2- or 4-Night Bahamas Cruise
On this 2- or 4-night cruise, you’ll set sail from Miami aboard the newly built MSC Divina and cruise southeast into the Bahamas. The ship was inspired by the glamour of Sophia Loren and even partly designed with her help. Onboard amenities include a Broadway-size theater, crystal staircases, and an infinity pool that seems to stretch all the way to the sea. Three restaurants, offering everything from casual to gourmet dining, satisfy every craving. An onboard bowling alley and enormous sun deck provide spots for fun and relaxation.
At each port of call, you can take optional tours spotlighting the local landscape and culture (extra fees may apply—click on the links for the itineraries and check the excursions tab on each for more information).This cruise includes:
- 2 or 4 nights of accommodations in an inside, ocean-view, or balcony cabin
- All onboard meals
This cruise departs from Miami on January 11. Click here to see a detailed itinerary.
- Day 1: depart from Miami at 7 p.m.
- Day 2: Nassau. This beautiful city is filled with Victorian mansions, 18th-century fortresses, and white-sand beaches. Explore at your leisure—shop for handmade batik cloth and climb the Queen’s Staircase, a set of 65 steps carved out of solid limestone that leads to a panoramic view of the area.
- Optional Nassau tour: Take a narrated cruise to the clear blue waters surrounding Athol Island, where you’ll snorkel along the reef ($39/adult, 35/child).
- Day 3: return to Miami at 7 a.m.
This cruise departs from Miami on February 14. Click here to see a detailed itinerary.
- Day 1: depart from Miami at 5 p.m.
- Day 2 is spent in Nassau.
- Day 3 is spent at sea.
- Day 4: Great Stirrup Cay. This private resort isle is a picturesque part of the Bahamas’ Berry Islands. Head to its pristine white-sand beaches to try kayaking or standup paddleboarding.
- Day 5: return to Miami at 7 a.m.
Frequently Asked Questions
1. Can guests connect to the internet in their cabin? Yes. MSC Divina has shipwide WiFi capabilities, including in cabins. On all other ships, connection in the cabins can only be done using an ethernet cable. For wireless connection, guests should find an internet hot spot located in public areas around the ship.
2. Can guests connect to the internet using their wireless devices and is there a cost? (Cell phone, iPad, etc) Yes, as long as WiFi connection is supported by the guest’s device. Regarding the cost, the ship will charge the standard WiFi fee to use the internet on board.
3. Can guests exchange money on board? Yes, but only limited amounts and pending availability. The ship usually carries USD and euros, but some local currencies may be available depending on the itinerary.
4. Which documents are needed to go ashore in port? All documentation requirements to go ashore will be posted on the daily program. Required documentation may include, but is not limited to: MSC Cruise Card, passport, government issued ID (not driver’s license), and driver’s license.
5. Where can I find information about travel documents required for US and Canadian citizens? You can find information for US citizens on the following websites: http://travel.state.gov, http://www.cbp.gov, and http://www.dhs.gov. For Canadian citizens: http://www.cbsa-asfc.gc.ca/menu-eng.html
6. Where can I find information about visa requirements? http://www.visahq.com is a very good source of information regarding visa requirements worldwide; however, guests should verify with the local consulate all the travel documents and visa requirements for each port of call visited during their sailing.