MSC Cruises Releases Video Welcoming MSC Divina to North America

MSC Divina recently completed a voyage to PortMiami positioning to become the first MSC Cruises ship to sail year-round from North America. The 18-night Atlantic Ocean crossing began in Venice, Italy.

MSC Cruises released a video welcoming the ship to North America, which can be viewed below:

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MSC Cruises is also offering the MSC Divina Traveler Web App, a new app designed to enhance the mobile experience of guests enjoying MSC Divina’s Caribbean itineraries. The web app is free to download and to use on board while the ship is sailing, and it is available in the company’s six official languages (English, French, German, Italian, Portuguese and Spanish) and provides guests with up-to-date information about the ship, route, conditions at sea and in ports of call, promotions in the ship’s various shops and boutiques, as well as activities and special events on board.

RECENT: MSC Cruises Offers Web App for MSC Divina Sailings

Travel Agent recently spoke with Rick Sasso, president of MSC Cruises USA, about many of the specific points made by readers as comments on our initial story about MSC Divina and the ship’s three-night preview cruise roundtrip from Miami, prior to the start of regular service to the Caribbean.

RECENT: Rick Sasso Speaks Out on MSC Divina Start-Up

For more information, visit www.msccruisesusa.com.

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