MSC Divina Back To Mediterranean For Summer 2015

MSC Cruises has announced plans to send the MSC Divina back to the Mediterranean for the summer of 2015. The 139,400-GRT ship is currently sailing Eastern and Western Caribbean itineraries from Port Miami and will reposition from Florida to Civitavecchia at the end of the season.

Her Grand Voyage on 26 April 2015 will feature stops in New York, King’s Wharf and Bermuda before crossing the Atlantic Ocean to Ponta Delgada, Lisbon, Cadiz, Barcelona and Naples, prior to arriving in Civitavecchia.

From 16 May through 3 October 2015, MSC Divina will sail 7-night Mediterranean cruises calling at Barcelona, Cannes, Civitavecchia, La Spezia, Palma de Mallorca and Naples. Guests will be able to embark from Barcelona or Civitavecchia, providing greater flexibility in travel plans. The ship’s stays in La Spezia will incorporate late night stays allowing guests to visit nearby cities of Pisa, Florence, Portofino and Cinque Terre, while the call in Naples will provide ample time to visit Pompei, Capri, Sorrento and the Amalfi Coast.

MSC Divina will sail a unique 10-night cruise to close the Mediterranean season, before entering dry dock in Europe for refurbishment. The 3,959-passenger vessel will also receive several as-yet-unrevealed enhancements targeted at the North American market in preparation for her third season of Caribbean cruises.

MSC Cruises is currently on an expansion push in North America. The line is looking to attract more North Americans to cruise in its traditional market in Europe, with efforts spearheaded by the MSC Divina.

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