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Costa Atlantica becomes first ship of CSSC Carnival Cruise Shipping

Costa AtlanticaCosta Atlantica has become the first vessel of CSSC Carnival Cruise Shipping, a joint venture between China State Shipibuilding Corporation (CSSC) and Carnival corporation & plc. In November last year, Carnival said, the 85,861-ton, 2,210 passenger capacity Costa Atlantica, would be transferred to the new Chinese cruise line by the end of 2019. (cruisebusiness.com)

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Four Carnival Corporation Brands Will Launch New Cruise Ships in 2020

Carnival Corporation & plc  (logo)Carnival Corporation & plc announced it will launch four new cruise ships in 2020 across four of its global cruise line brands – Iona for P&O Cruises UK, Britain’s favorite cruise line; Enchanted Princess for Princess Cruises, the fastest growing international premium cruise line; Mardi Gras for Carnival Cruise Line, America’s cruise line; and Costa Firenze for Italian brand Costa Cruises. (more…)





Costa Cruises to link China’s resort island, Southeast Asia

Costa Cruises (Logo)Italian cruise liner Costa Cruises will launch new trips linking Sanya, a coastal city in south China’s Hainan Province to tourist destinations in Vietnam and the Philippines in January 2020, the company said Monday. The Costa cruise liner will depart from Sanya on Jan. 4 and carry passengers from Sanya to cities including Da Nang, Ha Long Bay, Nha Trang in Vietnam and Manila and Subic in the Philippines. (xinhuanet.com)

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This Chocolate-Themed Cruise Is Setting Sail In 2020

Costa Cruises (Logo)Calling all chocoholics! Your dreams are about to become a reality. Costa Cruises will be have a chocolate-themed European cruise set sail in 2020. The Eurochocolate cruise will offer a unique on-the-water experience that takes travelers all around Europe and features chocolate-related events both on and off the boat. (delish.com)

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Cruise ships in French waters agree to pollute less

The main cruise ship operators in French waters have agreed on measures to limit pollution caused by their vessels, including hooking up to the power grid instead of keeping their engines running during stopovers. The “Blue Charter” agreement signed in Marseille by Costa Cruises, MSC Cruises, Royal Carribean Cruises and Ponant also pledged to use less-polluting fuel when maneuvering in harbors as well as other measures to reduce emissions. (reuters.com)



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