Costa gives away onboard spending credits for Dubai cruises in Back to Sea Sale

Costa Cruises is offering fare discounts and onboard spending credits as part of their “Back to Sea Sale”, which includes its Dubai itineraries.

Costa Cruises is homeporting Costa Firenze in Dubai for the winter cruise season and will be offering a range of discounts to passengers who book before September 30th, 2021.

Costa Firenze

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The cruise line has revealed guests who book before the end of September can avail up to $200 per person in fare discounts and up to $100 per person in onboard spending credits as part of their “Back to Sea Sale”.

“We have been anticipating our return to service and there’s no better way to say welcome back than with special savings and spending credits on some incredible itineraries in Europe,” Scott Knutson, Vice President, Sales and Marketing, Costa Cruises North America, told Travel+Leisure.

“The Back to Sea Sale is our way of saying grazie mille for booking with us and choosing to have a truly international cruise experience in a region that no one knows better than Costa,” he added.

The sale is applicable on cruises of seven- to 14-nights in 2021 or 2022, in the eastern or western Mediterranean, northern Europe, or the United Arab Emirates.

Eligible cruises depart from several ports, including Barcelona, Marseille, Venice, Dubai, and Copenhagen.

Each guest will receive either a $100 or $200 fare discount and a $50 or $100 onboard spending credit, depending on their departure. The onboard credit can be used for everything from spa treatments to shore excursions and specialty dining.

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Costa Cruises is homeporting its brand new cruise ship Costa Firenze in Dubai the coming cruise season from November to March. The ship was introduced into service in July this year.

Designed to the Vista-class design of Costa’s parent company Carnival Corporation, Costa Firenze is 135,000-gross tons and carriers more than 3,500 passengers.

She will be a floating city, with 13 restaurants, 7 bars, thousands of cabins designed to reflect the decor of Renaissance Italy and a whole host of amenities and attractions, from a full-scale waterpark on the top deck, to a two-level Broadway-style theatre, spa, casino and more.

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