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26 Jun 2010 EurAsia • Costa Romantica inaugura China Tianjin Terminal Cruise

Martedì 29 giugno 2010 | 00:00
26 Jun 2010 EurAsia • Costa Romantica inaugura China Tianjin Terminal Cruise

Costa Romantica (53.000 tonn di stazza e una capacità totale di circa 1.700 passeggeri) ha approdato e inaugurato il nuovo Cruise Terminal della Cina di Tianjin (Nord China), dove nel 2010 andrà 10 volte.

Terminal Tianjin, può ospitare 6 grandi navi da crociera contemporaneamente.
Il Terminal passeggeri ha una superficie di 59.000 mq. e può gestire fino a 4 mila passeggeri giornalieri.

• Costa Crociere nel 2010 conta di ospitare a bordo delle 2 navi (Romantica e Classica) posizionate in Asia / Cina oltre 120 mila cinesi.

• Costa Crociere in Estremo Oriente approda regolarmente nei porti di Shanghai , Tianjin , Hong Kong e Singapore . Inoltre, in maniera discontinua a Sanya (China) Halong Baia ( Vietnam ), Da Nang ( Vietnam ), Okinawa ( Giappone ), Kagoshima ( Giappone ), Nagasaki ( Giappone ), Fukuoka (Giappone ) Cheju ( Corea del Sud ).

Il Nuovo Terminal Tianjin, premia gli investimenti e il lavoro che per primi come Compagnia di Crociere abbiamo fatto, grazie anche al supporto ricevuto dalle Autorità Cinesi, per cercare di affermare anche in Cina un nuovo tipo di vacanza, la crociera Italian Style, ha affermato Gianni Onorato, Direttore generale di Costa Crociere.


• Costa History in China • ASIA
Costa Cruises has inaugurated the new international cruise terminal in Tianjin with the first port call of the Costa Romantica.

• Since its debut in China in 2006, Italy’s Costa Cruises has invested around 50 million euros in the region and quintupled its cruise capacity, with a total of 93 Chinese port calls in 2010.

Costa Romantica is joining her sister ship Costa Classica, effectively doubling the number of Costa liners deployed in Asia.

Costa Romantica will be calling at Tianjin 10 times this year.

In 2008, Costa inaugurated Shanghai’s cruise terminal on the occasion of the 100th cruise of Costa Allegra.
• 2 Costa liners currently operating in China The Itineraries

The two Costa liners currently operating in China and the Far East – the Costa Classica and Costa Romantica – offer both short cruises, from four to six days, favoured by the local clientele, and longer holidays, from 14 to 16 days, which are more popular with international customers.

• In the 2010 summer season, the Costa Romantica will be offering five and six day cruises to South Korea (Cheju and Pusan) and Japan (Fukuoka) with departures from Tianjin and Shanghai. Meanwhile, in June this year the Costa Classica will resume her direct sailings from Hong Kong to Taiwan; then from July she will be operating out of Shanghai on four to six day cruises to South Korea (Cheju and Pusan) and Japan (Fukuoka, Kagoshima and Nagasaki).

• In the 2010/11 winter season, while the Costa Romantica will be positioned in Mauritius on Indian Ocean cruises, the Costa Classica will be offering 14-day cruises from Hong Kong to Vietnam and Thailand, plus a new 14-day itinerary, which can be broken down into two seven day segments, sailing from Singapore to some of the loveliest destinations in Thailand and Malaysia. In February, May and June 2011 the Costa Classica will once again be deployed on regular scheduled cruises to Taiwan.

• In the 2011 summer season the Costa Romantica will be back in Shanghai operating on four to six day cruises to South Korea (Cheju and Pusan) and Japan (Fukuoka, Kagoshima and Nagasaki). Meanwhile, the Costa Classica will be departing from Tianjin and Shanghai on new six to eight day itineraries to South Korea (Cheju and Pusan) and Japan (Osaka, Fukuoka, Kagoshima and Nagasaki).

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