hishmurgh - Answered a Question by McCague (13 Oct 07 14:30)

Costa not only celebrate Christmas they always sail with a Roman catholic priest on board. Christmas is a lovely time on board ship.Christmas Eve they serve a special candlelight dinner there are usaually large Christmas trees and decorations around the ship you will hear carols so often youll wish they would stop.MidnightMass is in the theatre and is usually in 5 languages and when that is over you will well and truly know its Christmas.On Christmas Day Santa arrives for the children on board However I have only cruised at Christmas in Europe so things may differ in the Carribean but I doubt i.

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heath - Answered a Question by McCague (14 Oct 07 16:24)

Of course there will be all the trimmings that you would expect at Xmas time, so be prepared to enjoy and to put on some wieght.

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Gwendoline - Answered a Question by McCague (14 Oct 07 16:38)

Of course there will be, everyone loves Christmas.

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