COSTA CROCIERE CHANGES 2011 MEDITERRANEAN ITINERARIES, REPLACING PORT CALLS IN EGYPT, TUNISIA AND ISRAEL

(HOLLYWOOD, FLA.) – March 8, 2011 – Costa Crociere has announced the replacement of its calls in Tunisia, Egypt and Israel for the balance of 2011. While the Italian company values and appreciates the great appeal of these three countries as prime tourist destinations, due to recent events, Costa Crociere has decided to change the… [Continue Reading]

Costa Cruises Makes 2010 Summer Europe Accessible With Cruises From Just $699 Plus Three Category Upgrades

MIAMI (June 1, 2010) – Costa, Europe’s Number One Cruise Line, is making peak-season Europe accessible with Mediterranean cruise getaways in 2010 from just $699 per person. These limited-time fares are available on the new Costa Pacifica as well as the Costa Serena, Costa Concordia, Costa Fortuna and Costa Victoria. Routes featured include Costa’s most… [Continue Reading]

Costa Offers European Sailings Complete With Air Beginning At Just $128 Per Person A Day

MIAMI (September 30, 2009) – Savor unique European destinations while enjoying La Dolce Vita this winter with Costa, Europe’s Number One Cruise Line. New packages begin at just $1,408 per person and include cruise fare, air fare, air tax, transfers and a one-night post hotel stay, if necessary.
Beginning at $1,408 per person for a 10-night… [Continue Reading]

“Fall In Love” With Europe For A Fraction Of The Price With A Costa Cruise This Autumn

MIAMI, Aug 20: Fall in love with Europe and Cruising Italian Style this autumn on a cruise with Costa, Europe’s Number One Cruise Line. Incredible fares for 7-night sailings come complete with visits to some of the old world’s most celebrated destinations including Venice, Rome, Barcelona and Naples. Travelers may choose from sailings on the… [Continue Reading]

Costa Cruises Invest 22 Million Euros in Fleet Maintenance

MIAMI, Feb 5: Costa, Europe’s Number One Cruise Line, invested approximately 22 million Euros in the past three months for maintenance on five of the 12 ships in its fleet. Ships that were dry-docked for maintenance included the Costa Serena, Costa Europa, Costa Atlantica, Costa Romantica and Costa Concordia. Operations were carried out on the… [Continue Reading]