Costa neoClassica Leaves Costa Cruises Fleet

   August 9, 2017 ,   Cruise Industry

Costa Cruises soon announced that its Costa neoClassica ship will leave the fleet in 2018.

The ship's last Costa cruise itinerary is scheduled for March 4, 2018 (7-day "India and Maldives" from Mumbai india to Male Maldives).

Costa Cruises Costa neoClassica ship

Last refurbished in 2014, neoClassica is the company's oldest vessel. The decision was made following the 4 new ships order, with the vessels delivered between 2019-2022. Each of the new Costa ships is 183,000 tons, with over 2600 cabins and passenger capacity 6600.

According to some speculations, Costa neoClassica could join the fleet of the Florida-based company "Bahamas Paradise Cruise Line" run by NCL's formet President Kevin Sheehan. The company currently has one ship - MS Grand Celebration.

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