Costa steel cutting

CONSTRUCTION is underway on Costa Smeralda, the first of two Costa Cruises ships to be powered by liquefied natural gas (LNG) - touted as "the cleanest burning fossil fuel". A steel cutting ceremony was held for the vessel yesterday at a Meyer shipyard in Turku, Finland, with the unit set to enter service from Oct 2019. The 6,600-passenger Costa Smeralda will sail in the Western Mediterranean and bookings are scheduled to open early 2018. A sister ship to Costa Smeralda will be delivered by Meyer Turku in 2021. Parent company of Costa Cruises, ...
The above snippet is the first part of an article sent to subscribers in Cruise Weekly's issue from 14 Sep 17

CLICK HERE to download Cruise Weekly from 14 Sep 17

Make a comment...

Register for Cruise Weekly trial subscription Established in 2008, Cruise Weekly is Australasia's favourite online cruising publication, and is sent as a free subscription to cruise lovers and the cruise industry as a PDF newsletter each Tuesday and Thursday.

Show Cruise Weekly items by month: