MSC Divina

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Part of the contemporary value MSC Cruises is MSC Divina, with a beautifully crafted marble interior, tasteful and elegant décor, and a Swarovski crystal-covered staircase.

The Miami-docked ship sits at the higher end of the fleet, and features a breathtaking atrium, extravagant Pantheon Theatre, along with the exclusive Yacht Club for those wanting an added touch of opulence to their holiday.

The Yacht Club is a separate area for those wanting luxury treatment. The cabins are larger, have a concierge service, complimentary drinks, butler, private restaurant, lounge and private pool area.

The itineraries on MSC Divina are primarily Caribbean, North American and Mexican adventures, perfect for those looking to lounge on the beaches of St. Maarten, Miami and Cozumel plus many more.

Dining options are hugely varied, and great Mediterranean dishes are available, such as Italian hams and freshly baked breads.

The flexible buffet service runs for 20 hours a day, whilst added-price restaurants offer up something different for a treat, such as the brand new Sacramento Tex Mex Restaurant, serving up Texan steaks, fajitas and burritos, along with Mexican beer.

Entertainment is ideal for families along with adults of all ages. It ranges from the vibrant shows in the 1600-capacity Pantheon Theatre, to intimate performances in the Yacht Club’s exclusive Top Sail Lounge.

Make sure the kids are fully stocked with sun cream, as you will have to drag them away from the popular Aquapark.

Some may prefer Virtual World though, a video games room perfect for kids. Along with this, there is a library and card room, nightclub, casino, and a range of bars and lounges such as the refined Gold Jazz Bar.

Keeping fit or relaxing on board is easy, with access to a fully-equipped gym, spa, and an impressive 5 pools.

You can also enjoy one of the only infinity pools at sea, adding to the class already oozing from MSC Divina.

Dress code is casual, and includes a variety of themed nights, along with a couple of formal nights for those wanting to dress to impress.