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Costa Cruises ties up with Singapore Tourism Board for joint promotion

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ETW STAFFMumbai

Costa Cruises in partnership with the Singapore Tourism Board has launched a new offering for the Indian market to the Far East, onboard Costa Victoria and Costa Atlantica. Designed to meet the Indian taste, the two itineraries departing from Singapore will enable guests to travel to Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand, and Vietnam.

Costa Atlantica and Costa Victoria, both will sail from the new Marina Bay Cruise Centre Singapore (MBCCS) from November 2012 to January 2013, Costa Victoria (75,200 gross tonnage, 2,394 total Guests and 246 cabins with balconies) will be based in the brand-new Marina Bay Cruise Centre Singapore (MBCCS) to offer three-, four- and seven-day cruises. Dario Rustico, sales and marketing Central Europe, Africa, Middle East and India director, Costa Cruises said, “With these two ships sailing from Singapore’s new terminal, the company consolidates its pioneer spirit and leadership in the Far East: since 2011 we have increased by 300 per cent our capacity within the region and our offering addressed also to the fast growing Indian market.”

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