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A wholly-owned subsidiary of Carnival Cruises, Costa provides cruise-goers with a welcoming atmosphere and popular amenities. The cruise provider evokes an Italian vibe that makes a trip on Costa both memorable and entertaining. The largest Italian group in the tourism field, Costa also ranks as a large European cruise provider. Its history goes back to 1854 when Giacoma Costa established Giacomo Costa fu, Andrea. The small company traded olive oil and textiles. By 1924, Giacomo Costa fu Andrea was producing olive oil. The business purchased a steamer, called Ravenna, for transporting raw materials. Twenty-three years later, the company expanded, providing travel for passengers with the debut of its small passenger steamer, Maria C. As of 2020, Costa provides several classes of ships in its fleet. These classes include the Concordia Class, Spirit Class, Classica Class, Sky Class, Voyager Class, and Allegra Class. The Concordia Class showcases the most vessels (currently 5, as of 2020). Other Costa Class ships feature one or two ships in their lines. The cruise line's neoCollection of ships and schedules provides cruise-goers with slower-paced cruises. Therefore, visitors can stay longer in ports while immersing themselves in the area's culture. Ships, such as Costa's neo-Romantica, neo-Riviera, and neo-Classica provides this type of cruise experience. Costa provides families a chance to get involved in one of several onboard programs. A kids' program is featured for kids so parents can enjoy quiet time on the ship and kids can stay entertained. Also, kids and parents can participate in several fun activities, including bingo, talent shows, or karaoke. The cruise line makes it possible for parents traveling with children to enjoy a night out or to spend the day together while kids occupy themselves with fun games and activities. With cruise line volume buys plus our low everyday prices you can save up to 80% versus the brochure price! Book your Costa cruise today with AffordableTours.com, your discounted cruise headquarters.
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