Costa Smeralda’s departure in Italy, previously planned for March 27, is now scheduled for May 1. It will sail an unchanged itinerary of three- and four-day mini-cruises in Italy, or alternatively, a seven-day cruise calling at Savona, La Spezia, Civitavecchia, Naples, Messina and Cagliari.
From June 12, Costa Smeralda will return to sailing one-week cruises in the western Mediterranean, with visits to Italy (Savona, Civitavecchia and Palermo), France 9Marseille), and Spain (Barcelona and Palma de Mallorca).
The departure date of Costa Luminosa, the second Costa ship scheduled to resume service, is postponed to May 16 from Trieste, and the following day from Bari, confirming its program of one-week cruises in Greece and Croatia.
Costa is currently working with national and local authorities of the countries included in its itineraries outside of Italy to define the details of the resumption of its cruise operations.
As previously announced, all other cruises scheduled until the end of May, and not included in the Costa Smeralda and Costa Luminosa programs updated today, are cancelled. Costa is in the process of informing travel agents and customers affected by these changes.