Costa Cruises

The first Cruise ship of the Costa began his service in 1947. This year Costa cruise ships docking at Civitavecchia Port are: Deliziosa, Diadema, Luminosa, Pacifica, Mediterranea, Neoriviera, Magica, Victoria...

Our Italian cruise company Costa, is based in Genoa, and was founded in the 1854. Costa originally operating cargo ships in the Mediterranean. In the 1947 Costa began his service as cargo passenger services between South America and Italy.

Costa Cruises has co-financed various projects for the construction of port terminals, to offer more services to its passengers, and to facilitate their embarkation on board the ships in the fleet. The first terminal (in order of construction) is the Palacrociere of Savona, which opened in November 2003 and designed by architect Ricardo Bofill. The property is spread over three floors and has a surface of 8400 m².
In Spain, in 2007, Costa Cruises inaugurated the Palacrociere of Barcelona, this time entirely funded by the company. A new terminal will be opened in China, in Tianjin, in 2010: an area of 59000m², this terminal has a reception capacity of 4,000 passengers. In 2013 Costa has opened a second Palacrociere terminal of Savona.

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5 mistakes not to be done on board the cruise ship

Here are the 5 mistakes to avoid on a cruise. 1) Wear white clothes. The sailor look is always very fashionable on board, but pay attention to the stern (the back of the ship), where it is advisable not to wear white clothing. Particles of black powder often come out of the ship’s smokestack together with the smoke, which releases

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Thomson Cruises announces name change in Marella Cruises

The British company Thomson Cruises – cruise branch of the tour operator Thomson and third in importance in the United Kingdom – announced today (10 October 2017) the change of its name in Marella Cruises by the end of this month in view of the general reorganization of the German group TUI of which it is part, which will bring

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