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Caribbean Cruises: Join Us In Paradise!

Close your eyes and imagine a Caribbean cruise to The Bahamas, Barbados, Jamaica… now open your eyes focus on the fact that MSC Divina can take you on a paradise cruise to these wonderful islands.

Between Autumn 2013 and Winter 2014 MSC Divina offers some of the best Caribbean cruises afloat.  Join her in Miami for a matchless series of Caribbean cruises to islands and ports of call as evocative as Georgetown in the Cayman Islands, Falmouth in Jamaica and Philipsburg in St Maarten.


For the ultimate Christmas Caribbean cruise break, how about a 14 night Caribbean cruise calling at Florida, Jamaica, Grand Cayman and Mexico? We can’t promise you snow, but we do offer lashings of Christmas cheer, unseasonal sunshine and absolutely no tidying up! There again, perhaps you’d rather see in 2014 in style with a New Year’s cruise? In which case Caribbean cruises simply don’t get any more special than MSC Divina’s New Year Cruise calling in at Jamaica, the Cayman Islands, Mexico and the Bahamas. What a way to see in 2014!


Caribbean cruises really are the ultimate in relaxation and MSC Divina is a fabulous state-of-the-art cruise liner designed specifically with your every comfort in mind. One of the esteemed Fantasia Class of vessels, MSC Divina was the third Fantasia Class vessels to be christened.


From the exclusive Top 18 Solarium and the sumptuous Aurea Spa to the 4D Cinema and a host of chic bars and eateries you’ll find MSC Divina has everything to make your Caribbean cruise a remarkable and memorable experience.

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