There is a reason their cruises are so cheap. Cruised on the Divina in January. Rate for a 5 night balcony cabin was $159 per person. Read the reviews and thought"come on...it can't be that bad". It was.
Upon arrival at Port of Miami it took 2 hours and 40 minutes standing in line to get on the ship. Once we arrived in our cabin we were given 15 minutes until the muster drill. We never made it upstairs to get a bite to eat.
Haven't had to take our life jacket to the drill in years. On MSC you do. Drill was located in an area where you couldn't see or hear what was being said or demonstrated.
This is a great cabin as it is very large with more storage than you can use. Has a bath/shower combination. Even though it is a balcony room there is no balcony. The view is straight out the front of the ship with floor to ceiling windows. Great view except they fail to clean the windows.
Our room was the only redeeming part of this miserable cruise and cruise line
The island is only two months old. All the plantings are immature. Bar service is horrible as they are under staffed. Feel really sorry for the crew working on the island as it is not their fault that MSC doesn't know what they are doing.