Costa Cruises Orders New Ship from Fincantieri

GENOA (Aug. 3, 2011) — Costa Crociere S.p.A. has placed a new order with Fincantieri
S.p.A. for the construction of a new cruise ship.
The new ship, with a gross tonnage of 132,500, 3,700 lower berths, 4,928 total guest
capacity and 1,854 cabins, will be the largest Italian cruise ship and the 10th ship ordered
from Fincantieri by Costa… [Continue Reading]

The Romance of Travel Renewed: Costa Unveils Its 2009 Worldwide Voyages

MIAMI, FL, Feb 19 – In 2009, travelers may experience the romance of travel renewed in 250 ports, on more than 100 different itineraries and in 78 countries when sailing with Costa, Europe’s Number One Cruise Line. New brochures detailing Costa’s special brand of “love, laughter and la dolce vita” on routes throughout Europe, Dubai,… [Continue Reading]

Costa Continues Its Eastern Expansion With Mauritius Debut & Cruises From Dubai

MIAMI, FL, Dec 21 – Costa Marina called in Mauritius for her first time today, marking the beginning of the 2007-08 winter cruise season in which the ship will sail 14-night Indian Ocean routes. The ship’s first call marks the debut of Mauritius as an international cruise destination, and is a global first for the… [Continue Reading]

Four Costa Ships Receive A 15-Million Euro Restyling

MIAMI, FL, Dec 18 – Between November and December 2007, Costa, Europe’s Number One Cruise Line, carried out restyling operations and technical maintenance on four ships while in dry dock, totaling an investment of 15 million euros. The works were carried out in the dry-docks of the ports of Genoa and Palermo. From November 13-23,… [Continue Reading]

Costa Mediterranea to Sail South America for 2008/09 Season

MIAMI, FL, Nov 1 – Costa, Europe’s Number One Cruise Line, will send the beautiful, 86,000-ton Costa Mediterranea to South America for the 2008/2009 winter cruise season. The ship will feature 44 new, exclusive spa accommodations. In addition, the Costa Magica and Costa Marina will also sail the region on routes throughout Brazil and Argentina…. [Continue Reading]