Costa Cruises’ new LNG-fueled cruise ship Costa Smeralda has departed the Meyer Turku shipyard in Turku, Finland for her first set of sea trails.
Costa Cruises has announced that its new cruise ship Costa Smeralda will not enter service until November 30th, 2019, forcing the cancellation of several cruises in October.
Costa Cruises revealed the name of its second LNG-powered cruise ship, a sister ship to Costa Smerelda, during a steel cutting ceremony for the new vessel.
Both Costa Cruises and Carnival Cruise Line were struck by fires aboard one of their ships last week during shipyard work.
Costa Smeralda, the soon-to-be new flagship of the Costa Cruises fleet, has finally touched water for the first time, as she was floated out of her dry dock at the Meyer Turku […]
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