The renowned cruise company MSC announced these days that the under construction flagship liner MSC Divina will be cruising the Eastern Mediterranean and Katakolon once it is launched in early 2012.
MSC Divina is expected to embark from June 2nd to October 27th 2012 on 7 cruises from Venice to Bari, Katakolon, Izmir, Istanbul and Dubrovnik.
MSC Divina will have 1,739-cabins and will be launched on May 26th 2012.
It is going to be one of the largest cruise ships to call at Katakolon, and one of the most luxurious and impressive, with features such as infinity edged swimming pools, redesigned open decks, open air restaurants and additional lifts to facilitate the flow of passengers.
MSC Divina will be 18 decks high with 1,739 cabins and 45 disabled cabins. Compared to its sister ships, Divina will come with a completely redesigned set of decks and restaurants, in order to offer state of art services to its passengers, as well as unprecedented comfort and ease of flow in the cruise ship.
The Godmather of the cruise ship is going to be Sofia Lauren, and this is why the name of the cruise ship will be Divina.
Locals in Katakolon are already expressing their enthousiasm and anticipation over the new cruise ship to call at Katakolon port.