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MSC Divina - Ship Review provided by Cruise Critic
First GlimpseThe third ship in the Fantasia class, MSC Divina will carry on favorite traditions of sister ships, MSC Splendida and MSC Fantasia, yet with redesigned interiors, a handful of new features and 100 additional cabins. Divina will launch May 2012 in Marseille. Sophia Loren, MSC's longtime brand icon, will serve as godmother.
Here's what you can expect to find on an MSC Divina cruise:
Like Splendida and Fantasia, Divina will feature MSC's Yacht Club. The ship-within-a-ship complex includes cabins and suites, 24-hour butler service, a private lounge, restaurant and pool.
The ship's Aurea Spa will have Balinese massage, saunas, Turkish bath, and more. Divina will also debut Aurea Spa Suites, specially designed accommodations that are part of the Yacht Club complex.
Like its sisters, Divina will also have an interactive "4-D" cinema and a Formula 1 simulators.
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