October 29.10.2020, 2020 - The corona pandemic is forcing Costa Crociere to revise the 21/XNUMX winter timetable. The Timetables of the ships used in winter 2020/21 were made updated. The ships used for Mediterranean cruises and the 2021 world tour of the Costa Deliziosa are affected.
The world tour of Costa Deliziosa in 2021 was canceled for understandable reasons. Booked guests are referred to the 2022 world tour. The pandemic is forcing the Italian cruise line to update the timetables of the ships used in winter 2020/21. Costa explains:
The company's flagship will continue its current Italy cruises until the end of February 2021. Destinations are the ports of Savona, La Spezia, Cagliari / Sardinia, Messina, Naples and Civitavecchia. The one-week route replaces the trips originally planned from November 14, 2020 with stays in Italy, France and Spain.
The updated itinerary includes some of Italy's most popular cultural strongholds and most beautiful landscapes. At the same time it supports Italy's tourism.
The ship will continue its current week-long voyage in Italy and Greece through January 3, 2021. Destination ports are Triest, Catacolon, Athens, Heraklion / Crete and Bari. Destinations in Montenegro and Croatia are not used.
The ship will be on hold until the beginning of April. 14-day Mediterranean cruises to Turkey will start on April 6, 2021. 14-day cruises to Egypt and Greece are also planned.
The Costa Firenze, which is still under construction, will start seven-day cruises in Italy, France and Spain from February 28, 2021.
The planned cruises in the Caribbean are canceled. Costa Favolosa will launch mini-cruises in the Mediterranean from April 2, 2020.
All guests and travel agencies affected by the changes will be informed. The passengers booked are guaranteed protection in accordance with current legislation. If the infection situation requires further changes, Costa will adapt its programs and inform the guests accordingly.