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COSTA CRUISE LINES
200 South Park Road, Suite #200
Hollywood, Florida 33021
(954) 266-5600
  Costa Cociere S.P.A.
Via XII Ottobre 2
16121 Genoa, Italy
(954) 266-2100 Fax
www.costacruises.com

COSTA NeoRiviera (formerly Festival Cruises Mistral 1999-2003, Iberocruceros Grand Mistral 2003-2013: entered service in 1993; refurbished in 2005 and 2007, renovated in 2013; 48,000 GRT; 709.9 x 94.6 feet; 1,196-passenger capacity; 598 cabins; Italian officers and international crew; deployed in Unitied Arab Emirates  and Mediteranean.(Category C-Not Rated)

Costa Atlantica and Costa Mediterranea: entered service in 2000 and 2003, respectively; 86,000 GRT; 960 x 106 feet; 2,114-passenger capacity (2,680-passenger capacity when full); 1,057 cabins; Italian officers and international crew; Costa Atlantica cruises Western Mediterranean during summer and fall, and the Far East during spring and summer; Costa Mediterranea cruises Northern Europe during spring and summer, and the Caribbean during winter (Category C-five stars).

COSTA Celebration( formerly GRAND CELEBRATION AND CARNIVAL CELEBRATION): entered service in 1987; 47,262 GRT; 733 x 92 feet; 1,486-passenger capacity; 743 cabins; Italian officers and international crew; cruised from Barcelona (Not-Rated)

Costa NeoClassica:  (formerly Costa Classica) entered service in 1991; refurbished in 2001 and 2005; 53,000 GRT; 722 x 102 feet; 1,308-passenger capacity; 654 cabins; Italian officers and international crew; cruises the Indian Ocean and Mediterranean (Category C-four stars).

Costa Serena, Costa Pacifica, Costa Favolosa, and Costa Fascinosa: entered service in 2007, 2009, 2011, and 2012, respectively; Costa Serena, 114,000 GRT; Costa Pacifica, Costa Favolosa, and Costa Fascinosa, 114,500 GRT; 951 x 116 feet; 3,780-passenger capacity (3,000 double occupancy); 1,496 cabins; Italian officers and international crew; numerous changing itineraries (Category C-five stars).

Costa Fortuna and Costa Magica: entered service in 2003 and 2004, respectively; 103,000 GRT; 893 x 125 feet; 3,788-passenger capacity (2,720 double occupancy); 1,358 cabins; Italian officers and international crew; Costa Fortuna cruises Venezuela, Caribbean, Mediterranean, Northern Europe, Costa Magica cruises the Caribbeanand Western Mediterranean (Category C-five stars).

Costa Luminosa and Costa Deliziosa: entered service in 2009 and 2010, respectively; 92,600 GRT; 2,828-passenger capacity (2,260 double occupancy); 1,130 cabins; Italian officers and international crew; Costa Luminosa cruises Caribbean and Western Mediterranean, and Costa Deliziosa will again set out on a 115-day round-the-world cruise that will touch five continents (Category C-five stars).

Costa neoRomantica (formerly Costa Romantica): entered service in 1993; refurbished in 2003 and refitted in 2011; 56,000 GRT; 722 x 102 feet; 1,800-passenger capacity; 789 cabins; Italian officers and international crew; cruises Eastern  and Western Mediterranean  and Northern Europe (Category C-four+ stars).

Costa Victoria: entered service in 1996; renovated in 2004; 75,000 GRT; 828 x 105.5 feet; 1,928-passenger capacity; 964 cabins; Italian officers and international crew; is deployed in the Far East year-round (Category C-four stars).


COSTA DIADEMA: entered service  2014; 132,500 GRT; 1,004 feet long; passenger capacity- 4,947;Italian officers and International crew;  Western Mediterranean cruises through the winter.(Category C-not rated)
 
 
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