New Itineraries From Costa Cruises For Winter 2013/2014

Italian cruise line Costa Crociere has unveiled new itineraries for the 2013/2014 winter season. Focusing on emerging markets together with popular destinations, highlights for the voyages include ports in the Canary Islands and North Africa, the Middle East, eastern and western Mediterranean, the Caribbean and South America.

 

Canary Islands, North Africa and Middle East

Costa Classica will operate 10- and 11-night cruises to the Canary Islands and Morocco, departing from St. Cruz de Tenerife, with overnight calls allowing for 2 full days in Casablanca and Funchal. The popular ports of Aqaba and Safaga will be served by a week-long cruise from Sharm el Sheikh onboard Costa Voyager, while Costa Fortuna will sail a 7-night regional itinerary from Dubai with overnight calls and 2 full days in Abu Dhabi, Khasab and Muscat.

 

Mediterranean

Costa is deploying 4 ships (Costa Deliziosa, Costa Serena, Costa neoRomantica and Costa Pacifica) to the Mediterranean in winter 2013/2014. Costa neoRomantica will feature new 11-night cruises in Greece and Turkey that include calls at Athens, Smyrna and Crete, while Costa Pacifica’s 7-night cruises in the Western Mediterranean include a new call to Livorno, in addition to Savona, Marseilles, Barcelona, Palma and Civitavecchia.

 

Caribbean and South America

Costa Mediterranea joins her sisters Costa Luminosa and Costa Magica in the Caribbean. Homeporting in Guadaloupe, she will sail 2 itineraries calling at Antigua, Barbados, Dominica, the Dominican Republic, Grenada and the British Virgin Islands.

 

In a sign of the growing importance of South America as a cruising destination, Costa Cruises is deploying its flagships, Costa Fascinosa and Costa Favolosa, to the region. Both ships will sail itineraries ranging from 6- to 8-nights visiting Argentina, Brazil and Uruguay, with calls in popular ports including Buenos Aires, Ilhabela, Punta Del Este and Rio de Janeiro.

 

For more information, visit www.costacruise.com

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