Costa Cruises has restarted their sailing with two initial ships departing from Italian ports beginning Sept. 6. Both Cruises are sailing in the Italian Southern and WEstern Mediterranean for a week itineraries that are exclusively for Italian guests.
The Costa Deliziosa has started their journey from Trieste, Italy on Sept. 6, 13, 20, and 27 that is visiting Bari and Brindisi in Puglia, Corigliano-Rossano in Calabria, and Siracusa and Catania in Sicily. Whereas the Costa Diadema will be in the sea from 19th September from Genoa that sails in the western Mediterranean of Italy, including Civitavecchia/Rome, Naples, Palermo, Cagliari, and La Spezia.
Starting November 2020, AIDA Cruises will resume their cruise operations with two of their ships.
Begin on Nov. 1, 1st ship AIDAMAR sails from the Canary Islands depart from Las Palmas, Gran Canaria, followed by sailings from Las Palmas and Santa Cruz de Tenerife with AIDAperla on Nov. 7.
AIDA Cruises will resume operations in the Western Mediterranean with AIDAstella departing on seven-day cruises from Palma, Mallorca, beginning Dec. 12.
AIDAprima will offer seven-day cruises from Dubai, UAE starting Dec. 11 and from Abu Dhabi, UAE beginning Dec. 15.
These short halt cruises are taking place with limited passenger capacity that enhanced health protocols developed with government and health authorities to follow shoreside mitigation guidelines, the company said.
“Our highest responsibilities and top priorities are always compliance, protecting the environment, and the health, safety and well-being of our guests, the communities we visit, and our crew,” said Arnold Donald, CEO of Carnival Corporation.