MSC Divina Reviews
Inspired by Godmother Sophia Loren, MSC Divina brings all the elegance and glamour of the golden age of cruise lines, enhanced by modern, eco-friendly technology. The ship is jam-packed with world-class entertainment, a kids’ and teens’ club plus a choice of distinct dining venues that promise something special for every taste.
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MSC, NOT PERFECT BUT PRETTY GOODByon 29 April 2019MSC Cruises | MSC Divina Reviews
This was our 3rd year in a row with MSC, all 7 day Med cruises. The only real criticism (for all 3) is the organisation of getting us back on board or getting on to shuttle busses etc. There is ZERO crowd control so even if it looks like there may be a queue, there is the rush from the back of people assuming they should be at the front or on the ship /...
MSC Divina a perfect holiday for the familyByon 29 September 2016MSC Cruises | MSC Divina Reviews
MSC Cruise on the Divina August 2015 Location: Mediterranean Length of cruise: 8 days Initial thoughts about MSC cruises I know that you may have heard from quite a few people that MSC are not the best cruise line and I must say I am guilty of being one of those people. I have been on the MSC Poesia years ago and my memories of that cruise were not that great, it was noisy, very...
MSC Preziosa – Waste of MoneyByon 19 April 2013MSC Cruises | MSC Divina Reviews
My husband and I have cruised a total of 22 times between us and usually we choose P & O. We did not expect MSC to be the same standard as P & O but we certainly did not expect the poor standard we received aboard the ship. Likes: Excellent ship with lots of facilities (unfortunately you pay for most of them). Cabins are a very good size and extremely comfortable. Check- in process was...
Passengers on board a recent winter cruiseByon 06 February 2013MSC Cruises | MSC Divina Reviews
I have just returned from an early Med. cruise on the MSC ‘Divina’. The enormous ship cannot be faulted but my impression is that MSC low prices are attracting very unsuitable cruise guests. It was more like a floating Butlins Holiday Camp than a cruise! It was a constant scrum with pushing and shoving all the time. In and out of elevators, and especially when going ashore, and trying to get into shuttle buses etc.,...