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MSC Divina Review

4.0 / 5.0
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1744 reviews
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A sad five days aboard to gain access to Bermuda for fifteen hours.

Review for MSC Divina to Bermuda
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10+ Cruises • Age 70s

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Sail Date: Apr 2016
Cabin: Interior Stateroom

Took this for affordable access to Bermuda. Initially wowed by the glamorous decor but that soon faded. We felt it was one of those you can't get there from here ships. No big beautiful lounge high up in the bow. No outdoor eating area behind the buffet at the stern. Not enough public restrooms and it seemed half of them were being cleaned at any given time. Four elevators in a bank but spread out so you had to push the button and quickly migrate to the center so the doors did not open and close before you could jump in. It still happened often.

Two hours to eat supper the first night. The suppers were stated at 18:30 and 21:00 but when we got on board they were actually 17:30 and 20:00. One too early and one too late. The Jamaican bartenders were excellent as usual but the Indonesian bartenders just mixed your drink or served your beer and walked away to remain silent. No personality and most unable to banter with the customers even for a moment. Loud horn and cRAP music at breakfast and not a toothpick to be found.

The drink glasses in the buffet were six or eight ounces. Like breakfast juice glasses. Four times I got up from lunch to refill my glass, after asking the attendant not to take my plate as I wasn't finished. Four times I came back to no lunch and had to start over again. I can't sugar coat any more so I will leave it at that.

Cabin Review

Interior Stateroom

Cabin I2

Small and no where to sit. The spot where a chair should have been was taken up by an unused mini bar.

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