Monday, December 5, 2011

Costa Voyager Officially Enters Costa Fleet

On November 20th, Costa Cruises introduced the Costa Voyager. The Costa Voyager is versatile and suitable for cruises to the Red Sea, a new destination that Costa Cruises
The Costa Voyager was transferred from Costa's sister Company Ibero Cruises to replace the departing Costa Marina.

Before entering into service for the Costa fleet, the Costa Voyager underwent renovation work, from November 9th to 19th costing around 2.5 million euros, at the San Giorgio shipyard at Genoa, Italy

The Costa Voyaged has 416 cabins in total, including 16 panoramic suites and 12 suites with private balcony. The ship has 3 restaurants, 4 bars, a theater, wellness center with gym, treatment rooms, sauna and Turkish bath, swimming pool, disco, shopping centre and Squok club (children's club).

The Costa Voyager's first cruise was a 15-day journey from Savona, leaving on 20 November 2011 and traveling to Sharm el-Sheikh in the Red Sea. The Costa Voyager will be offering week-long cruises in the Red Sea, starting on December 5th from Sharm el-Sheikh. After spending overnight in Sharm el-Sheikh, ports of call include Eilat (Israel), Aqaba (Jordan), Safaga (Egypt), Sokhna (Egypt).

The Costa Voyager was built by Blohm & Voss, Germany for Royal Olympic Cruises. She entered service in 2000.


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