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Travel Limitations Force Cruise Line to Update Ship Schedules

Costa Cruises which is owned by the Carnival Corporation has been forced to make deployment updates due to limitations in European countries.

Second Costa LNG Cruise Ship to Debut in South America in 2021

During an online conference call today, Costa Cruises announced details on two ships that will sail in South America including the second LNG-powered Costa Toscana.

European Cruise Lines See COVID Issues On The Rise

While Cruise Lines sailing in Europe appeared to be relatively safe from significant issues so far, this week Costa Cruises had to cut a cruise short and MSC Cruises was not allowed to disembark passengers in Malta.

Cruise Cut Short and Seven Passengers Test Positive

Costa Cruises has cut short Costa Diadema's cruises and seven passengers tested positive on a previous cruise.

Another Carnival Corp Cruise Ship Resumes Cruises

With an All-Italian itinerary, Costa Cruises has launched its third ship to operate from Italy during the COVID-19 pandemic.

One of Carnival Corp’s Largest Cruise Ships to Resume Sailings

Costa Smeralda is not just the largest cruise in the Costa fleet but among the largest in the world to resume cruises from Italy.

Carnival’s European Brand Details Gradual Return of Cruises in 2021

Carnival's largest European cruise line has announced its plan on a gradual return of more cruises in 2021.

Cruise Line Cancels Entire Season in South America Impacting Three Ships

Costa Cruises has announced the cancellation of the 2020-2021 South America cruise season impacting three vessels.

Costa Cruise Ship Becomes First in the Fleet to Resume Sailings

Costa Deliziosa has become the first Costa cruise ship to resume cruises since the suspension of operations first started back in March.