Costa Cruises' newest flagship Costa Toscana departs from Savona (Italy) on her maiden voyage

   March 5, 2022 ,   Cruise Industry

Costa Toscana, the newest Italian-flagged ship in Costa Cruises' fleet, is setting sail today, March 5, from Savona (Italy) on her maiden voyage.

Costa Toscana is the latest-generation ship powered by LNG (liquefied natural gas), the most advanced technology available in the maritime sector to reduce emissions. The parent company of Italy-based Costa Cruises and Germany-based AIDA, Costa Group, was the first in the cruise industry to use LNG. The company has 4 ships powered by the technology: AIDAnovaAIDACosma, Costa Smeralda, and Costa Toscana.

Costa Toscana marks the restart of Costa Cruises' fleet after the COVID crisis pause. After Toscana, 7 more liners will return to operation. Until this summer, the entire fleet of 12 cruise ships will be operational.

From spring 2022 to winter 2022-2023, Costa’s schedule features a total of 1,800+ cruises, with itineraries ranging between 3-127 days in length. The line’s ships will visit 179 destinations with a revamped excursion offer, which provides ~1,800 different tours to enjoy experiences in the heart of each place, also due to long calls in ports. 

Costa Toscana cruise ship

Costa Toscana’s first voyage, departing from Savona (Italy) on March 5, includes a week-long itinerary calling at Marseille (France), Barcelona (Spain), Valencia (Spain), Palermo (Sicily Italy), Civitavecchia-Rome (Italy).

Following her debut, the Costa flagship will remain based in the Western Mediterranean until late November 2022. During the summer season, she is scheduled to call at Savona, Civitavecchia, Naples, Valencia, Ibiza, Marseille, while during the fall Palma de Mallorca will take the place of Ibiza (Spain).

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