Spring Break on MSC Divina

Spring Break begins – MSC Cruises

Live from MSC Divina for Spring Break. An interactive cruise review in real time by Carrie from Cruise Buzz.

Spring Break 2014
Spring Break 2014

I am not sure who invented Spring Break, but I would like to thank them personally. Tomorrow my nine-year-old and I embark on a one-week cruise on MSC Divina. We are very excited to see what the Caribbean’s newest year-round cruise ship is all about.

I was asked by MSC Cruises USA what we were  looking forward to on the ship and you can read what I said below (here is a hint: it revolves around my son having fun and great food).

  1. Eating homemade Italian pasta by an Italian-style cruise line (shhh. don’t call MSC Cruises Italian-ish because the popular European cruise brand is trying to appeal to the North American cruise market).
  2. The kids club where my son can hangout with other young cruisers.  MSC Cruises offers a  complimentary program for children and teens. The trained staff onboard organize a lot of age-appropriate activities for and kids can have fun while parents take in the more adult pleasures like going to the spa or reading by the pool. The possibilities are endless from 9 in the morning until 10 in the evening. I can’t wait!
  3. Since this is a family-focused cruise for us, my son and I are excited to try the 4-D theater experience, take a spin in the Formula One race car simulator, go bowling, swim in the pool and go on the water slide.

This is how I am feeling so far about the trip:

From MSC Cruises official Instagram page
From MSC Cruises official Instagram page

While my son is hanging out in the Kids Club I will be doing the  Aqua Cycling by Hydrorider spinning cass  (at least once) and walking around the ship looking for signature design features like the  Swarovski crystal staircases in the lobby.

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