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The 3502-guest MSC Divina has 1751 staterooms and suites. The ship has 17 categories of accommodations, so there are a size and price to fit every cruise budget. The large ship has interior, oceanview, and balcony cabins in 12 categories. It also has 2 categories of small suites forward on decks 9, 10, and 11 called Aurea Suites. Some of these suites have balconies, others have panoramic windows. The MSC Divina has 45 wheelchair accessible accommodations in several different categories.
In the MSC Divina Yacht Club area are three categories: two Royal Suites, three Executive Family Suites, and 67 Deluxe Suites. The MSC Yacht Club is an exclusive "ship within a ship" area with private facilities for those staying in the Yacht Club.
These photos provide a look at several of the different types of cabins and suites on the MSC Divina.Continue to 2 of 15 below.
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The MSC Divina has 6 Aurea Suites with a balcony, ranging in size from 355-447 square feet. The balcony has 33 square feet. These cabins have a tub with shower and are located forward on decks 9, 10, and 11.
Forward on decks 9, 10, and 11, the MSC Divina has 22 Aurea Suites, ranging in size from 220-314 square feet. These cabins have a panoramic window, but not a balcony.Continue to 3 of 15 below.
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Balcony Cabin - Category 12/B3
The MSC Divina has more balcony cabins than any other category, with 1097 balcony cabins onboard. They range in size from 148 to 200 square feet, with a 34-124 square foot balcony and are in several different categories depending on deck and location on the ship.Continue to 4 of 15 below.
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Balcony Cabin Bathroom - Category 12/B3
Some cabins on the MSC Divina have a shower, others have a tub/shower combination.Continue to 5 of 15 below.
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Wheelchair Accessible Balcony Cabin - Category 11/B2
These 28 wheelchair accessible balcony cabins range in size from 284-390 square feet and have a 61-99 square foot balcony. The European king sized bed can be converted into two singles. All of the wheelchair accessible cabins are larger than those in comparable classes.Continue to 6 of 15 below.
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Balcony Cabin - Category 7
Some balcony cabins have a small sofa. Others, like this one, have a large chair. All the balcony cabins on the MSC Divina have a nice desk/vanity area.Continue to 7 of 15 below.
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Balcony on a Balcony Cabin - Category 7
The category 7 balcony cabins on deck 8 look down on the lifeboats. Although guests can still enjoy the water, it's not quite as scenic as when a cabin looks directly down at the ocean. It's important for guests to check out the location of their cabin so they won't be disappointed.Continue to 8 of 15 below.
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Balcony Cabin Tub/Shower
Some cabins on the MSC Divina have a shower only; others have a tub/shower combination.Continue to 9 of 15 below.
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Balcony Cabin Sink Area
The bathrooms on the MSC Divina have lots of storage area around and over the sink.Continue to 10 of 15 below.
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Balcony Cabin - Category 7/B1
Many of the balcony cabins on the MSC Divina have a sofa, desk area, and plenty of storage space.Continue to 11 of 15 below.
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Oceanview Cabin - Category 4
The MSC Divina has 122 oceanview staterooms, ranging in size from 138-169 square feet. The ship has two oceanview cabins for those with disabilities. If you don't plan to spend much time in your cabin, but also prefer some natural light, an oceanview cabin can be a good value.
The oceanview cabins are not much smaller than those with a balcony, so they are also a good bargain if you don't like to sit outdoors on a private balcony, but prefer to go to the pool deck.Continue to 12 of 15 below.
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Oceanview Cabin for Guests with Disabilities
Two of the oceanview cabins are designed for those with disabilities. These oceanview cabins on the MSC Divina measure 308 square feet, larger than the standard oceanview cabins.Continue to 13 of 15 below.
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Interior Cabin - Category 2
The MSC Divina has 392 interior cabins that range in size from 138-169 square feet. These cabins are the least expensive on the ship since they do not have a window or porthole. Guests who only go to their cabin to sleep or shower will find these quite acceptable. Plus, they don't have to worry about the sun waking them up in the early morning.Continue to 14 of 15 below.
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Pullman Bed in Interior Cabin
Many of the interior cabins on the MSC Divina have Pullman beds so that the cabin can sleep four people.Continue to 15 of 15 below.
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Interior Cabin for Guests with Disabilities - Category 2
The MSC Divina has 13 interior cabins for those with disabilities. They measure 222 square feet.