Step aboard the MSC Divina and get ready for four days of luxurious travel through on the Mediterranean from Rome to Palermo!
On this sailing you will visit very popular stops such as Civitavecchia plus more exotic stops such as Genoa. This route is an unusual one for the Divina, as it sails it only once.
This is the total you pay for a balcony cabin, no surprises. What makes this cruise special is that for a limited time you can book a balcony balcony room for the inside price! With a cost of under $100 a day for a balcony cabin, this deal is unbeatable.
Over 4,200 people can set sail on this sizeable ship, based in the Mediterranean and refurbished less than two years ago in 2017.
The Divina wows guests with a ping pong table, a bowling lane, a gym, three pools, a waterslide, a casino, a spa, eleven jacuzzis, and a solarium.
Since it was first listed on September 12th of last year, the price of this itinerary has varied between $396 and $876 for a balcony room, inclusive of $37 in taxes and port fees. The accompanying graph displays the price over time for the various classes of cabin. Right now this cruise is at its minimum price, so secure your balcony room now before it rises.
|Sold Out||Sold Out||$396||Sold Out|
|$99.00 per day|
This itinerary spends zero sea days and three days in port. Highlights include a long stop in Civitavecchia plus visits to uncommon stops like Genoa.
|Thu, Apr 4||Civitavecchia, Italy (Rome)||7:00pm|
|Fri, Apr 5||Marseille, France||12:00pm||7:00pm|
|Sat, Apr 6||Genoa, Italy||8:00am||6:00pm|
|Sun, Apr 7||Civitavecchia, Italy (Rome)||7:00am||7:00pm|
|Mon, Apr 8||Palermo, Sicily||10:00am|
The Divina sails this route once this year. This is the only ship that sails this exact route.In the accompanying graphic you can see a visualization of when this ship sails as well as the relative price for a balcony cabin.