Costa Cruises Set To Restart Entire Fleet

Costa Cruises continues its gradual restart plan for 2022. From March 5, when the new Costa Toscana sets sail for its first cruise, an increasing number of the company’s ships will return to service, joining those already sailing.

By summer, the company’s entire fleet will resume operations, with all four of the new ships delivered in recent months — Costa Toscana, Costa Smeralda, Costa Firenze and Costa Venezia — deployed in the Mediterranean.

Also, for the summer season, with the hope of favorable regulations, the company is planning to lift rules around shore excursions and in light of the gradual relaxation of the measures in place, is working to be able to make them available in the spring.

Costa’s program includes a total of more than 1,800 cruises from spring 2022 to winter 2022-23, allowing guests to discover 179 destinations around the world, with cruises lasting from three to 127 days. All these cruises will feature the new product innovations the company has been working on in recent months, with an innovative range of shore excursions and an outstanding gastronomic offer featuring world-class chefs.

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