Cruise News MSC Divina On Her Way To America

MSC Divina On Her Way To America

MSC Divina on her way to Miami, Florida!

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Not long now! The MSC Divina cruise ship operated by Italian based MSC Cruises has set sail for Miami, Florida. The large Fantasia class ship set sail from the popular Italian port of Venice, Italy but it wasn’t just any departure!

Fiat 500

To celebrate the first Fantasia class ship to sail to America and sail year round Caribbean cruises the cruise line put on something special. A traditional Rosso Brillante Fiat 500 was lifted on the ship to escort the MSC Divina on her transatlantic crossing.

On November 14th Divina will arrive at the port of Miami and is expected to receive a unique welcome from the American port. The ship will bring a hint of Italian style cruising for the US market which many cruise experts are reporting to be excited about.

Have you ever sailed on MSC Divina? What do you think of the ship sailing year round from Miami? Let us know in the comments below.

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