28.09.2020 - Costa Cruises has just presented its new timetables from April to November 2021. The focus is on an expanded Mediterranean offering and the resumption of northern European cruises departing from German ports.
The route planning for the 2020/2021 winter season is already available. Now Costa has revised the plans for the rest of 2021. The aim is to provide guests with the best possible cruise experience while taking comprehensive health protection into account. The main points are: expansion of the destinations in the Mediterranean Sea and a comeback of the Northern European cruises departing from German ports. Details of the new timetables and booking information will soon be available to those interested on the Costa website and in travel agencies.
From March to autumn 2021, three Costa ships will cruise the western Mediterranean. These are the Costa Smeralda, the first LNG ship in the fleet, the Costa Firenze, the ship still under construction at the Fincantieri shipyards and the Costa Pacifica. They all offer 7-day cruises with destinations in Italy, France and Spain.
Three other ships serve the eastern Mediterranean with seven-day voyages. The Costa Deliziosa heads for the Greek islands; Costa Luminosa calls at ports in Greece and Croatia, and the Costa Magica travels to Greece and Malta.
Costa Fortuna, Costa Diadema, Costa Favolosa and Costa Fascinosa also serve the Mediterranean. Costa Diadema travels to Israel or Turkey in a 2-week trip. The Costa Fortuna makes mini cruises in the western Mediterranean; Costa Favolosa also offers mini cruises to Morocco in spring. Ten-day Morocco cruises will not be on offer until autumn 2021. The trips of the Costa Fascinosa to Lisbon are also designed for ten days.
Costa Favolosa in the port of Malaga
Northern Europe cruises from German ports
During the summer season 2021, Costa will deploy three cruise ships for German guests in Northern Europe. Are departure ports Kiel and Bremerhaven. The Costa Diadema undertakes one-week trips from Kiel to the capitals of the Baltic states and the Norwegian fjords. Between May and September the Costa Favolosa undertakes two-week cruises from Bremerhaven to Iceland, nine-day trips to the Norwegian fjords or 14-day trips around Ireland, Scotland and England. Costa Fascinosa makes 12-day trips from Kiel to North Cape or a nine-day Baltic Sea tour.
One downer in the wine is allowed: All other cruises planned between March and November 2021 that are no longer included in the new program will be canceled. You can book the cruises directly on the website of -> e-hoy