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What are the destinations of the Costa Cruise Line?

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Costa Cruise Lines travels to destinations across the entire globe, including Europe, the Indian Ocean, the west Pacific, the Arabian Peninsula, and North and South America. Within these regions, the cruise line stops at various countries, cities and attractions, such as Spain, Dubai and the Norwegian fjords. Customers can view and book a full list of Costa Cruise Lines destinations and packages by visiting the company's website or by calling its toll-free booking hotline.

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As of September 2015, Costa Cruise Lines offers short cruises, such as a week-long cruise through the Caribbean, departing from Fort Lauderdale, Florida. On the other end of the spectrum, the cruise line offers a 98-day cruise of the "Great Oceans" that departs from Italy before traveling through the Caribbean, the west coast of Mexico and the United States, Australia, India, and other Indian-Ocean nations, before ending in the Persian Gulf.

Costa Cruise lines is Europe's largest cruise operator. The company operates 15 cruise ships. The Costa Diadema is the company's newest ship and also its flagship. The Diadema is over 1,500 feet long. For entertainment, it offers 10 restaurants, 15 bars and lounges and a cinema. For recreation, the ship offers a jogging track, waterpark, three swimming pools, eight jacuzzis and a spa.

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