The time has never been better to experience the incomparable luxury of MSC Divina, with Cruise 1st offering an incredible deal in celebration of the US’s upcoming Labor Day. The ship made her North American debut last year and to mark 12 successful months in service, Cruise 1st can proudly offer 7 night round-trips departing from Miami starting at just $449.
The ship draws its name from illustrious actress and self-confessed ‘diva,’ Sophia Loren. The Italian superstar was there in person to christen the ship which boasts 1751 well-appointed staterooms and 322,900 square feet of public deck space.
Passengers enjoy access to a world class casino, seven dining options, 18 bars and lounges, five swimming pools, a theatre, bowling alley, fully equipped gym and indulgent spa. Thanks to the MSC Divina’s partnership with gourmet Italian enterprise Eataly, passengers can spend their week indulging in mouth-watering on-board cuisine at the high end Ristorante Italia and hearty Eataly Steakhouse.
The vessel also offers Aqua Cycling, offering guests the chance to keep in shape while cruising through the Caribbean. The facility is a world first for the cruise industry and cements MSC’s status as an innovative and forward thinking line that is dedicated to delighting its passengers.
The ship departs Miami on the eve of Labor Day, bound for the Jamaica’s port of Falmouth. Labor Day will be spent exploring the charming Georgian town before re-embarking the ship and calling at the Grand Cayman port of Georgetown, Mexican port of Cozumel and the Berry Islands’ Great Stirrup Cay.
How to book
If you want to secure a place on-board the ultra-luxurious MSC Divina or any of the line’s other prestigious ocean liners, start browsing the fantastic MSC deals on offer from Cruise 1st or call us today on 1300-857-345. From the ethereal canals of Venice and the ancient charms of Morocco to the blissfully warm waters of the Caribbean and the sun kissed beaches of the Canary Islands, Cruise 1st has an MSC deal for every holidaymaker.
Image sourced via MSC Media Center. Credits: MSC Cruises.