Full of Italian charm and Mediterranean ambience, Costa Cruises make an ideal choice for a low-cost cruise in the sunshine for couples and family cruises, people wanting to escape British crowds and fans of contemporary Italian cruising. When you're not off exploring the wonderful destinations on the ships' itineraries, days onboard can be spent relaxing on the sun decks or taking part in the many activities available to guests. Whether you like to use your holiday as a chance to relax or unwind, socialise with others or get active, Costa Cruises' fleet has something to suit everyone.
Costa Cruises Health and Safety
As Costa Cruises welcomes guests back onto their ships, fleet-wide health and safety measures have been enhanced.
To ensure that guests are fit to travel, they must fill out an online questionnaire prior to boarding and have their temperature taken at the embarkation terminal. In addition, check-ins will be done online to allow guests to socially distance, and guests must wear masks when boarding.
Onboard and ashore
With social distancing being so important, Costa have reduced the capacity of their ships, and will allow fewer guests in public areas and on shore excursions. Restaurants will also be adapted so there is more spacing between tables and seating, and table service instead of buffets. Signs throughout the ship will remind guests to always stay a safe distance from one another, and hand sanitiser dispensers will be conveniently located onboard.
On top of their already high standards, Costa Cruises will increase the frequency of cleaning and disinfection, including public areas multiple times a day, cabin deep cleans before each cruise and further cleaning each day.
To ensure crew safety, they will have their temperatures taken before and after each sailing, be equipped with PPE and be fully trained in safety procedures. Should anyone become ill onboard, each ship has a medical centre with doctors and other healthcare professionals on hand.