Prepare for six days of leisurely sailing on the Mediterranean when you embark on the MSC Divina from Genoa to Rome.
Aboard this sailing you will stop in usual cities like Marseille plus once-in-a-lifetime cities like Siracusa. This route is a special one for the Divina. In fact, it sails it only once.
We include all all entertainment, meals, taxes, and port fees in our price, so there are no surprises. At under $165 a day for a balcony cabin, this deal is good. This cruise is an especially good deal because if you act now you can get a balcony balcony room for the inside price!
The Divina, based in the Mediterranean and refurbished less than two years ago in 2021, is a Fantasia (modified) class ship that can house comfortably more than 3,500 travelers.
The Divina boasts a ping pong table, a bowling lane, a gym, three pools, a waterslide, a casino, a spa, a jacuzzi, and a solarium.
This graph indicates the cost over time for each class of cabin. Since it was first listed on April 30th of last year, The price of a balcony cabin on this itinerary has varied between $608 and $988 including $59 in taxes and port fees.
|Sold Out||Sold Out||$988||$1,168|
|$164.67 per day||$194.67 per day|
|Book Now||Book Now|
This sailing consists of two days at sea and three port days. Highlights include a long stop in Siracusa.
|Sat, Jun 3||Genoa, Italy||6:00pm|
|Sun, Jun 4||Marseille, France||8:00am||4:00pm|
|Mon, Jun 5||At Sea|
|Tue, Jun 6||Valletta, Malta||9:00am||7:00pm|
|Wed, Jun 7||Syracuse, Sicily||7:00am||9:00pm|
|Thu, Jun 8||At Sea|
|Fri, Jun 9||Civitavecchia, Italy (Rome)||7:00am|
The Divina sails this route once this year. No other ship sails this exact same 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.