Third Ship For Costa Cruises’ neoCollection

Costa Cruises today announced the addition of a third ship to its Costa neoCollection product line. The 53,000-GRT, 654-cabin Costa Classica will undergo a major refit and renamed Costa neoClassica before joining the sub-fleet in December 2014 to offer a series of new itineraries in the Indian Ocean and Mediterranean.   Indian Ocean Itineraries from Mauritius … Continue reading

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 … Continue reading

Costa Atlantica To Cruise Asia In 2013

Italian cruise line Costa Cruises has announced it will raise capacity in Asia for the 2013 cruise season, sending the 85,700-GRT Costa Atlantica to the region. The 2,680-passenger ship joins the Costa Victoria, which is being deployed to the Far East this year together with the Costa Classica, to double the line’s offering as it … Continue reading

Costa Cruises Unveils 2012 Itineraries

Italian cruise line Costa Cruises has unveiled plans for the deployment of its fleet for the 2012/2013 cruise season. Covering over 130 different itineraries and 250 destinations across Asia, the Caribbean, Europe, the Mediterranean, the Middle East as well as a world cruise, the line is set to reaffirm its leading position in Europe and increase its total capacity … Continue reading

Costa Cruises Deploys Costa Romantica To Asia

Italy-based Costa Cruises is going ahead with its Asian expansion as the line prepares to welcome the 53,049-GRT Costa Romantica to sail in the region. Currently enroute from Mauritius after completing its Indian Ocean itinerares, the ship will replace the smaller Costa Allegra and join sister ship Costa Classica, which has been based in Asia since 2009. During … Continue reading