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MSC Divina Review

4.0 / 5.0
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1767 reviews
3 Awards

Total overview of our ocean crossing March 2019. CABIN 13223

Review for MSC Divina to the Mediterranean
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10+ Cruises • Age 70s

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Sail Date: Mar 2019
Cabin: Balcony Stateroom

We chose this cruise because we like to do long ones crossing the Atlantic. Unfortunately it was the first time we had such bad sea for 5 days. Our cabin was the very last one on our deck. 13223 stern. Wow every little swerve or move of the ship we felt. It was okay until we had very strong winds continuously 90 miles an hour for about 5 days. We had to be in the atrium as much as possible it was better. The food was very good not extraordinary but very good. The cabin service was excellent. The entertainment was very good at the theatre but the activities were not. I guess too many languages would have made it difficult to have too many different ones. The port presentations were excellent. Embarkation and deembarkation was terrible. A total mess no one to take charge in different situations it seemed there was no management to lead.

We will cruise again with them as the prices for a crossing is excellent and the ship was super nice.

Cabin Review

Balcony Stateroom

Cabin B1

The cabin was fine but the drawers too little and not enough. Also not enough space in closet. Our biggest disapointment was the Juliet balcony. We knew it would be small but we did not think that a chair would not fit the proper way. In other words the way it was made impossible to sit outside. The bathroom was A1 shower toilet etc. and very clean. Our cabin boy was excellent.The location would have been okay but for 5 days of bad sea it was rough.

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