Costa Cruises' ship Fortuna restarts service in Germany

   June 14, 2022 ,   Cruise Industry

Costa Cruises' ship Costa Fortuna restarted service in Germany.

Returning after a 2-year halt due to the COVID crisis, the liner is kicking off a summer program in Northern Europe.

The first voyage is a 14-night itinerary to Iceland and the British Isles round-trip from Bremerhaven (Bremen, Germany). Prices start from USD 2279 (double occupancy rates). The itinerary started on 11 Jun 2022 and ends on 25 Jun 2022. Ports of call include IJmuiden, Netherlands (Jun 12), Lerwick, Mainland Shetland, Scotland (Jun 14), Seydisfjordur, Iceland (Jun 16), Akureyri, Iceland, Lake Myvatn (Jun 17), Isafjordur, Westfjords Iceland (Jun 18), Grundarfjordur, Iceland (Jun 19), Reykjavik, Iceland (Jun 20), Kirkwall, Orkney Island, Scotland (Jun 22), Invergordon, Scotland (Jun 23).

Until September, the 2003-built Costa Fortuna will sail to Norway and Western Europe. During the winter of 2022-2023, the vessel will be based in Argentina, with a 3- to 9-night schedule in Brazil and Uruguay.

Costa Fortuna cruise ship

With a design similar to Carnival's Destiny Class, the Costa Fortuna ship originally entered service in 2003. At the time, the 110,000 GT vessel was the largest passenger ship ever built for a European company and also the largest Italy-flagged.

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