Prepare for eight days of relaxing travel through the sea when you join the Costa Fortuna from Buenos Aires and back again.
Spending time in rare destinations such as Ilha Grande and Ilhabela makes this cruise noteworthy. This route is a rare one for the Fortuna, But this is the least expensive sailing.
This includes all all meals, entertainment, port charges, and taxes. No sneaky extra fees! At under $110 per day, this bargain is strong.
More than 2,600 passengers can be accomodated on the flagship of the Fortuna class, based in South America and refurbished less than five years ago in 2018.
The Fortuna has a casino, a solarium, a gym, a spa, five jacuzzis, and four pools.
Since it was first listed on April 1st of last year, The cost of a cabin on this sailing has varied between $705 and $865 inclusive of $206 in taxes and port fees. This graph shows the price over time for every type of cabin.
|$108.12 per day||$126.88 per day||$143.12 per day|
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This cruise is made up of four port days and three days at sea. Highlights include visits to rare destinations like Ilha Grande and Ilhabela.
|Fri, Mar 10||Buenos Aires, Argentina||7:00pm|
|Sat, Mar 11||At Sea|
|Sun, Mar 12||At Sea|
|Mon, Mar 13||Rio de Janeiro, Brazil||10:00am||8:00pm|
|Tue, Mar 14||Ilha Grande, Brazil||8:00am||6:00pm|
|Wed, Mar 15||Ilhabela, Brazil||8:00am||2:00pm|
|Thu, Mar 16||At Sea|
|Fri, Mar 17||Montevideo, Uruguay||1:00pm||7:00pm|
|Sat, Mar 18||Buenos Aires, Argentina||8:00am|
The Fortuna sails this route three times this year. The Musica also sails a route with the same stops but a slightly different schedule. In the accompanying graphic you can see a visualization of when this ship sails as well as the relative price.