Costa Cruises is an Italian cruise line which boasts 60 years of history. Costa’s focus is on "Cruising Italian Style” – it combines the sophisticated elegance of a European vacation with the spirit of its Italian heritage. It has a vast network of 250 sailing destinations in the Mediterranean, Northern Europe, the Baltic Sea, the Caribbean, South America, the Middle East, the Far East and the Indian Ocean. Costa also boasts one of the largest on-board health and wellness centers on most of their ships with their Samsara Spa. It also offers port-intensive itineraries with only a few days at sea, making the entire experience more energetic and fun. Its ships offer abundant nightlife and dining options. It is also a distinctly family-oriented cruise line with children below 18 on all sailings going free.
Fellow Passengers – Costa attracts a large European crowd, especially on its European cruises. It is not unusual to hear announcements on board being made in Italian, Spanish and English. Its South American cruises attract the North American crowd. Costa's ships also appeal to a wide range of ages, from 20-something first-time cruisers to families to retirees.
Costa Cruises’ vacation packages can take you to the most fascinating travel destinations in the world whether you want to cruise to the Mediterranean or to the warm waters of the Caribbean.
The ship’s aesthetic is elegant and subdued—marble and rich wood interiors abound—and the abundance of nationalities cruising on this vessel lend to the Continental feel
Distinguished by its bold design (massive atriums and bold color schemes abound) and non-stop entertainment, Costa’s Italian influences can be found all over the ship.
Elegant and sophisticated, the Victoria cruise ship stands out for its modern design, fine details and works of art. The vessel is home to seven bars and lounges, three swimming pools, a theater, and a casino.
The Costa Marina cruise ship has a unique continental look and style.A transparent dome that lets the sky pour into the nightclub by day and become a sea-going planetarium by night
The Costa Mediterranea has a unique personality inspired by Italy's 17th and 18th century palazzi and castles, while the decks are dedicated to mythology in the Mediterranean Sea--a crossroads of cultures and civilizations
Costa Serena and her sister ship Costa Concordia, are the largest and longest ships in the fleet. The new Costa Flagship will be the ship of space and light. Its name symbolises harmony and serenity