The one where Costa Deliziosa says “Buon Giorno” to Australia

The ports of Sydney, Melbourne and Perth will welcome the first ever ship from Europe’s Costa Cruises next February, the Costa Deliziosa. 

Currently, number one in Europe, Costa Cruises is focusing on increasing their global reach which is great news for cruise fans in Australia who may not have heard too much about the line previously.

Launched in Dubai in February 2010, Deliziosa will be one of the newest and innovative vessels to sail in Australian waters.

“Costa Cruises is very excited about bringing Deliziosa to the Australian market early next year,” said Dario Rustico, Vice President Sales & Marketing Pacific Asia Operations, Costa Cruises.

“The Australasian market continues to experience phenomenal growth and we believe these changes will create the opportunity for our Asian offices to focus on the region and look for opportunities.”

Costa Cruises christened the newest vessel to sail in their 15-strong fleet, Costa Favalosa, last weekend in a glittering ceremony in Trieste. At 114,500 tonnes, she is the largest ship to sail under the Italian flag.

One response to “The one where Costa Deliziosa says “Buon Giorno” to Australia

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