MSC Divina Traveler App Allows Guests To Manage Their Cruise Electronically
Written by: Cruise News
November 26, 2013.
MSC Cruises is dedicated to using the latest technological advancements to continually improve levels of service, making sure that travelers can connect effortlessly with the company at every stage, whether they’re in the process of booking their cruise or fine-tuning the details once on board.
The latest example of this is the MSC Divina Traveler Web App, a new app designed to enhance the mobile experience of guests enjoying MSC Divina’s Caribbean itineraries.
Completely free to download and to use on board while the ship is sailing, the app is available in the company’s six official languages (English, French, German, Italian, Portuguese and Spanish) and provides guests with up-to-date information about the ship, route, conditions at sea and in ports of call, promotions in the ship’s various shops and boutiques, as well as activities and special events on board. Travelers can even update their agendas with their preferred activities.
The app also allows users to reserve a wide range of services on board, from booking a table in the ship’s thematic restaurants, Eataly Steakhouse, Ristorante Italia and Galaxy, to saving a seat on popular shore excursions, without having to queue up at the excursion desk.
Guests can use the app to chat with people they are traveling with, find new friends during their cruise, share their cruise experience with other connected passengers, and check-in and check-out of the various public spaces on board.
For instant access to a world of information and new connections, and all for free, travelers on board can now connect to MSC Divina Traveler.
From November 20, 2013, MSC Divina will sail a variety of long and short Caribbean cruises during her first year-round season in the region. To find your perfect Caribbean cruise with MSC Divina, please visit the ‘Find your cruise’ section of the MSC Cruises website.
Over the coming months, this service will be rolled out across the majority of ships in the MSC fleet.