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WELCOME ABOARD!

The 139,000 tonne MSC Divina was launched in May 2012 and was the third ship to be

built of the exceptional 4 ship Fantasia Class. MSC Divina was designed to take this

acclaimed Fantasia Class of ships to a new level with added inspiration from screen

legend, Sophia Loren. Therefore, it's no surprise to learn that MSC Divina simply oozes a

rather special kind of glamour, a little extra something that will enhance your Caribbean

cruise experience no end.

There are five restaurants on board ship including one of which is an A-La-Carte French

restaurant exclusively for Yacht Club passengers. The two main restaurants offer dinner

over two sittings and are open for breakfast and lunch. There are two buffet restaurants

which offer you the flexibility and freedom of casual buffet style dining for breakfast

lunch and dinner; while Sacramento Tex Mex# gives you the opportunity for a special

treat.

Keynote features include the MSC Aurea Spa, 4 swimming pools, 12 hydro-massage

pools, coffee bars, shops, a children's area, a Formula 1 simulator and an interactive 4D

cinema. The Main pool area is called the aqua park, there is a covered pool area with a

sliding glass roof, a quieter Zen Garden pool area at the back of the ship and a separate

kids pool. The MSC Aurea Spa features a thermal cave with treatments to enhance both

beauty and health: therapeutic mud packs, perfumed vapours, aesthetic massages

and much, much more. Adults can escape to a child-free sanctuary, Top 18, where you

can soak up the glorious Caribbean sunshine whilst enjoying truly stunning sea views,

a dedicated spa service, bar menu and complimentary fruit skewers. For the very first

time on board a cruise ship guests will walk on a Swarovski crystal floor. You will also find

numerous, bars and lounges, a theatre, night club and a casino.

www.jetlinecruise.com

DIVINE CARIBBEAN

VOYAGE

Fly cruise holidays aboard MSC Divina

Escape to the Caribbean sunshine this winter for a spot of lazy beach

and island hopping. The Caribbean is probably the best place in the

world for a relaxed beach cruise with lots of things to do. It's all about

fun the sun with breakfast on deck, crystal clear water lapping on silky

soft sands, water sports, jungle adventures, balmy evening wallows

in the hot tub and warm midnight promenades under the stars. The

lure of island hopping to relax on gorgeous beaches, splash in crystal

clear water or trek through lush rainforests is irresistible. After a busy

day on the beach - return to the comfort of your cruise ship, jump in

a hot tub, enjoy the sail-away party and watch the sunset. Throw in

a couple of margaritas, add the purple and orange hues of the dusk

turning in to a starlit sky and you suddenly realise it is time for dinner.

Enjoy the double looks as you wander back to your stateroom in

your beach wear past everyone else who are already dressed for

dinner - at this point you know you have had the perfect beach day!

Included in the price:

• Return flights from London

• All transfers

• 1 night 4-star hotel stay on

Miami South beach

15-16 NIGHTS PRICES FROM

£1379PER PERSON

18

• 14 night full-board cruise

• 15 night cruise on 30 Dec

• BONUS Upto £500 per

stateroom on board spending

money

• Regional flight departures

are available at a supplement

from Manchester, Edinburgh,

Newcastle, Birmingham and

Cardiff.

ITINERARY A: Miami- St Maarten -

San Juan (overnight in port-Puerto Rico)

- Miami - Ocho Rios (Jamaica) - Grand

Cayman - Cozumel (Mexico) - Nassau

(Bahamas) - Miami. (Itinerary varies)

ITINERARY B: Miami - 2x At Sea - San

Juan (Puerto Rico) - Grand Turk - At

Sea - Nassau (Bahamas) - Miami - At sea

- Ocho Rios (Jamaica) - Grand Cayman

- Cozumel (Mexico) - At Sea - Nassau

(Bahamas) - Miami

ITINERARY C: Miami - San Juan (Puerto

Rico) - Grand Turk - Nassau (Bahamas) -

Miami - Ocho Rios (Jamaica) - Aruba -

La Romana (Dom' Rep') - Nassau

(Bahamas) - Miami.

Dunn's River Falls, Jamaica

Date Itinerary Inside Balcony S3 Aurea Spa Suite

All Inc

7 Oct 16 A £1629 £2679 £3199

14 Oct 16 A £1589 £1929 £3159

21 Oct 16 A £1499 £1849 £3079

28 Oct 16 A £1519 £1869 £3089

4 Nov 16 A £1429 £1699 £2999

11 Nov 16 B £1469 £1819 £3039

22 Dec 16 B £1999 £2279 £3589

29 Dec 16 C £1649 £1999 £3199

3 Feb 17 B £1449 £1729 £3069

10 Feb 17 B £1379 £1699 £3079

24 Feb 17 B £1389 £1699 £2999

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