"MSC Divina" floated out

"MSC Divina" was floated out in Saint-Nazaire

Representing a major milestone in the mammoth build of the new 140,000 ton,
4,345 passenger cruise ship, the occasion was witnessed by a select group of guests who gathered to applaud the ship which will become the 12th and most magnificent of the MSC Cruses fleet.

As the most advanced of the trio of Fantasia Class cruise ships, cutting edge technical changes on "MSC Divina" include more powerful propulsion motors, rated at 21.8 MW each (compared to 20.2 MW on the "MSC Splendida"), brand new alternators and state-of-the-art HVAC chillers. As per MSC, the ship will also feature a new reverse osmosis system for fresh water production that requires 40 percent less power and therefore assuring less environmental impact.

"MSC Divina", the third and latest addition to the MSC Cruises’ Fantasia class, was floated out of dry dock B of the STX Europe ship yard in Saint-Nazaire, France, and transferred to dock C for final fitting and furnishing. Delivery is scheduled in May next year.

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