GENOA, Italy, Sept. 25, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Costa Cruises, the leading cruise line in Europe and a component of Carnival Corporation & plc  (NYSE/LSE: CCL NYSE: CUK), now announced it will keep on its application for the gradual and responsible reintroduction of cruise holidays. Adhering to the presentation of its cruises for the 2020-21 wintertime time, the Italian firm has reshaped its itineraries for the rest of 2021, with the objective of giving visitors the best achievable cruise encounter with enhanced wellbeing protocols.

From April by means of November 2021 Costa Cruises will further extend its Mediterranean offer with a huge range of alternatives and the benefit of numerous ports of departure. Also, summer time 2021 will see the return of cruising in Northern Europe, a single of the most well-liked places among Costa’s visitors.

Aspects of the new itineraries and how to guide them will be offered shortly at Costa’s web site and at journey companies. Costa is doing work with national and nearby authorities in the international locations on its itineraries to offer visitors a safe and sound and pleasant getaway encounter, by means of implementation of the Costa Safety Protocol in all the places involved in the new application for 2021.   

From March right until tumble 2021, three ships will be deployed on a regular foundation in the Western Mediterranean: Costa Smeralda, the to start with ship in the fleet powered by liquefied organic gas (LNG) Costa Firenze, its new ship under design at Fincantieri’s Marghera (Venice) yard and Costa Pacifica, which will be presenting 7-day cruises calling in Italy, France and Spain.

3 further ships will be running in the Jap Mediterranean, all on a single-week itineraries. Costa Deliziosa will sail to the Greek islands, Costa Luminosa will stop by Greece and Croatia and Costa Magica will be likely to Greece and Malta.

Through the 2021 summer time time, Costa will have 4 ships cruising in Northern Europe. Costa Fortuna and Costa Diadema will be sailing on a single-week cruises to the Baltic capitals and the Norwegian fjords, respectively. Costa Favolosa will be presenting impressive fourteen-day holidays in Iceland, 9 times in the Norwegian fjords and a fortnight in Eire, Scotland and England. Costa Fascinosa will be running on a twelve-day cruise sailing all the way to the North Cape, and on a nine-day itinerary in the Baltic Sea.

Through spring and tumble 2021, Costa Fortuna, Costa Diadema, Costa Favolosa and Costa Fascinosa will all be running in the Mediterranean. Costa Diadema will stop by Israel and Turkey on two individual alternating two-week cruises. Costa Fortuna will offer Western Mediterranean mini-cruises while Costa Favolosa will be deployed on mini-cruises in the spring and ten-day cruises to Morocco in the tumble. Costa Fascinosa will sail on ten-day holidays bound for Lisbon.

The other cruises formerly scheduled involving March and November 2021 and not involved in the new application will be canceled. Costa is generating the important arrangements to tell journey agents and the clients concerned, who will be assured the option of rebooking in accordance with the relevant necessities of customer safety regulation.

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