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Costa Pacifica

Capacity
3008
Crew
1100
Tonnage
114 500
Length
290.2 m (952 ft)
First voyage
2009
Decks
14

Costa Pacifica is a Concordia-class cruise ship for Costa Crociere. She was handed over to Costa Crociere on 29 May 2009. Her sister ships, Costa Concordia and Costa Serena, were launched in 2006 and in 2007, with Costa Favolosa and Costa Fascinosa launched in 2011 and 2012 respectively.

Concept and construction

Costa Pacifica is the third ship of the Concordia-class, preceded by sister ships Costa Concordia and Costa Serena... Read more

Costa Pacifica

Cruiseline: 
Capacity (DO): 
3008
Crew: 
1100
Tonnage: 
114 500
Length: 
290.2 m (952 ft)
Beam: 
36 m (118 ft)
First voyage: 
2009
Decks: 
14

Costa Pacifica is a Concordia-class cruise ship for Costa Crociere. She was handed over to Costa Crociere on 29 May 2009. Her sister ships, Costa Concordia and Costa Serena, were launched in 2006 and in 2007, with Costa Favolosa and Costa Fascinosa launched in 2011 and 2012 respectively.

Concept and construction

Costa Pacifica is the third ship of the Concordia-class, preceded by sister ships Costa Concordia and Costa Serena and was followed by Costa Favolosa and Costa Fascinosa on 2011 and 2012, all part of the expansion program of Costa which entailed an investment of 2.4 billion Euro, and is currently the largest fleet expansion program in the world.

Costa Pacifica was ordered on 14 December 2005, by Carnival Corporation, the parent company of Costa Crociere. The order was four ships, which includes; Carnival Dream, for Carnival Cruise Lines; Nieuw Amsterdam for Holland America Line; and Ruby Princess for Princess Cruises, at a total cost of US$3 billion.

The bow section of Costa Pacifica was built at the Fincantieri Palermo shipyard and was launched on 24 July 2007. The section was then towed to Fincantieri's Sestri Ponente in August 2007 for further work, which also marked the announcement of the ship's name. She was launched at Fincantieri's Sestri Ponente shipyard on 30 June 2008. She returned to Sestri Ponente from her sea trials on 30 March 2009, for the fitting-out process. Almost 3,000 workers helped in the construction of Costa Pacifica.

She was later christened at Genoa, Italy on June 5, 2009, in a dual christening ceremony, together with Costa Luminosa.

Amenities

Costa Pacifica has 1,504 passenger cabins of various sizes. There are five dining areas, thirteen bars, four swimming pools, various water and health related facilities and a theater. Costa Pacifica is also the first cruise ship to have an onboard recording studio.

Operation history

The maiden voyage of Costa Pacifica was on June 6, 2009, an eight-day cruise and departed in Savona, with a special 48-hour layover in Palma de Mallorca, Spain.

In the entire 2009 summer season, Costa Pacifica offered seven day cruises in the Western Mediterranean, with calls at Rome, Savona, Marseilles, Barcelona, Palma, Tunis, Malta and Palermo.

During the 2009-2010 winter season, Costa Pacifica departed from Rome and Savona, offering 10- and 11-day cruises in Egypt, Israel and Turkey. In Summer 2010, she offered seven day cruises in the Western Mediterranean, with calls at Rome, Savona, Barcelona, Palma, Tunis, Malta and Catania.

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Attractions on Costa Pacifica


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Ristorante My Way

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Chic restaurant, situated over two floors, which is ready to pleasure you with its delightful atmosphere, delicious dishes and service at the highest level.

Bar Sport Route 66

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Great place for watching the best sport events and discussing the achivements of your favorite teams.
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Lido Squok

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Children's pool and playground for small travellers.
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Ristorante Samsara

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Samsara Restaurant: with its refined and tranquil setting, high-quality ingredients, light and delicious dishes prepared using rigorous culinary techniques.
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Caffetteria Rondo

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Here coffee and chocolate will make your life fragrant, sweet and unforgettable.
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Lido La Bamba

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Cozy area for swimming and true relaxation.
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Atrio Welcome

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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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Grand Bar Rhapsody

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Huge lounge area with its own bar, dance floor and stage for amazing performances.
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Venus Beauty

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

Tour Office

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Here you can get the information about all the deals on tours and excursions and their details.

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