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MSC Divina Review

4.0 / 5.0
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1756 reviews
3 Awards

Great Ship and delicious food

Review for MSC Divina to the Caribbean
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Sail Date: Sep 2014
Cabin: Balcony Stateroom

The ship was breathtakingly beautiful. Our cabin was roomy and tastefully decorated. And there were shower doors. The food was excellent, they had hot buffet food on deck at all times that I visited. No cold breakfast like on other cruise lines like Carnival. Oh and the shows and casino were great. They were different every night with elaborate themes like different countries. The service was prompt. The excursions were plentiful too. They seemed to have more options than I have ever seen. The shops had great bargains daily. I really enjoyed this cruise and I loved their drink packages. They were so much more affordable and flexible than other cruise lines.

And no ice ream fountain for this ship. They offered homemade gelato.

I have been on 25 cruises with carnival and celebrity and this one ranked in my top 3 because of ship size and beauty, drink options that didn't break the bank and the best food of all.

Cabin Review

Balcony Stateroom

Cabin B2

The cabin was very nice and roomy

Port Reviews

Miami

We traveled in the night before and enjoyed a relaxed embarkation the next day.

San Juan

We did a tour of the tequila factory on our own. We really enjoyed it.

St. Maarten

We did our own thing and walked around the shopping area. The usual port items for sale. But I did come away with a MK roller bag.

Great Stirrup Cay

We got some beach chairs and caught some sun. I loved this beach. Soft white sand.

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