Six-Night Caribbean Cruise
For six nights on the high seas, your home will be the MSC Divina, a cruise ship designed to suggest mid-20th-century Mediterranean elegance. Harking back to the golden age of luxury liners, the vessel’s décor includes two Swarovski crystal staircases. While traveling between port cities, you can take a dip in the infinity pool, stroll through the fountains of the Aqua Park, nosh on gelato, or splash in the onboard water park. Restaurants offer several types of cuisine, including Mediterranean, American, and Tex-Mex.
Inside, ocean-view, and balcony cabins feature European king beds and private baths. Stays in the Aurea Suite come with complimentary access to the MSC Aurea Spa, and the Yacht Club deluxe suite boasts panoramic views from the front of the ship, as well as a private balcony, a butler who serves wine and hors d’oeuvres, and access to MSC Yacht Club venues.
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Days 1–3: Miami to George Town After setting sail from Miami, the cruise heads toward George Town, the capital city of Grand Cayman. When you dock, there are several optional excursions to choose from (for additional fees), ranging from snorkeling around shipwrecks to a glass-bottom boat tour.
There’s plenty to do on your own as well. Visit the Cayman Turtle Farm to swim with sea turtles and see sandbar and nurse sharks in the aquarium. The soft, white sand of Seven Mile Beach offers a relaxing alternative.
Days 4–5: Cozumel to Great Stirrup Cay
Up next is Cozumel, a large Caribbean island off the eastern coast of Mexico. Optional adventures here include swimming with dolphins and touring the ancient Mayan ruins of Tulum. Stop by the isle’s only city, San Miguel de Cozumel, to shop on the waterfront promenade or listen to live reggae-salsa fusion in a local pub.
Days 5–7: Great Stirrup Cay to Miami
The last port of call is Great Stirrup Cay, a picturesque part of the Berry Islands in the Bahamas. Owned by Norwegian Cruise Line, the private isle is set aside solely for cruise passengers. You can recline in a hammock, play beach volleyball, or rent snorkeling equipment to explore the crystal-blue sea.
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