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MSC Cruises consolidates its leadership in the Mediterranean with MSC Divina in summer

April 28, 2014 Cruise No Comments Email Email

MSC Cruises affirms once more its Mediterranean heritage and consolidates and strengthens its leadership in the Mediterranean increasing its offer through one of its flagships for summer 2015.

Beginning of May 2015, MSC Divina, after exposing to thousands of guests in the Caribbean, will be deployed in the Western Mediterranean for 20 7-night/8-day cruises.

Calling at ports allowing visits to inspiring and striking destinations in the Western Mediterranean, MSC Divina is the perfect choice both for the European travellers and for the North American cruisers wishing to explore the beauties of Europe and the #MedWayOfLife.MSC1216363_215X250

An easy embarkation, a fascinating itinerary and an outstanding ship will seduce even the most experienced European cruisers.

With MSC Divina North Americans can enjoy a first of its kind “Mediterranean for North Americans” travel experience. A customer survey conducted in the USA showed, in fact, an increased desire from North Americans to sail on board MSC Divina in the Mediterranean.

Thanks to the mix of ports of call, travellers will have the opportunity to visit a variety of destinations such as the Cinque Terre and Portofino, the Balearic Islands, Cannes and Monte Carlo, Naples and its breathtaking coast, without forgetting the legendary Rome and the sparkling Barcelona.

“MSC Divina will join MSC Preziosa, MSC Fantasia and MSC Armonia in the Western Mediterranean increasing our offer in all the Mediterranean by 20% compared to 2014 for a total amount of 760.000 passengers, of which 75.000 on board MSC Divina. It is a strong evidence of our leadership in a geographical region where 80% of MSC Cruises’ global offer is deployed” said Gianni Onorato, CEO of MSC Cruises.

MSC Divina will begin her Grand Voyage on 26 April, 2015 from Miami making a stop in New York, King’s Wharf, Bermuda and then continuing onto Ponta Delgada, Lisbon, Cadiz, Barcelona, Naples and Civitavecchia. From 16 May, 2015 through 3 October, 2015 MSC Divina will sail 7-night Mediterranean cruises departing from Civitavecchia and visiting the ports of La Spezia, Cannes, Palma de Mallorca, Barcelona, Naples and returning to Civitavecchia.

MSC Divina will return back to South Florida for a second season of 7-night Caribbean cruises starting in November 2015.

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