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Costa Crociere S.p.A., an Italian company with head office in Genoa, is the premiere European cruise group, and a market leader in Italy, France, Spain, Switzerland and South America. It boasts the most modern fleet of all European cruise companies (ten ships with a total tonnage of approximately 600,000 tons that can accommodate around 15,700 guests in double cabins). Two more new ships have been ordered that will increase the fleet's capacity to approximately 21,500 guests by 2006. All Costa Cruises ships fly the Italian flag and operate in the Mediterranean, Northern Europe, the Caribbean and South America. Costa Cruises stands out for its constant pursuit of excellence and its unmistakable style. Costa Cruises belongs to the Carnival Corporation & plc group, the world leader in the cruise industry.
 
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12 Comments
MIREL
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Saturday, September 28, 2013 5:13 AM  
PREEYA
Today I've been thinking about a vareity of things, among them you, and I sought to see if maybe you were still writing. And here you are. I've really enjoyed so far what I've read on here. (Notably Cactus versus Plumeria, especially this line: Her ears fluttered with waves and wind and wild.)Anyways, down to business. Responding to Mr. Jancik, you asked: [W]hat keeps people from pursuing their dreams fully?My response to your question is a question too: Are all dreams worth pursuing? I suppose at the heart of the question is this: Are all dreams worth dreaming?I look forward to your answer.
Thursday, September 26, 2013 8:39 PM  
USHA
Pre-Existing Medical Conditions: If you have a pre-existing medical cniidtoon that your doctor has been treating within 90 days of you booking your trip and buying insurance, then you want to buy a plan with pre-existing cniidtoon waiver to be sure you are covered. a0Preexisting cniidtoon waivers are included in the basic cost of various plans, but again they require you buy the insurance within 14 days of your initial trip depost.
Thursday, August 01, 2013 8:10 AM  
DENY
Is it a B or Midget. The Midget is a bit too small for my taste, whereas the B is farliy roomy for a LBC (little British car). By 1978 the MG's were emasculated by federal emission standards and the 5 mph bumpers that also had to be at least 15 off the ground. It may even have only one carb; the earlier cars had two. The suspension was raised, making them more top heavy, and the big rubber bumpers were hung on. These regs are what doomed British Leyland as the cars had no fun factor with lower power and lesser handling. I have owned 4 LBC's, all Triumphs and still own a 1971 TR6. I personally would not own one newer than 1973, but it is your choice. Most of the negative aspects of the later cars can be undone these days due to their age and exemption from emissions scrutiny etc, so you should keep that in mind and you will certainly find lots of LBC enthusiasts, resources and parts out there. Cheers and good luck. Hope I did not spoil your enthusiasm, just wanted to share my thoughts.
Sunday, March 03, 2013 11:09 PM  
WESTTAMPA
juank375 el problema es que todo sur armieca CRE QUE VA aplastar alos de concacaF y no es asi LOS EQUIPOS DE CONCACAF NO SON EQUIPOS FACILES. ya vieron uruguay en el REPECHAJE AL MUNDIAL COMO SUFRIO CON COSTA RICA EL PROBLEMA ESTA EN QUE UNOS SEGUN PERIODISTAS PONEN A CONCACAF COMO LO PEOR DEL PLA MIREN HONDURAS EN LA COPA AMERICA TAMIEN DERROTO A BRAZIL . ES MI OPINION
Thursday, November 29, 2012 7:42 AM  
CRUISEREPORT.COM EDITOR
Kuniko, Have you checked the Costa website? There should be information regarding wheelchair access.
Friday, August 03, 2012 4:48 AM  
KUNIKO YAMANISHI
Hi I am planning to go to Europe as cruise trip with my mother end of August.(we will have booked to Fashinosa) Any way I am worry about you provide wheelchair service or not? My mother can wale by herself but sometime she needs wheelchair. I called to travel agency about this matter and ask them. However their not clear to gave me the answer of that. Please give me your response. thank you
Friday, August 03, 2012 12:33 AM  
DMITRY YANOVSKY
I typed my comments but they are not good espression about Costa and system doesn't store. It means Costa wants only good comments.
Tuesday, June 26, 2012 8:35 PM  
DMITRY YANOVSKY
Worse cruise line we ever had. We made 25 Cruises: Celebrity cruise lines, Cunard cruise lines, Royal Caribbean cruises, Princess cruise lines, Azamara cruise lines. And Costa cruise is most unrespectful cruise lines to their passengers. My wife foll down, broke the color bone, lost workability, still in pain for over two months and I sent letter to Head quarkers office in Florida - no response, probable they don't care. I advice everybody to think hard before you go to cruise with Costa cruise lines, just don't do it. They save money for themself, they order cheap unexperience local tour quides and then Tour offfice said they don't have a control of that. Why other cruise lines to do same busyness differently, other cruise lines care of passengers.
Tuesday, June 26, 2012 8:33 PM  
CRUISEREPORT.COM EDITOR
@David, I appreciate your thoughts, but I am not sure that ships can always follow a computer navigation route in all circumstances. Weather conditions, ship traffic and tides can all come into play making it necessary for a Captain to alter course. Every large cruise ship typically has three to four crew on the bridge at all times, even lookouts with binoculars as there are small boats in the water that will not show up on radar.
Tuesday, January 17, 2012 7:13 AM  
DAVE HOOKER
Head of the Management Team Costa Cruises Genoa Italy Dear Sir/Madam Please forward this with urgency. COSTA CONCORDIA DISASTER It was stated by Costa Cruises on the news 15/01/2012 that COSTA CONCORDIA is navigated by computer. It is against the company rules to deviate from computer navigated route. If the master overrides this control he is responsible and THE COMPANY CANNOT KNOW OF THE ROUTE CHANGE. IMPORTANT RECOMMENDATION TO SAVE LIVES AND SAVE THE COMPANY’S NAME. A Costa land based office should employ a master computer that received transmissions from ALL Costa liners at the same time as the ships are sailing. If a deviation to the accepted navigation occurs, audible/transmitted warnings will be instantly enacted. Best wishes for the future of your company Dave Hooker Writer
Tuesday, January 17, 2012 6:03 AM  
CHRISTINE RIGOR
i love costa <3
Saturday, January 07, 2012 10:07 AM  
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