This Sunday, October 8, the Smithsonian Channel is offering viewers a unique behind-the-scenes look at the stunning MSC Divina as well as the beautiful Caribbean destinations that the ship visits in the season finale of Mighty Cruise Ships.
Mighty Cruise Ships takes viewers to some of the world’s most extraordinary destinations while providing a behind-the-scenes look at the navigational, technological and operational aspects aboard floating state-of-the-art vessels.
For the first time, during the season finale this Sunday, October 8, Mighty Cruise Ships will journey to some of the hottest spots in the Caribbean aboard the stunning MSC Divina as it calls in Ocho Rios, Jamaica; Georgetown, Cayman Islands; Cozumel, Mexico; and Nassau, Bahamas.
Inspired by the glamorous Sophia Loren, MSC Divina is divine – bringing elegance and glamour to the cruise experience with stylish features including Swarovski crystal staircases, glass elevators and European marble furnishes. Entertainment includes 6 different world-class production shows (on a 7-night cruise) in the state-of-the-art Pantheon Theater. Other ship highlights include the MSC Aurea Spa – offering Balinese style massages, the chic infinity-style aft garden pool, family-friendly activities like a 4D theater, F1 Simulator, mini-bowling alley and water slide and – last but not least – authentic international cuisine served in both casual and formal dining settings.
MSC Divina also features the luxurious MSC Yacht Club – an innovative ship within a ship concept that gives the most discerning guests exclusivity and privacy, which still providing the amenities and choices that only a mega-ship can offer.
“As MSC Cruises significantly expands its presence in North America, we are thrilled that the U.S. market and Smithsonian Channel viewers have the unique opportunity to get a behind the scenes at the impressive MSC Divina and the hard-working crew that ensure our guests have the ultimate vacation experience. In addition, it’s extremely timely that the episode showcases some of the beautiful ports in the Caribbean. As some of the islands impacted by recent weather events focus on recovery efforts, travellers should know that MSC Cruises is committed to the Caribbean long term and that there are still many ports in the Caribbean – like the ones seen in the episode – that are open for business.”
– Roberto Fusaro, president of MSC Cruises USA
For a preview of Sunday’s Mighty Cruise Ships finale click here.