GENOA, Italy, April 30, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — On Saturday, May possibly 1, Costa Cruises will be sailing again from Savona, with its LNG-powered flagship Costa Smeralda on an itinerary exclusively devoted to Italy. To celebrate the restart of Costa Smeralda, nearby and port authorities will be existing at the port of Savona, along with Costa Cruises President Mario Zanetti.
The restart of the Italian-flagged cruise corporation marks an critical economic recovery for the overall territory: in truth, before the Covid-19 crisis, Costa generated in Italy an economic impression of €3.5 billion per year and around 17,000 direct and oblique jobs.
The Costa Smeralda’s 7 days-lengthy itinerary contains Savona, Civitavecchia/Rome, Naples, Messina, Cagliari and La Spezia, and can also be divided into two mini-cruises of 3 or 4 times for those people who choose a shorter holiday getaway.
Costa Smeralda cruises departing from Saturday will follow the techniques set out in the Costa Safety Protocol, the protocol developed by Costa with each other with scientific authorities and Italian authorities, which contains enhanced health and protection steps for all aspects of the holiday break encounter, each on board and ashore. The protocol contains, for example, swabbing all friends in advance of embarkation and immediately after 50 % of the cruise, checking out destinations with safeguarded excursions, new means of using on-board solutions, and wearing a mask when important.
Costa Smeralda will be the initial of a full of four Costa ships to function during the summer time of 2021, supplying cruises in the Mediterranean.
On the times when Costa ships are not working, the Palacrociere terminal in Savona, managed by Costa Cruises, will keep on to be employed by ASL 2 Savona (area General public Overall health Unit) for the Covid-19 vaccination campaign, contributing to the distribution of the vaccine in the Savona area.
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