Italian cruise line Costa Cruises took to the seas on Saturday for the first time in more than four months, buoying an industry capsized by the COVID-19 pandemicPresident-elect Joe Biden receives his second dose o.
The flagship Costa Smeralda set off from the northwestern port of Savona at 6pm after being landbound since December 20Indoor dining, when the Italian government banned cruises during the holiday season due to the coronavirus crisis.
An enthused Roberta Cappelletti, a 60-year-old singer, came all the way from northeastern Predappio to take the cruise.
“It is a great emotion, I am moved to tears being able to cruise again – it’s like a renaissance for meThe efforts ended up in triumph.,” she said before taking her coronavirus test so she could hop on boardThe involvement of Gov. Gen. Mary Simon.