It’s no secret that MSC is not your typical cruise line. They are a privately owned Italian cruise line that prides themselves on their European flare, unique design and architecture, and visually stunning entertainment. The first time I sailed on MSC Divina was back in November 2013 on a short two-night inaugural cruise. Though there are still some things to iron out, they have made some improvements since my first sailing.
Here’s a list of my first impressions of MSC Divina:
The first thing you may notice when boarding the ship is the sparkling Swarovski crystal staircases in the atrium. This sets you up for what the ship has in store. The 6th and 7th decks house the main loung