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Costa neoRiviera

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Costa neoRiviera

Capacity
1248
Crew
622
Tonnage
48 200 GT
Length
216 m (709 ft)
First voyage
1999
Decks
12

MS Costa neoRiviera is a cruise ship currently sailing for Costa Crociere and formerly operated by Ibero Cruises.

History

In 1999 Festival Cruises delivered their first new build MS Mistral which was built by Chantiers de l'Atlantique. Her maiden cruise started on 17 July 1999, from Venice to the Greek islands.

But following the collapse of Festival Cruises in 2004 most of its fleet was sold off including Mistral that was sold to Viajes Iberojet which... Read more

Costa neoRiviera

Cruiseline: 
Capacity (DO): 
1248
Crew: 
622
Tonnage: 
48 200 GT
Length: 
216 m (709 ft)
Beam: 
28.8 m (94 ft)
First voyage: 
1999
Decks: 
12

MS Costa neoRiviera is a cruise ship currently sailing for Costa Crociere and formerly operated by Ibero Cruises.

History

In 1999 Festival Cruises delivered their first new build MS Mistral which was built by Chantiers de l'Atlantique. Her maiden cruise started on 17 July 1999, from Venice to the Greek islands.

But following the collapse of Festival Cruises in 2004 most of its fleet was sold off including Mistral that was sold to Viajes Iberojet which was sometimes called Iberojet and the cruise line was owned by a company also named Iberojet. Mistral was renamed Grand Mistral. In 2007 Viajes Iberojet was sold to Carnival Corporation & plc and was renamed Ibero Cruises, the next year the Grand Mistral received the new Ibero Cruises livery and continued sailing for Ibero Cruises.

In 2013 Costa Crociere announced to transfer the Grand Mistral in late 2013, that meant that her 2013/2014 winter season had to be cancelled and passengers who booked on her future cruises were refunded.

Grand Mistral was retired from Ibero Cruises in November 2013. She was transferred to Costa Crociere and renamed to Costa neoRiviera, she was also given new voyages. Her itineraries will feature more overnight and unusual calls to ports, as a part of Costa's new project featuring their smaller ships. Costa Crociere invested 10 million euros into refurbishing Costa neoRiviera and into maintenance checkup of Costa neoClassica and Costa Voyager.

It was announced on 25 May 2018 that she will be transferring to AIDA Cruises to be a part of their selection fleet to do exotic cruises. Her inaugural cruise leaves on 4 December 2019 from Palma de Mallorca, Spain.

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Costa_neoRiviera

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Attractions on Costa neoRiviera


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Cetara Restaurant

Average: 8 (1 vote)
Chic restaurant which is ready to pleasure you with its delightful atmosphere, delicious dishes and service at the highest level.
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Solarium

Average: 4 (1 vote)
Here you can luxuriate under the warm sun, reminisce your unforgettable moments from the past and dream of a colorful future.

Amalfi Lounge

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Cigar lounge for true connoisseurs.
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Teen's Club

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Club for the Teens, where they can take part in different sport competitions, parties, karaoke-evenings and other entertainments.
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Riviera Atrium

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Breathtaking interior, masterpieces of modern art, soft light and 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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Positano Cafe

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Delightful bar, where you can have a nice little chat and share your impressions with loved ones and with your new friends while drinking martini and listening to live music. And don't forget to da...
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Beauty Salon

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Perfect hair and manicure, unforgettable make-up and variety of beauty treatments - here you'll become a true Queen of the cruise.
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Sorrento Galleria Shops

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Shopping area with a variety of shops for your unforgettable shopping - duty free, souvenirs, clothing and much more other nice things.

Corniglia Bar

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Cozy outdoor bar with refreshing drinks. For smokers.