and our waiter assured us that everything on the menu was available under our Black Card free offer. Everyone ordered different appetizers, and there was plenty for sharing. We all ordered the surf and turf -steak and lobster with sides that we also shared. Dessert was also included and a wonderful selection. wine was not included but was available for a fee. As none of us ordered alcohol, there were no fees and no receipt was given to anyone to sign. So, no receipt to put a tip on. By the way, service was exceptional. Although we had the choice of two specialty venues for dinner, we chose to go back to the EAT-aly just because the lobster, filet mignon and service were superb! We heard from another passenger later, that the EAT-aly is a chain restaurant . We don't have it in Florida but this passenger was from Boston and raved about it - we agreed it was great! At this second specialty dinner, we invited the Hotel Director, having met him at the Meet and Greet and again at the Loyalty Black Card Reception, to join us for a drink during dinner. We had won a bottle of Proseco at trivia and wanted to share it. He, Alistair Burnett, did join us for about an hour and we shared our thoughts about the ship. We did tell him that although the top officers and the stewards and wait staff were very friendly, we found the rest of the staff a little stiff. We thought that the language barrier might weigh in on this observations and he agreed and said he would pass it on. We also mentioned that we had gotten used to being referred to as the North Americans! We might have been in the minority - by nationality! In many ways the cruise had a very continental vibe and we were prepared for it. We know that Americans are not the only cruisers and not the only culture. we were prepared for passengers to not regard queuing up for things to be the norm so jungle rules often occurred. But, if you're looking for a European trip without leaving the U.S. then this is for you. The entertainment is not what you're used to, but worth seeing. Trivia was daily and fun. We played with couples from Paris, Canada, Slovenia, and Slovakia. The retail shops were very diverse and a wide range of prices. All the items were top quality! Sales were really good too. We want to mention the staff that we particularly were impressed by: our cabin steward Michelson from Madagascar, Andrey our waiter, and the Cruise Director staff, especially Kaitlan from South Africa. We have to Boris, the technician, who always had a friendly word for us waiting for visual trivia to start. Also, in the buffet is a gentleman who is so suave and cosmopolitan - Simon Osan, who works seemingly everywhere! For a genuinely different experience in cruising from Miami, we highly recommend MSC! Read Less
2 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: January 2018
Precautious as first-time MSC cruisers, our 3-days prior-to-departure purchase paid off wonderfully! Other cruise lines going to our chosen Southern Caribbean ports on 11-night itineraries or less in early January were elevating their ... Read More
Precautious as first-time MSC cruisers, our 3-days prior-to-departure purchase paid off wonderfully! Other cruise lines going to our chosen Southern Caribbean ports on 11-night itineraries or less in early January were elevating their Interior fares to equal the $699 we paid for an Aft Balcony. Fares aboard this MSC Divina cruise were dropping at the end. Blog videos, pix, and reviews made the ship sound crowded, but since the balcony provided "private real estate" with a wonderful glass wall and wake view, we went for it and were so pleased! Deck chairs WERE rail-to-rail on sea days, but we chose to stroll decks in the mornings and evenings, timing some of our buffet visits to periods when it was almost empty. The terrific 3-story water slide was NEVER crowded the whole cruise! Embarkation-Disembarkation was efficient and pleasant taking about 30 minutes both times. My last-minute purchase gave the seller no time to send documents, but that presented MSC registrars no problems, smoothly processing us like others. MSC's European (Italian) culinary and entertainment style was just right for us. There were many healthful menu and buffet choices with always-wonderful breads of all varieties. From gymnasts to operatic vocalists, the tasteful theater shows charmed and thrilled, sometimes to tears. The cabin carpet was "tired," and corridors seemed to always have room service trays in them. Unlike other cruise lines, there were no super-soft beds with fine linens. Our Deck 13 Aft cabin transmitted vibrations and creaking sounds in the night. But, we enjoyed the view more than enough to compensate. High-deck Aft balconies are extremely shallow, but we adjusted the love seat to face the balcony and treated it like a very large picture window. We almost never buy ship excursions, opting for independent excursion operators available outside port terminals on-shore. In Aruba, "Full-Throttle" provided a 90-minute snorkling trip to reef and ship wreck for only $40! The whole trip was grand! Read Less
2 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: January 2018
MSC Divina cruise - Jan 3-14 2018 Itinerary: 3-5 at sea 6 - St Thomas USVI. (Megan's Bay beach) 7 - Antigua/Barbuda. (Zip line. Dennis restaurant. on Caribbean beach) 8 - Barbados – (Harbour Lights. Snorkel ... Read More
MSC Divina cruise - Jan 3-14 2018 Itinerary: 3-5 at sea 6 - St Thomas USVI. (Megan's Bay beach) 7 - Antigua/Barbuda. (Zip line. Dennis restaurant. on Caribbean beach) 8 - Barbados – (Harbour Lights. Snorkel shipwreck and turtles) 9 - Grenada (spice island). (Grand Anse beach by water taxi) 10- Curaçao – (Mambo Beach - Rock wall protecting beach). Swinging bridge. 11 - Aruba – (Palm Beach. Parasail. Itito Water Sports. DePalm Pier restaurant by RIU hotel) 12-13 at sea 14- arrive back Miami Highlights: The decor and design: Stunning! Swarovski crystal staircases in main atrium....attention to detail in design and planning of common areas and staterooms. Bars and lounges were thoughtfully designed and furnished. Eg. La Luna bar - ceiling has twinkling LED lights to resemble stars. La Cantina. Seats are designed like oak wine barrels. We thoroughly enjoyed spending time in these Lounges listening to the music and enjoying a glass of wine. Entertainment: top notch! We did not miss a single show and caught almost all the special singers and performers throughout the ship. The Michael Jackson tribute is incredible! You feel like it's him on the stage! Aurea Spa. Very well appointed and professionally staffed. We enjoyed hot stone massages and facials. Decks and pools: always a bit crowded on at-sea days. MSC tolerates 'saving' loungers by putting towels on the chairs. Like being at a resort and having to get up early to save your seat. Food: The highlight: the pizza! Amazing! Black Crab (main dining room): service is slow at times. 90 minutes for lunch one day. Staff seem to be 'junior' level. I heard that top staff from Divina were pulled over to 'Seaside' due to many problems they were having with this new ship. This might explain the less-than-ideal level of service. Dining room food: I think all these mega-ships are suffering from the same problem: inability to serve top quality food due to the sheer number of passengers. The food was often lukewarm. Portions of certain dishes were meager. Even their lasagna was just ok, and this is an Italian cruise line. They do make their own pasta (so the menu says) and other pasta dishes were acceptable. The always-available entree selection is good (steak, salmon, lasagna). Restaurants: only two specialty restaurants on the ship; Eataly Pizza/Steak and Galaxy Bar. We did not choose to eat at either one. Buffet: It’s huge; often chaotic. Pizza is the highlight. They have hot entrees and their North American hamburger /hot dog / French fries area (Something MSC added to try to appeal to North American cruisers…kind of sad when you think about it!). Ethnic food. Salads. Fresh fruits. Wide variety. You just have to hustle to find a seat and then manage to get your food. We avoided the buffet for the most part. Stateroom: we chose a balcony. We were on deck 13 forward. We thoroughly enjoyed it! Spacious. Clean. Well appointed. Our package included free room service so we took advantage of that and ordered our coffee and croissants and fruit each morning. Service was always very prompt. Cabin steward freshened room twice daily. Ports of call: Divina seemed to have the top spot at the ports of call. She was usually first in, prime spot and one of the last ships to leave port. We loved all six locations as we had not been to 4 of the 6 ports. Our favorites were Curaçao and Aruba. All ports had fantastic beaches. We only booked one excursion through MSC as our experience has been that you can arrange virtually the same excursions on the island for a fraction of the cost. We booked the Antigua zip-line through the ship as the attraction was closed to the public for that day (Sunday) on their website. It was well worth the cost and our driver then took us to a beach on the Caribbean side which was amazing. Overall experience: 5/5! Read Less
2 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: January 2018
We booked it for the ports of call. which got changed but still happy with the ports.Went to Grenada which we have never been too. Was our 4th time on MSC Divina and we enjoy the crew and entertainment staff.Many remember us from our ... Read More
We booked it for the ports of call. which got changed but still happy with the ports.Went to Grenada which we have never been too. Was our 4th time on MSC Divina and we enjoy the crew and entertainment staff.Many remember us from our previous sailings. Which am always so surprised with so many thousands of new people boarding on every cruise they can remember someone. Was our first time trying the galaxy restaurant and was very disappointed in the staff up there.I ordered the grilled scallops and was more like a soup came in a bowl and had so much pesto on it you could not even see the scallops , which I only had one and a huge mushroom, husband ordered the same and had 3 I told the waiter I didn't care for that at all and He laughed at me. WHich I thought was quite rude! A" I'm sorry to hear that would of been a much nicer reply!" then at the end of the meal I think the hostess asked did everyone enjoy their meal and my friend spoke up saying she {meaning me} had a problem so I told her and she replied Have a good night! Why asked if you don't want to know the answer! We usually go to Eataly Steakhouse and LOVE it there, never have had a problem! Is a shame because the Galaxy is a very pretty restaurant with very comfortable chairs! Read Less
1 Helpful Vote
Sail Date: December 2017
It was our 5th cruise on Divina (7th with MSC). Previous Captain of Divina along with First Officers and managers were moved to Seaside and it was a really good change. The new management makes much-much better work than the previous - ... Read More
It was our 5th cruise on Divina (7th with MSC). Previous Captain of Divina along with First Officers and managers were moved to Seaside and it was a really good change. The new management makes much-much better work than the previous - even though we have not had any problem with the "old" team neither. During our previous 4 cruise on Divina, we had to watch exactly the same shows every year, so now we expected something new, especially due to the extended length of the cruise. The entertainment still the weakest point of Divina. We had exactly the same shows on a 12 days cruise like we had had on the 7 days cruises before. The "Queen" tribute concert was the worst. Most of people left the show after 15-20 minutes. The ship is still in good condition overall, but it has more sign of her age than she had in last year. Day activities were great and funny, excursions were perfect. I prefer European and various food instead of typical American food (hamburger, hot dog, steak and sugar with extra sugar), so we were happy with the food as well. People usually complaining due to the high prices in the photoshop on board, which is basically true ($22,90 for the small photos, $32,90 for the large photos), but if you buy an Ultimate Photo Package before the cruise, the price is only $100 for 100 photos, which is a great offer. Read Less
2 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: December 2017
I have been on various cruises , Caribbean and Europe.the last one on Msc musica . Three quarters of an hour check in , easy transition, double Bacardi and up to see our balcony rooms . Fantastic , clean , large and spacious. Explore the ... Read More
I have been on various cruises , Caribbean and Europe.the last one on Msc musica . Three quarters of an hour check in , easy transition, double Bacardi and up to see our balcony rooms . Fantastic , clean , large and spacious. Explore the ship. Watch YouTube videos then double how good it is . The staff, the bars , the entertainment day and night and the food is just fantastic, remember I've been on other cruise lines and the last one in Dubai was good ,but this was brilliant. I can't say the buffet wasn't busy, but still easy to get your food, and if you can't get something you love ,you are not hungry ! The evening meal was just fantastic , great service ,steaks and lobster , the choice just incredible. Hers a tip , choose second sittings , get dolled up,go to the first show at 7pm in the massive theatre for great shows and entertainment , have a drink after listening to a live guitarist or singer , get another drink , then sit and enjoy a fantastic meal, go to another entertainment venue such as the black and white club , fantastic live music , then have a few more drinks !!, then either the nightclub or late night pizza , forest incredible pizza or burgers , or just about anything !!, then bed !!!, the excursions are very expensive , didn't fall for that !, truly , I'm quite a critic, I just couldn't fault the overall experience , Tim Seaton, family of four , from England Read Less
MSC Divina Ratings
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Cabins 4.0 0.0
Dining 4.5 0.0
Entertainment 4.0 0.0
Public Rooms 4.0 0.0
Fitness Recreation 4.0 0.0
Family 4.0 0.0
Shore Excursion 4.0 0.0
Enrichment 1.0 0.0
Service 4.0 0.0
Value For Money 4.0 0.0
Rates 5.0 0.0

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