MSC Cancels Divina Departure Due to Hurricane

MSC Divina

MSC Cruises cancelled the September 9 sailing from Miami aboard the MSC Divina, citing Hurricane Irma in a prepared statement.

Guests will receive a full refund and 25 percent discount voucher on a future sailing.

The cancelled sailing makes it 13 total from six cruise lines in the last 24 hours.

The Divina will arrive in Miami, two days early, to disembark passengers from its current cruise this Thursday.

‘As soon as the disembarkation is completed, the ship will sail to Cozumel (Mexico), beyond Irma’s reach, allowing those guests that wish to remain on board to continue their cruise. She will then stay alongside there until it is safe for her to return to Miami,” the company said.

“Guests who disembark on Thursday will receive a refund for the two days shortening of their cruise vacation and, in addition, will also get a voucher for a 25% discount on the price of a future MSC Cruises vacation. Guests who will continue the cruise after Thursday’s call to Miami will also receive the same voucher.”

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