MSC Divina Set to Embark on 3-Day Inaugural Cruise from Port Canaveral Thursday Night

By  //  September 16, 2021

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MSC Divina weighs in at 139,400 gross tons

MSC Divina will embark on its inaugural cruise from Port Canaveral on Thursday with a Wave Off event set for 6 p.m. at Jetty Park.

BREVARD COUNTY • PORT CANAVERAL, FLORIDA – MSC Divina will embark on its inaugural cruise from Port Canaveral on Thursday with a Wave Off event set for 6 p.m. at Jetty Park.

Coverage of the event can be seen on Space Coast Daily TV.

The ship will head to Caribbean and Bahamas for 3-day cruise before returning to Port Canaveral.

Recently, MSC Cruises added Port Canaveral as a cruise partner for future sailings from Port Canaveral.

The ship is 1,092.52 feet long, and carries up to 3,502 passengers with a crew complement of 1,388. It also has 13 passenger decks, which contain 1,134 outside cabins and 405 inside cabins. MSC Divina speed is quoted at 23 knots (26 mph).

MSC Divina weighs in at 139,400 gross tons.

All MSC Cruises’ ships cruising from the U.S. will sail under the protection of the Company’s comprehensive health and safety protocol which includes universal COVID-19 testing at embarkation for all guests, weekly testing of crew, physical distancing, mask-wearing, protected shore excursions for guests who are not fully vaccinated, enhanced sanitation measures and personal hygiene recommendations, such as increased hand-washing and sanitizing stations, and specific additional requirements and restrictions for not fully vaccinated guests.

For additional details on MSC Cruises’ health and safety measures and additional requirements for not fully vaccinated guests, please visit https://www.msccruisesusa.com/health-and-safety-measures.