A True Italian Diva Sets Sail for the Caribbean with Campari and Aperol

CampariAhead of MSC Divina’s upcoming season in the Caribbean, MSC Cruises is delighted to announce a series of exclusive partnerships with some of the world’s most popular Italian brands, including Campari and Aperol.

In addition to the unique Mediterranean way of life already enjoyed by travelers across the MSC fleet, the Divina’s “Made in Italy” partnerships will bring an extra touch of class to an already entirely original and distinctive cruise experience.

MSC Divina will be the first Fantasia class ship to sail from the US and the first MSC cruise ship to offer year-round Caribbean sailings. With her sleek Italian design and sophisticated new partnerships, she will embark on her Caribbean adventures as a true Italian ambassador, bringing the best of Italy to the diverse mix of international and US travelers on board.

Savor a Signature Campari or Aperol Cocktail

For swank, sophistication and super-stylish cocktails, MSC Cruises has partnered with iconic drinks brands Campari and Aperol.

With its signature bitter-sweet flavor and bright red color, Campari is a symbol of intrigue and pleasure.  Aperol is the bright orange Italian aperitivo that is taking Europe and the world by storm.  As the famous Caribbean sunset stains the sky red and orange, travelers in the Divina Bar on deck 5 can sit back and savor a chic Campari or Aperol cocktail to the soothing sound of the waves.  And, with Campari Classics, Campari Sweet Cocktail,s and the famous Aperol Spritz to choose from, there’s a unique bitter-sweet moment for every taste!

The exclusive signature cocktail Campari Dolce Vita, made with one part Campari and three parts orange juice, will be a favorite with cruise goers.  As mixologists say, Campari Dolce Vita is the perfect drink for everyone because of its slight sweetness and explosive taste combination. Once per cruise, there’s a special Campari-themed evening, Dolce Vita, for those who can’t get enough of its original taste!


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