MSC Divina joined the MSC Cruises' fleet in 2011. This stylish, luxurious and elegant ship was inspired by film star, Sophia Loren. The ship houses 18 decks, 14 of which are pubically accessible for guests. From the elegant Swarovski crystal staircases to the breathtaking infinity pool, there are signs of glitz and glamour all around the MSC Divina. There's space for 4,345 passengers on board. The decks are lined with 12 bars, three indoor pools, outdoor pool, broadway theatre, bowling alley, formula one simulator, and casino. There are a number of activities on board for all ranges.
MSC Divina is home to six eateries on board. Black Crab is the larger of the two main dining rooms and is spread over two decks, while Villa Rossa is the second main diner. Both restaurants feature the same menus and serve breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Breakfast items include fresh fish and eggs as well as waffles and pancakes.
L'Ippocampo and La Bussola are the ship's two main dining rooms; both offer open seating at breakfast and lunch, an early or late sitting for dinner, and a menu of Italian and international culinary delights. Savour Italian-style pizzas from the oven and burgers, hot dogs, and kebabs straight from the grill in La Pergola. Visit the casual surrounds of Le Bistrot for serve-yourself dishes from around the world, afternoon tea, and light bites. Dine on Japanese specialities in Kaito Sushi Bar or feast on oriental fusion delights in Jia Kao.
There's a variety of places to relax with a drink on MSC Divina. Unwind with a cup of coffee, pastry, and a good book in The Coffee Corner. Sip an ice-cold drink or treat yourself to ice cream at the poolside La Canzone del Mare. Take your seat in The Beverly Hills Bar or L'Atmosphere Piano for ambient music and cocktails. Discover video music and sports events on screen as you enjoy a glass of beer or two in the English-style Lord Nelson Pub.
During days afloat, escape to the tranquil Top 13 Exclusive Solarium or pamper your mind and body with a hot stone massage at MSC Aurea Spa. Get active with a round of golf at the mini golf course or take a few laps around the 260-metre circuit at the power walking track. Le Piscine and Doremi Spray Park are a popular choice for family-friendly water-based fun and sunbathing. Age-specific clubs and the video games arcade entertain babies to teenagers from dawn until dusk. After dinner, watch live shows and entertainment at The Broadway Theatre. Le Cabaret hosts daytime activities and also live music and dancing in the evening. The ship also features The Blue Club Disco for music and dancing until late, as well as slot machines and gaming tables at Las Vegas Casino.
Day 1: UK to Miami, Florida
Fly from your chosen UK airport to Miami and be transferred to the port to board MSC Divina for you ten-night cruise.
Day 4: St John’s, Antigua and Barbuda
St. John's on Antigua is your next stop. This pretty capital city not only gives you access to Antigua's 365 stunning beaches, but is also packed with attractions including English Harbour and the historic Nelson's Dockyard. A visit to the colourful St. John's street market is a must, and you also find great shopping and dining in Heritage Quay. Travel to Shirley Heights Lookout for superb views of English and Falmouth Harbours. A 90-minute ferry ride from Bryson Wharf takes you to Antigua's sister island, Barbuda, to explore the Arawak Caves and Frigate Bird Sanctuary.
Day 5: Basseterre, St Kitts & Nevis
Basseterre is the capital city of St Kitts and Nevis in the West Indies. Explore the shops and bars of The Circus or pay a visit to the cathedral, courthouse, and fountain of Independence Square. On the outskirts of the city, you'll discover Fairview Great House and Botanical Gardens and to the northwest are Romney Manor and the Wingfield Estate. Take a ride on the St Kitts Scenic Railway to discover deep ravines, black-sand beaches, and Mount Liamuiga volcano. Admire the views over sugarcane fields from the 17th-century Brimstone Hill Fortress National Park.
Day 6: Road Town, Tortola
Rich in history and old-world Caribbean charm, Road Town – the capital of the British Virgin Islands - is the perfect place to spend the day. Visit the historic Sunday Morning Well where the 'Proclamation of Emancipation' - giving freedom from slavery - was read in 1834. Explore the shops and eateries on Main Street or pick up locally-made crafts by the waterfront. Taste authentic Caribbean rum cocktails at the legendary Pusser's Bar or unwind on the powder-white sand of Cane Garden Bay. Discover colourful exotic plants at JR O'Neal Botanic Gardens or join a hiking trip to Sage Mountain National Park. A short boat trip to view The Baths rock formations on Virgin Gorda's north shore is a must-do, too.
Day 7: Point-a-Pitre, Guadeloupe
Pointe-à-Pitre is the largest city in Guadeloupe. Pay a visit to the Memorial ACTe, a museum dedicated to slavery and colonialism, Museum Schoelcher, and Museum Saint John Perse. Stroll through Place de la Victoire and browse the sprawling market that leads to the docks. Visit the colourful building of Cathédrale de St Pierre et St Paul. The nearby picturesque seaside town of Gosier offers a large marina with stunning sea views and is home to the amazing marine life at Aquarium de la Guadeloupe.
Day 8: Philipsburg, St Maarten
The ship drops anchor today at St Maarten's Dutch capital city - Philipsburg. Stroll along the shops on bustling Front Street or enjoy a couple of hours’ beach time on Great Bay beach. Fly through the trees at the Fly Zone at Loterie Farm or explore the island by quad bike. See local plant and animal life at St Maarten Zoological and Botanical Garden, and caterpillars and butterflies at the Butterfly Farm. You can also swim with dolphins at Dolphin Discovery Anguilla or admire heart-stopping views in the Pic du Paradis hills.
Day 11: Miami, Florida to UK
Your cruise comes to an end in Miami where you disembark and be transferred to the airport for your flight back to the UK.