Costa Cruises’ Captain Pietro Sinisi has been awarded the Navy Bronze Medal of Merit., at the General Command of the Harbour Masters Corps - Coast Guard in Rome, in the presence of the Commandant of the Italian Coast Guard, Vice Admiral Nicola Carlone.
Costa Cruises announces a new program for the next seasons for Costa Venezia and Costa Firenze as the Company teams up with Carnival Cruise Line creating a new concept for Carnival’s North American guests when COSTA® by CARNIVAL® debuts in the spring of 2023 and Costa Venezia joins the Carnival fleet. Costa Venezia will be followed by Costa Firenze arriving in the spring of 2024.
Carnival Cruise Line is teaming up with Costa Cruises creating a new concept for Carnival’s North American guests when COSTA® by CARNIVAL® debuts in the spring of 2023 and Costa Venezia TM joins the Carnival fleet sailing from New York. Costa Venezia will be followed by Costa Firenze TM arriving in the spring of 2024 to sail from Long Beach.
Costa Toscana is a latest-generation ship powered by liquefied natural gas, the most advanced technology currently available in the maritime sector to reduce emissions.
Costa Cruises has abandoned plans to return to Europe in March, moving its restart to May. The decision has been taken in consideration of the restrictions still in place in Italy,
The Carnival Corporation-owned line hopes to see flagship Costa Smeralda sail on March 27th, taking guests to a series of Italian locations, ahead of a wider resumption of services.
Costa, a part of Carnival Corporation, said the decision comes as a result of measures enacted by the Greek government in response to the number of coronavirus cases.
Costa Cruises will see a third ship return to operations this week, with sailing again from October 10th. She joins Costa Deliziosa and Costa Diadema in their European departures.
From April through November next year Costa Cruises will further extend its Mediterranean offer with a large variety of options and the convenience of multiple ports of departure.
All cruises aboard Costa Fascinosa, Costa Luminosa and Costa Pacifica ships in South America, with embarkations scheduled before April next year have been cancelled.
The first ship to set sail will be Costa Deliziosa, on September 6th, offering weekly cruises from Trieste to discover the most beautiful destinations in Greece.
P&O Cruises and Seabourn have both extended the suspension of operations into 2021 for a number of vessels. Costa Cruises will, however, return in September.