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MSC Divina Review

4.0 / 5.0
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The second disappointment on the Divina

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

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Sail Date: Nov 2019
Cabin: Aurea Balcony Suite

We have been cruising with MSC for the last 3 years. This was the 11th cruise with MSC and the 7th on the Divina.This review compares the Transatlantic cruise from the Divina during November 2019 against the previous cruises we did with MSC out of Miami on the Divina, Seaside and Armonia.Comments are the differences between this cruise and all other MSC cruises we took. We didn't compare MSC with other cruise lines we have been on 20+ cruises on three other cruise lines).

We flew into Rome and took the transfer from the Airport to the cruise port. Finding a meeting point at the airport was problematic. Other cruise lines picked up passenger at baggage claim. After some asking around we found a MSC sign and were hooked up with the driver and the transfer van.

Arrived at the port around 9.30 and had to wait until 11.00 Am before embarkation. No computers were available (broke down.....) so only the embarkation ticket and passport let us on the ship. The cruise card was in the cabin. Since our passports we not scanned in, MSC kept our passports. We demanded and got them back the following day. This was not done in other ports as we found out later.

Cabin Review

Aurea Balcony Suite


Port Reviews

Rome (Civitavecchia)

Embarkation was poor to a ":computer problem"


Interesting, including demonstration by farmers. Walking tour of down town area.

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