Costa Cruises has deserted plans to return to Europe in March, shifting its restart to Might.
The choice has been taken in consideration of the restrictions nonetheless in place in Italy and different European international locations to include Covid-19.
Such measures don’t enable the corporate to supply the most effective cruise holidays to its visitors, particularly for what issues the expertise ashore.
Consistent with the brand new plan, Costa Smeralda’s departure in Italy is deliberate for Might 1st, with an unchanged itinerary, crusing visitors to lovely Italian places.
From June 12th, the ships will return to crusing one-week cruises within the western Mediterranean, with visits to Italy (Savona, Civitavecchia and Palermo), France (Marseille) and Spain (Barcelona and Palma de Mallorca).
The departure date of Costa Luminosa, the second Costa ship scheduled to renew service, is postponed to Might 16th from Trieste, and the next day from Bari, confirming its program of one-week cruises in Greece and Croatia, in accordance with current roadmap for the resumption of worldwide tourism in Greece.
As beforehand introduced, all different cruises scheduled till the top of Might, and never included within the Costa Smeralda and Costa Luminosa packages up to date in the present day, are cancelled.
Costa is within the means of informing journey brokers and prospects affected by adjustments.