Costa Cruises is opening sales for its 2024 deployment, going through November 2024.
Three ships will be sailing in the Western Mediterranean for week-long cruises calling on Italy, France and Spain: the Costa Smeralda and Costa Toscana, sister ships, and the Costa Pacifica.
The Costa Smeralda will depart from Genoa every Friday, starting March 22, to visit Marseille, Barcelona, Cagliari, Naples, and Civitavecchia/Rome.
The Costa Toscana will sail from Savona every Saturday, starting in late March, for an itinerary that will call at Marseille, Barcelona, Palma de Mallorca, Palermo, and Civitavecchia/Rome. During the summer season, Palma will be replaced by Ibiza.
Starting May 5, the Costa Pacifica will depart from Savona every Sunday, exploring Civitavecchia/Rome, Ajaccio (Corsica), Palma de Mallorca, Valencia and Marseille, with La Spezia replacing Ajaccio in the fall.
The Costa Deliziosa will sail in the eastern Mediterranean, with an itinerary that includes Marghera/Venice, Bari, the beautiful Greek islands of Santorini, Mykonos, and Katakolon. Also confirmed are cruises from Taranto and Catania, bound for the Greek islands and Malta, the sale of which will open in the coming weeks, the company said.
During summer, three ships – Costa Favolosa, Costa Fascinosa and Costa Diadema – will sail in Northern Europe.
The Costa Diadema will offer week-long cruises from Kiel, bound for Copenhagen and the Norwegian fjords.
The Costa Favolosa will offer four different itineraries, from Amsterdam, visiting Greenland, Iceland, England and Ireland, and the Lofoten Islands.
The Costa Fascinosa will be dedicated to 12-day cruises to the North Cape, and nine-day cruises to the Baltic.
In the spring and fall there are three- and four-day Western Mediterranean mini-cruises offered on the Costa Pacifica and Costa Fascinosa.
The 2025 edition of the world cruise, onboard Costa Deliziosa, will circumnavigate the globe mostly in the Southern Hemisphere, visiting Tierra del Fuego, Polynesia, New Zealand, Australia and South Africa. For the first time, the departure will be in early December 2024, so guests can enjoy New Year’s Eve in Rio de Janeiro.