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Costa Cruises to give away diamond necklaces to lucky cruisers

Posted by Anita Dunham-Potter On November - 1 - 2007

Costa’s necklace In celebration of its 60th year of cruising in 2008, Costa is giving one lucky guest a beautiful six-stone diamond necklace from Diamonds International on every sailing departing from Ft. Lauderdale during its 2007-2008 Caribbean season. Each week, a winner will be randomly selected and presented with a necklace from the Captain on the last night of the cruise during the popular “Roman Bacchanal” festivities.

During this “Diamond Anniversary” celebration, a diamond necklace winner will be selected each week from both the Costa Fortuna and Costa Mediterranea between November 2007 and April 2008. Each necklace was created by Diamonds International exclusively for Costa and features six diamonds set in white gold that cascade in graduating circles and total a half carat in size. Necklaces are valued at $1,000. Winners will be selected randomly by cabin number and must be present at the “Roman Bacchanal” party to win.

“Our guests tell us just how memorable our cruises are for the special brand of magic we create of bringing the love, laughter and la dolce vita of Italy to life on our ships—and for two lucky guests each week, that experience will become even more memorable,” said Lynn C. Torrent, President & CEO of Costa Cruise Lines—North America. “The excitement on the ships this season is sure to be more incredible than ever as the week builds up to the final evening of the cruise when guests discover whether they’ve won a new diamond necklace.”

Costa’s unique and authentic onboard Italian flair provides guests with a feeling of “Italy in the tropics” on its Caribbean routes. For many, sailing Costa offers a “new” way of experiencing the Caribbean ports of call they know and love – bringing to mind the romance and warmth of Italy without having to cross the Atlantic. From homemade pastas and delectable desserts, to Italian greetings including “buon giorno” in the morning and “buona sera” in the evening, the “amore” of the old world stays with guests long after they disembark from their cruise. Festive onboard activities include everything from on-deck bocce ball games, tarantella dancing under the stars and Italian cooking lessons during “Festa Italiana,” to the famous “Roman Bacchanal” soirée, where guests don tasteful togas and celebrate as the Romans did centuries ago!

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