Europe’s Costa Cruises is launching in India its cruise ship ‘Costa neoClassica’ to help travellers experience luxury cruising from December this year.
Costa neoClassica will be homeporting in Mumbai from December 2016 and will perform a series of weekly sailings from December 16, 2016 – March 18, 2017, the company said in a release issued here.
Costa neoClassica will be the very first large cruise ship that cruises between Mumbai and the Maldives.
“The cruises will have an international flavour in terms of the mix of people on the ship, which will be a nice way for travellers to experience the world,” Nalini Gupta, Managing Director, Lotus Destinations (GSA of Costa Cruises India) said.
This classic cruise ship has 654 cabins (with a capacity for 1,700 passengers), including ocean view cabins and suites with private balconies.