Costa Fortuna sailed into the Costa Cruises’ fleet in 2003. Step aboard and enjoy a relaxed and intimate ambience, classic décor, and an eclectic collection of works of art. Costa Fortuna boasts twelve passenger decks lined with 1354 chic cabins and suites, four pools - including one with a retractable cover and waterslide – and five Jacuzzis, a spa and wellness centre, multi-purpose sports pitch, three-level theatre, shopping centre, four restaurants, and 11 bars including a Cognac and Cigar bar. The ship also drops anchor in some fascinating ports of call where you can enjoy sightseeing, culinary experiences, and a variety of activities ashore.
Michelangelo 1965 and Rafaello 1965 Restaurants are the two main dining venues; both span two decks and follow the traditional cruising style of assigned seating with set times at dinner. Breakfast and lunch are served in a casual atmosphere of open seating; with the choice of ordering items from a menu or serving yourself from the impressive buffet. Ristorante Cristoforo Colombo offers a buffet all hours of the day with themed stations featuring an array of cuisines such as Mediterranean, American, and Italian, in addition to low-calorie selections. Coffee, tea, and hot chocolate are also available here 24 hours a day. Savour mouth-watering steaks and personalised service at Club Grand Conte. If you prefer to cosy up in your cabin, room service is available round the clock with an expansive range of food choices.
Chill out after a long day and enjoy a cognac and cigar at the Classico Roma 1926 Bar. Meet up with new-found friends at Costa Atrium and sip on cocktails, whilst listening to live musical performances, including opera music. Leonardo Da Vinci 1960 Lounge also offers a large seating area and live entertainment. If you prefer something a little mellower, head to Conte Rosso 1921 Piano Bar – an intimate lounge where you can enjoy ambient piano music and listen to live performances of various genres of music.
During the daytime, unwind by one of the four pools or take a refreshing dip in one of the five Jacuzzis. Indulge in sunbathing at Lido Oceania or enjoy family fun on the water slides at Lido Barcellona. Treat yourself with some retail therapy at the shopping centre or discover fun times for younger guests in Squok Club and Virtual World Game Room. Retreat to Saturnia Spa 1927 for a rejuvenating treatment or to experience a Turkish bath. After dinner, head to the Costa Atrium for live musical performances or take your seat in Rex 1932 Theatre for entertainment shows. Enjoy a twirl around the dance floor with your partner at Conte Verde 1923 Ballroom or try your luck on the slot machines and gaming tables at the Neptunia 1932 Casino. End your day in style with late-night dancing at Vulcania 1927 Disco.
Day 1: Fly UK to Singapore
Fly from your chosen UK airport to Singapore. On arrival be privately transferred to the your four-star hotel for your three-night stay.
Day 2 - 3: Singapore
Singapore is one of the most popular destinations in Asia for tourism and it is very easy to see why. A modern day metropolis with a wide range of cultural diversity and a huge emphasis on technology all coming together to attract people the world over. Take a shopping trip down Orchard Road, a shopper’s paradise of designer shops and department stores you will be spoilt for choice for what to buy, journey to the Singapore Botanical Gardens with 120 acres showcasing some weird and wonderful plants or head to the world famous Raffles Hotel and relax with a Singapore Sling Cocktail. Singapore is a city that you will want to visit again and again.
Day 4: Singapore (Embarkation Day)
After check out, be privately transferred to the port to board Costa Fortuna for your seven-night Thailand & Cambodia cruise.
Day 6: Koh Samui, Thailand
Explore Thailand's third-largest island — Koh Samui. Formerly known for its coconut plantations, the island is now famous for its white-sand coastline and exciting water sports. You can see Wat Phrayai and its 39-foot Buddha monument or head further inland to admire the stunning Na Muang Waterfalls. Pay a visit to the unique Hin Ta and Hin Yai rocks (the Grandpa and Grandma rocks). Get up close to indigenous marine and animal life at Samui Aquarium with Tiger Show. View the most famous poisonous snakes in Asia at the Snake Farm.
Day 7 - 8: Laem Chabang, Thailand
Laem Chabang is located two hours south of Bangkok. It is Thailand's largest and busiest industrial port, handling millions of tons of cargo each year. Most passengers head straight to Bangkok to discover the golden temples and sacred statues of Buddha. Have lunch at one of the world's top Michelin-starred restaurants. Be dazzled by the neon lights of downtown Bangkok where you will find the main shopping centres around Siam Square. Shopping in Bangkok is something to behold; with a combination of shopping centres and markets, you can pick up some of the finest souvenirs. Jump in a tuk-tuk and explore Bangkok's temples, palaces and markets.
Day 10: Sihanoukville, Cambodia
Sihanoukville sits on the Gulf of Thailand. As one of Cambodia's major holiday destinations, you can spend your day sunbathing, shopping and enjoying fresh seafood on Sihanoukville Beach. Visit Wat Krom and Wat Leu — two of Sihanoukville's temples — or head to Ream National Park which is home to monkeys, jungle, and various bird species. Go snorkelling and horse riding or kayak through mangrove forests. Sihanoukville is Cambodia's first and only deep-water port, which is today a busy and expanding town with plenty to keep you entertained until your departure.
Day 11: Singapore to UK
Today your cruise comes to an end. Disembark and be privately transferred to the airport for your return flight back to the UK.