Costa Cruises Offers Free Upgrades, Reduced Deposits on Caribbean Cruises From Miami

Costa Cruises is offering free upgrades and reduced deposits to guests when Costa Luminosa and Costa Mediterranea reposition to Miami, Fla., in December for a season of 10-, 11- and 12-night cruises to the eastern, western and southern Caribbean

The complimentary upgrade on select dates enables guests to sail in an oceanview cabin for the price of an interior or book a verandah cabin for the price of an oceanview, with rates starting at $799 per person, double occupancy.

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Costa Luminosa’s 10-night itineraries include stops at Nassau, Bahamas; Grand Turk, Turks and Caicos; Ocho Rios, Jamaica; Grand Cayman, Cayman Islands; Roatan, Honduras; and Cozumel, Mexico. 

Costa Mediterranea's 11-night sailings call at Samana, Dominican Republic; Road Harbour, Tortola; St John’s, Antigua; Point á Pitre, Guadeloupe; and Philipsburg, St. Maarten; and also has added variations of calls at Nassau or Freeport, Bahamas; Grand Turk; or Key West, Fla. A 12-night cruise also includes a call at St. Kitts.

Complimentary upgrades are available on these departures: Costa Luminosa's Jan. 6 and 16, Feb. 25 and March 7 and 17 sailings; and Costa Mediterranea's Dec. 11, Jan. 2, Feb. 26 and March 9 cruises, with rates starting at just $799. Rates start at $849 for Costa Luminosa's Jan. 26 and Feb. 5 departures, which has a call at Princess Cays instead of Grand Turk, and the Feb. 15 cruise slated to call at Costa Maya, Mexico and Belize City, Belize, instead of Cozumel and Roatan. 

Cruise-only fares do not include airfare or government fees and taxes. Rates are per person, double occupancy. 

For more information, visit www.costacruises.com.

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