Divina Completes Maiden Voyage to Miami

MSC Divina was escorted into PortMiami by a fleet of FIAT personal watercraft. With this positioning, MSC Divina becomes the first MSC Cruises ship to sail year-round from North America.

MSC Divina concluded her 18-night Atlantic Ocean crossing to Miami from Venice, Italy. During the voyage, a Rosso Brillante (metallic red) Fiat 500, or Cinquecento as it is known in Italy, was loaded onto the ship to accompany MSC Divina across the Atlantic.

MSC Divina guests will experience several new features. Two unique dining venues created in partnership with Italian restaurant emporium Eataly in Manhattan, New York will include the upscale Ristorante Italia and spectacular regional steakhouse, Eataly Steakhouse, fashioned after the famed restaurant in Eataly’s Manhattan location.  Eataly was founded by Oscar Farinetti in 2007 and launched in the U.S. in partnership with celebrity chefs Mario Batali and Lidia and Joe Bastianich. 

MSC Divina will also be the first ship to offer Aqua Cycling at sea. Aqua Cycling will allow MSC Divina guests to take spinning to new heights while cruising the Caribbean. 

MSC Divina will also have the MSC Yacht Club for the first time in North America.

For more, visit www.msccruisesusa.com.

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