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Costa Mediterranea

Capacity
2114
Crew
897
Tonnage
85 619
Length
292.5 m (960 ft)
First voyage
2003
Decks
16

Costa Mediterranea is a Spirit-class cruise ship operated by the Costa Crociere cruise line. She was constructed at the Kvaerner Masa-Yards (currently Aker Finnyards) in Helsinki, Finland at a cost of over €400 million. Like sister ship Costa Atlantica, her design was derived from the Carnival Cruise Lines Spirit-class ships, Carnival Spirit, Carnival Pride, Carnival Legend and Carnival Miracle. On June 16, 2003 she departed on her maiden voyage from Genoa to Spain and Portugal.

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Costa Mediterranea

Cruiseline: 
Capacity (DO): 
2114
Crew: 
897
Tonnage: 
85 619
Length: 
292.5 m (960 ft)
Beam: 
32.2 m (106 ft)
First voyage: 
2003
Decks: 
16

Costa Mediterranea is a Spirit-class cruise ship operated by the Costa Crociere cruise line. She was constructed at the Kvaerner Masa-Yards (currently Aker Finnyards) in Helsinki, Finland at a cost of over €400 million. Like sister ship Costa Atlantica, her design was derived from the Carnival Cruise Lines Spirit-class ships, Carnival Spirit, Carnival Pride, Carnival Legend and Carnival Miracle. On June 16, 2003 she departed on her maiden voyage from Genoa to Spain and Portugal.

The twelve decks are named after mythological and historical characters: Circe, Tersicore, Bacco, Teseo, Orfeo, Narciso, Prometeo, Pegaso, Armonia, Cleopatra, Pandora and Medea.

In 2020, Costa Mediterranea is scheduled to be sold to CSSC Carnival Cruise Shipping.

Refurbishment

Costa Mediterranea was dry docked for a €4 million refurbishment at the Fincantieri shipyard in Palermo from November 21, 2013 to December 4 2013.

Ports of call

On 10 September 2008 Costa Mediterranea was the first ship to make a port call to the Passenger Port of St. Petersburg in Saint Petersburg, Russia.

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Attractions on Costa Mediterranea


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Lido Armonia

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Cozy area for swimming and true relaxation.
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Bar Canal Grande

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Sit down, take a breath, freshen up with delicious cocktails - and go for your own million!
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Mondo Virtuale

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Game room for children, teenagers, and of course their parents with a great variety of video games and tables for air hockey.
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Club Medusa

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Chic paid restaurant, which will offer you a unique combination of ingredients, cooked in unimaginable ways.
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Casino Canal Grande

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While the ship is sailing, there's time to have a go at everything, which includes placing a bet at the Casino. Slot machines, roulettes and poker tables await you, so why not try your luck, have f...
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Cappella

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Cozy chapel on board of the ship.

Bar Solarium

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Open-air bar serving the area of solarium.
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Atrio Maschera d'Argento

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Breathtaking interior, masterpieces of modern art, soft light and a unique atmosphere - you do not want to leave this place.
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Squok Club

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Children Playground for the youngest travellers - kids from 3 to 11 years.
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Sala Olympia

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Room for group aerobic classes.