The 1,751-cabin MSC Divina will begin sailing year round from PortMiami in November, operator
The move marks the cruise ship's first departure from a North American port after launching last May, and MSC Cruises' first time sailing from the Miami seaport.
It's also an extension of MSC Divina's previously announced scheduled seasonal sailings from Miami.
For nearly a decade, MSC Cruises has offered seasonal late fall and winter sailings from North America and MSC Divina's new year-round schedule illustrates its commitment to the North American market, the cruise operator said.
"The popularity of our introduction of MSC Divina to this market among agents and consumers alike has been nothing short of tremendous," said Richard E. Sasso, President & CEO MSC Cruises USA, in a statement. "We listened to their requests and are pleased that the vast expansion of our line allows us the ability to fulfill their wishes."
The Italian cruise operator plans to relocate its South Florida-based departures from Port Everglades to