Tuesday, August 18

Celebrate solo cruises with Costa Cruises’ new initiative

To make cruising even more inexpensive for solo tourists, Costa Cruises is decreasing its single passenger supplement by up to 50% for bookings after 1 December 2009.With cruising evolving an progressively well liked holiday alternative for those journeying solely, the move is certain to be affectionately met – especially as Costa Cruises has the biggest fleet in Europe (14 boats in total), and can cater for all flavours and interests.

For those looking for some rest and relaxation, Costa’s four newest boats – Costa Concordia, Costa Serena, Costa Luminosa and Costa Pacifica – brag the luxury Samsara Spa, amidst the biggest bobbing spas in the world, spanning two decks with up to 6,000 rectangle metres of sheer luxury.Costa Luminosa, the ‘ship of light’, has a thrilling 4D movies, a golf simulator and outdoor putting green, while Costa Pacifica, the ‘ship of music’, has a notes studio where visitors can slash their own CDs and lounges where instrumentalists perform.
Both boats furthermore characteristic a Grand Prix going by car simulator, utilised to train authentic F1 drivers.MD of Costa Cruises, Marco Costa, remarks, “Cruising is the flawless vacation for those journeying solely because there is so much to do, especially aboard Costa ships.

We have excellent activities, truly unbelievable dining experience and a broad alternative of seashore excursions, flawless if you desire to relish some alone-time or meet like-minded people.”With over 250 destinations and 1,100 excursions, Costa Cruises boasts lone tourists a comprehensive alternative of cruises, covering the Mediterranean, Northern Europe, the Middle East, the Indian Ocean, the Far East, North America, the Caribbean and South America.

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