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Costa Crociere S.p.A

  发表日期:2013年11月6日          【编辑录入:lihua

About Costa Cruises

Costa’s parent company, Genoa-based Costa Crociere S.p.A., has been involved in the passenger side of shipping for nearly 50 years. The Costa brand first appeared on the Italian market in 1854 when Giacomo Costa founded a company trading in fabrics and olive oil between Genoa and Sardinia. By 1916,the company was now under the direction of Giacomo’s three sons. They expanded the business and purchased their first ship, Ravenna in 1924, and soon after, the Langano. In the 1930s, Costa, now a major producer of olive oil in Italy, began the tradition of naming their ships after the names of family member. By 1942, Costa’s fleet was made up of nine vessels. After World War II, only the Langano survived.

 

The family then turned to building and purchasing ships for coastal navigation and started passenger services in 1947 with the sailing of the motor ship Anna C, the first of the Costa fleet to offer air conditioning. The company changed its name to Linea C, which it kept for over three decades on transatlantic links with Latin America. Business services were inaugurated in 1948 to North America and in 1953, the company opened new routes to Venezuela and the Antilles.

 

In the ensuing years, the company added ships, leased some and owned others, as it streamlined its operations. In the 1980s the Costa group decided to concentrate on the passenger and cruise sector. In 1986, Costa Crociere S.p.A. was created and the idea of a ship as a floating hotel was established. In 1989 the company invited outside investors to increase its financial strength which led to tremendous growth for the company in the 1990s. In June 1997, Costa was purchased by Carnival Corporation and Airtours plc, its European partner at the time. The deal increased the investment capacity of the Genoese company but left its Italian identity untouched. In September 2000, Carnival Corporation purchased all of Airtours’ shares and became the sole shareholder of Costa Crociere.

 

Today, the Costa Crociere SpA operates three distinct brands: Costa, Aida Cruises and Iberocruceros, with a total of 24 ships in service and orders for two more.

 

Costa is the only cruise fleet flying the Italian flag and therefore is the only line whose cruise ships are subject to more restrictive environmental, safety and social accountability regulations.

 

Via XII Ottobre 2

 

16121 Genoa, Italy

 

Tel: 39-10-5483-396

 

Fax: 39-10-5483-267

 

US Headquarters

 

200 South Park Road

 

Suite 200

 

Hollywood, Florida 33021

 

Tel: 1-954-266-5600

 

Fax: 1-954-266-2100

 

Website: www.costacruises.com

Ships:

 

Costa Allegra (1992); 1072 p Italy registry

 

Costa Atlantica (2000); 2,114 p Italy registry

 

Costa Classica (1992); 1,308 p Italy registry

 

Costa Concordia (2006); 3,800 p; Italy registry

 

Costa Deliziosa (2010); 2,260 p (do); Italy registry

 

Costa Europa   (1986/2002); 1,494 p  (do); Italy registry

 

Costa Favolosa (2011); 3,780 p; Italy registry

 

Costa Fascinosa (2012);  3,780 p; Italy registry

 

Costa Fortuna  (2003); 2.720 p (do); Italy registry

 

Costa Luminosa (2009); 2,260 p (do); Italy registry

 

Costa Magica   (2004); 2,720 p (do); Italy registry

 

Costa Marina (1990); 772 p (do)  Italy registry

 

Costa Mediterranea (2003);  2,114 p (do); Italy registry

 

Costa Pacifica (2009); 3,000 p (do); Italy registry

 

Costa Romantica (1993); 1,356 p; Italy Registry

 

Costa Serena (2011); 3,000 p (do); Italy registry

 

Costa Victoria (1996); 1928 p (do); Italy registry


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