Spain, Balearic Islands, Italy, France on Costa Fortuna
Costa Fortuna is a tribute to ocean liners of the past. Symbolically built in the legendary shipyards of Genova Sestri ponente, it is the sister of Costa Magica. Its motto is "first class" for the refinement of the furnishings and the elegance of its atmosphere.
The public areas and restaurants are decorated with reproductions of advertising images of the roaring ‘20s and ‘30s. In the lobby there are models of 26 ships of the past that have been part of the Costa Cruises fleet. Thirteen decks are dedicated to international ports. 4 pools, one with a retractable roof, hot tubs and slide, open decks, casino, disco, and theater; all of this classified Costa Fortuna as one of the first ships with new standards of quality and hospitality for cruise vacations, to sail in great comfort to any destination in all seasons.
|1||Tarragona (Spain)||8:00 PM|
|2||Palma De Mallorca (Spain)||8:00 AM|
|3||Palma De Mallorca (Spain)||1:00 AM|
|3||Ibiza (Spain)||8:00 AM|
|4||Ibiza (Spain)||7:00 AM|
|5||Olbia-Emerald Coast (Italy)||9:00 AM||6:00 PM|
|6||Genoa (Italy)||9:00 AM||6:00 PM|
|7||Marseille (France)||8:00 AM||5:00 PM|
|8||Tarragona (Spain)||8:00 AM|