June 2009
Travel Weekly (UK);6/27/2009 TW Cruise, p12
Trade Publication
The article presents information on the ship Costa Luminosa of Costa Cruises. Costa Luminosa is based in Amsterdam, from where it is operating a summer season in Northern Europe. According to the author, this is a young person's ship, excellent for couples who like a lively cruise on a glitzy ship. It repositions to the Mediterranean in September 2009 and will be cruising to the Canary Islands from Savona, Italy, until November 2009.


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