Until we will be back...

Last vision we had of DIVINA the day we disembarked by tenderboat... We left there collegues and friends and our Command. Be safe!

Dear all.

These are tough days for everyone. We left our beautiful MSC DIVINA on March 27th, 7 days after all our guests disembarked perfectly safely though the terrible thing is effecting all the world.

We had wonderful time on board, we met extraordinary people, some of them new and some of them we met already in the past seasons.

Seven years on this beautiful ship, seven years of memories and still more to come!

We will wait patiently meanwhile we will study new songs to make our guests and friends happy! Stay safe!🙂💋👍

 

For now is just an..ARRIVEDERCI MSC DIVINA!

 

ISLAND IN THE STREAM... thank you guy for all your smiles!

Mr. Craig from Wales singing the Beatles "I saw her standing there"

Back, on the front desk of the Bar of LA LUNA lounge you can see a guest that was on board twice in a few weeks singing along with us. He told us he missed the music! Mr. Craig from Wales... wherever you are you made our days!!!

Sparkling atmosphere in LA LUNA Bar of MSC DIVINA

This is our lounge LA LUNA during our last cruise, from 14th to 19th March. This was the atmosphere of happiness and good time we were always sharing with our guests. We didn't have ANY contagious on board and we can't wait to be back and once again having wonderful time!

FOR GOOD from WICKED with Judy Lombino on VICTORY I

My passion for singing musical started on MSC DIVINA a couple of years ago, with my friend and wonderful singer Enrico Bernardi. Then I started to open my eyes on this fantastic world and I fell in love with the most beautiful melody ever written. Then I got to sing with my husband and partner Greg Patton on VICTORY I last 2018 season on the Great Lakes in and out from Canada and USA. I got a blast having two Cruise Directors who were also terrific singer, Nancy Leach and Judy Lombino. Here I am singing the part of Elphaba with Judy!

THE MOVIE IN MY MIND from Miss Saigon