MSC Divina is a 139,400 GT cruise ship owned and operated by MSC Cruises. She was constructed from 2010 to 2012 being originally named MSC Fantastica while under construction. MSC renamed her when near complete in the shipyard to honour the actress Sophia Loren.
The MSC Divina is the third ship of the four Fantasia-class cruise ships, built after MSC Splendida and MSC Fantasia, and followed by her identical sister ship the MSC Preziosa. MSC Divina and MSC Preziosa are larger than the two previous ships in the class (which were of 137,936 tons each). She is the twelfth ship in MSC’s fleet, and was the joint largest ship with MSC Preziosa at 139,400 tons, until the completion of the Company’s MSC Seaside (160,000 tons) and MSC Meraviglia (171,598 tons) in 2017, and the MSC Seaview (160,000 tons) in 2018. 3,502 passengers in 1,539 cabins are accommodated with a crew complement of 1,388. The MSC Divina entered service in May 2012, with her identical sister ship MSC Preziosa following in March 2013. MSC Divina cruises in the Caribbean and Mediterranean.