Costa's Web Check-In System

Costa Cruises has made the cruise check-in process easier with its new web check-in system. Guests sailing on all of Costa’s itineraries worldwide can access the system by visiting

To begin the online check-in process, guests will need to first enter their seven-digit booking number and last name. From there, they can access their boarding form, which they can then fill in with important information needed for sailing, including the names and travel documentation information for all guests that are part of the booking.

Once all information is filled in, guests need to check that the boarding form is complete. If so, their boarding documents are ready to print.

The service is available from the time guests have booked and paid for their cruise in full up until the day prior to departure.

“Our web check-in system offers guests an additional ease of travel by allowing them to conveniently check-in from the comfort of their home,” said Ruben Perez, senior vice president of guest services and revenue management for Costa North America. “We’re always looking for ways to make the entire cruise experience more pleasurable for our guests and this is an extension of that. We’re certain many of our guests will quickly appreciate this new service.”

Costa also offers electronic check-in kiosks for guests departing from Port Everglades on Caribbean routes.

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