Prepare for seven days of luxurious cruising through on the Mediterranean when you set sail with the MSC Divina from Rome and back again.
While aboard this cruise you will visit usual ports like Mykonos in addition to rare ports like Siracusa. This route is an interesting one for the Divina.
We include all entertainment, meals, port fees, and taxes in the price, so there are no surprises. Offered at less than $120 per day, this is a strong deal.
The Divina, based in the Mediterranean and refurbished less than two years ago in 2021, is a Fantasia (modified) class ship that can house over 3,500 travelers.
The Divina offers guests a ping pong table, a bowling lane, a gym, three pools, a waterslide, a casino, a spa, a jacuzzi, and a solarium.
This graph shows the price over time for all types of cabin. Since being listed fourteen months ago, The cost of this itinerary has ranged between $669 and $1,249 for a room, including $140 in taxes and port fees.
|$118.43 per day||$124.14 per day||$151.29 per day||$227.00 per day|
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This cruise is made up of four port days and two days at sea. High points include visits to rare destinations like Siracusa plus a long stop in Valletta.
|Fri, Jun 30||Civitavecchia, Italy (Rome)||5:00pm|
|Sat, Jul 1||Syracuse, Sicily||2:00pm||9:00pm|
|Sun, Jul 2||Valletta, Malta||7:00am||6:00pm|
|Mon, Jul 3||At Sea|
|Tue, Jul 4||Mykonos, Greece||8:00am|
|Wed, Jul 5||2:00pm|
|Thu, Jul 6||At Sea|
|Fri, Jul 7||Civitavecchia, Italy (Rome)||9:00am|
The Divina sails this route four times 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.