Costa Cruises is updating the 2022-23 deployment of two of its fleet’s newest and most innovative ships — Costa Venezia, […]
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Costa Cruises, the leading cruise line in Europe and a part of Carnival Corporation & plc (NYSE/LSE: CCL; NYSE: CUK), today presented its programs for […]
Costa Luminosa will support Costa Fascinosa and Costa Pacifica in the region
between November 2020 and April 2021.
Due to construction delays at the Meyer Turku shipyard in Finland, Costa Cruises has announced that Costa Smeralda will now be starting her program of 7-day Mediterranean cruises sailing from Savona on November 30, 2019.
In winter 2020/21 Costa Fortuna will be offering two new 14-day itineraries, marking the return of the Italian company to Turkey and Israel. Costa’s presence in the Mediterranean will grow further with the delivery of the two new flagships Costa Smeralda and Costa Toscana, both powered by liquefied natural gas. Meanwhile, Costa Firenze will be positioned in Asia earlier than anticipated in order to meet increased demand from the Chinese market.
The debut of Costa Cruises’ newest flagship, Costa Smeralda, is on the horizon and anticipation is steadily rising. Ahead of its October unveiling, the cruise line released a comprehensive Costa Smeralda e-brochure to better acquaint travel advisors and cruisers with the state-of-the-art ship.
The construction of Costa Toscana has begun at the Meyer Turku shipyard, where her sister ship Costa Smeralda is nearing completion. Costa Smeralda and Costa Toscana, slated for delivery in October 2019 and 2021 respectively, will both be tributes to ‘Italy’s finest.’
Revamped website puts everything agents need to sell Costa at their fingertips
By signing up to the new rules, which require marine gas oil with a sulfur content not exceeding 0.10% by mass to be used before entering the ports of Savona and Genoa, Costa Cruises is confirming a commitment it made voluntarily some years ago on its ships.