After spending a season sailing the Meditteranean MSC Divina has returned to the U.S. to begin Caribbean itineraries once again. The large ship will be based out of PortMiami, Florida.

MSC Divina Returns!

MSC Divina arrived in New York today after completing a season in the Mediterranean. The ship is staying at the Big Apple overnight and will depart on her final part of the transatlantic journey. The MSC ship arrives in Miami, Florida on October 28, a homeport which she was based at in the past.

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The Fantasia class vessel will offer Caribbean cruises but not the usual week-long sailings at first. MSC Divina will sail longer 10-night and 11-night itineraries and will even have new culinary offerings. The new dining options include a new Eataly Market featuring a variety of dishes and a new Sushi restaurant which was formerly known as The Galaxy Lounge. Shorter itineraries will also be offered starting from 2019.

MSC Divina Itineraries

10 and 11-night sailings onboard MSC Divina

Upon her return, MSC Divina will continue sailing 10 and 11-night itineraries through the Caribbean. With longer itineraries, guests can explore areas of the Caribbean and South America not typically offered on a 7-night sailing. Highlights cruises include:

November 18, 2018: 11-night sailing from Miami to Ocho Rios, Jamaica; Cartagena, Colombia; Colon, Panama; Puerto Limon, Costa Rica; Costa Maya, Mexico; and Cozumel, Mexico. Prices start at $699 per person for a balcony stateroom.

December 9, 2018: 11-night sailing from Miami to Ocho Rios, Jamaica; Oranjestad, Aruba; Cartagena, Colombia; Colon, Panama; Costa Maya, Mexico; and Cozumel, Mexico. Prices start at $699 per person for a balcony stateroom.

The Nov. 19 and Dec. 9 cruises will also be an exciting baseball-themed sailing with former Major League pitcher, Stan Bahnsen. Bahnsen will be joined by other baseball legends onboard, giving guests the chance to get an up-close-and-personal experience with some of baseball’s greatest players. Guests on board previous baseball cruises have had opportunities to participate in Q&A sessions, complimentary autograph session, instruction clinics, and more.

December 20, 2018: 10-night sailing from Miami to St. John’s, Antigua and Barbuda; Basseterre, St. Kitts & Nevis; Pointe-a-Pitre, Guadeloupe; Road Town, British Virgin Islands; and Philipsburg, St. Maarten. Prices start at $839 per person for a balcony stateroom.

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3 and 7-night itineraries onboard MSC Divina For Winter 2019/2020 Season

Starting Dec. 2019, guests can enjoy a mid-week getaway with shorter itineraries available on MSC Divina, for the first time ever. Guests can enjoy a vacation without having to commit to traveling an entire week, with a cruise visiting MSC Cruises’ new island destination, Ocean Cay MSC Marine Reserve (launching November 2019).

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Beyond special 3-night mini cruises, guests can also embark on 7-night sailings as well as extended 11-night sailings venturing further into the Caribbean. A few highlight sailings include:

December 17, 2019: This cruise will be mark the first 3-night sailing for MSC Divina out of PortMiami. The ship will call at Ocean Cay MSC Marine Reserve and Nassau, Bahamas. Prices start at $269 per person for a balcony stateroom.

January 7, 2019: 11-night sailing from Miami to Nassau, Bamahas; Ocean Cay MSC Marine Reserve; Miami, FL, USA; San Juan, Puerto Rico (late-night stay); Philipsburg, St. Maarten; and St. John’s Antigua and Barbuda. Prices start at $999 per person for a balcony stateroom.

January 28, 2020: 3-night sailing from Miami to Ocean Cay MSC Marine Reserve and Nassau, Bahamas. Prices start at $269 per person for a balcony stateroom.

January 31, 2020: 7-night sailing from Miami to San Juan, Puerto Rico (late-night stay); Road Town, British Virgin Islands; Philipsburg, St. Maarten; and Nassau, Bahamas. Prices start at $729 per person for a balcony stateroom.

MSC Divina is a 139,000 gross ton vessel and has a guest capacity of 3,500 at double occupancy.

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