Mediterranea is planned to arrive in Benoa Bali Indonesia on June 10 where will disembark the Indonesian crew. The final port call is Manila Philippines (June 17) where the Filipino crew will be disembarked.
Last month, Costa Cruises presented the repatriation plan to use Costa Mediterranea to return the Indonesian and Filipino crew members home. Before setting sail Costa Mediterannea made a port call in La Spezia to disembark European crew and pick up the Indonesian-Filipino crew from Costa Pacifica. The ship then left for Brindisi, where the fleetmates Costa Magica and Costa Fortuna transferred to Mediterranea their Indonesian-Filipino crew. The cruise company said all its liners involved in these crew transfers were safe with no positive cases of Coronavirus (COVID-19).
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