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Costa Atlantica
Costa Atlantica
Ranked #1 of 18 Costa Ships
65% Loved It
  • Restaurant offers a la carte and pre fixe dining
  • Bright and spacious cabins are well laid out
  • Large entertainment staff offers numerous activities
  • Launched: 2000; Passengers: 2,114
Costa Mediterranea
Costa Mediterranea
Ranked #2 of 18 Costa Ships
60% Loved It
  • Pro: This ship does what Italy does best -- pasta and partying -- with an exuberant attitude
  • Con: If you expect an American ship, you will be frustrated -- by the pizza, coffee and multilingual crowd
  • Bottom line: A great ship if you want to feel like you've really left the U.S. behind
  • Launched: 2003; Passengers: 2,114
Costa Favolosa
Costa Favolosa
Ranked #3 of 18 Costa Ships
58% Loved It
  • Fourth ship in Costa's Concordia class
  • Plenty of bars, lounges and discos
  • Teen area has PlayStations, dance club & 4D cinema
  • Launched: July 2011; Passengers: 3,000
Costa Diadema
Costa Diadema
Ranked #4 of 18 Costa Ships
57% Loved It
  • Pro: Traveling through Europe surrounded by Europeans
  • Con: Lack of port information, plus extra charges for items such as water with dinner
  • Bottom Line: Be prepared to go local or the ship's lively Italian vibe could drive you loco
  • Launched: 2014; Passengers: 3,724
Costa Deliziosa
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Costa Deliziosa
Ranked #5 of 18 Costa Ships
56% Loved It
  • Samsara Spa is one of cruising's best
  • Smaller design still offers mega-ship features
  • Sails annual world cruise with international passenger mix
  • Launched: February 2010; Passengers: 2,260
Costa Pacifica
Costa Pacifica
Ranked #7 of 18 Costa Ships
56% Loved It
  • Two-deck Samsara Spa is beautiful
  • Music theme creates jazzy onboard ambience
  • Two covered pools make ship a good winter choice
  • Launched: 2007; Passengers: 3,000
Costa Fortuna
Costa Fortuna
Ranked #8 of 18 Costa Ships
56% Loved It
  • European experience with American comforts
  • Elegant breakfast buffet in main dining room
  • Multiple entertainment options in cozy lounges
  • Launched: 2003; Passengers: 2,720
Costa Magica
Costa Magica
Ranked #9 of 18 Costa Ships
55% Loved It
  • Spacious cabins are comfortable and classy
  • More than 5,500 Italian works of art onboard
  • Tasty international fare at Bellagio Buffet
  • Launched: 2004; Passengers: 2,720
Costa Serena
Costa Serena
Ranked #10 of 18 Costa Ships
53% Loved It
  • Casual, informal style with no need for tuxedos
  • Samsara's spa cabins and spa restaurant
  • Two of four pools feature retractable roofs
  • Launched: 2007; Passengers: 3,000
Costa Marina
Costa Marina
Ranked #11 of 18 Costa Ships
50% Loved It
  • Italian ship marketed to German vacationers
  • Costa's famous toga party
  • Romantic candle-light dining on formal nights
  • Launched: 1990; Passengers: 776
Costa Allegra
Costa Allegra
Ranked #12 of 18 Costa Ships
50% Loved It
Costa Victoria
Costa Victoria
Ranked #13 of 18 Costa Ships
50% Loved It
  • Stylish Northern Italian decor & modern facilities
  • Romantic, candle-light dining on formal nights
  • Planetarium bar great for quiet cocktails
  • Launched: 1996; Passengers: 1,928
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Costa neoRomantica
Costa neoRomantica
Ranked #14 of 18 Costa Ships
48% Loved It
  • Multinational guests and crew
  • Some two-story cabins with floor-to-ceiling windows
  • Squok Club has innovative children's programs
  • Launched: 1993; Passengers: 1350
Costa Luminosa
Costa Luminosa
Ranked #15 of 18 Costa Ships
44% Loved It
  • Vibrant nightlife that lasts from dusk to (almost) dawn
  • Fabulous pizza and pasta
  • Relatively liberal policies for smokers
  • Launched: 2009; Passengers: 2,260
Costa neoRiviera
Costa neoRiviera
Ranked #16 of 18 Costa Ships
43% Loved It
  • Pro: Destination-intensive itineraries make this a good choice for cruisers who sail mainly for ports
  • Con: Older ship caters to Europeans; North Americans might have trouble with European-style service
  • Bottom line: An interesting alternative for cruisers who want a quiet ship and longer port stops.
  • Launched: 1999; Passengers: 1,727
Costa Fascinosa
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Costa Fascinosa
Ranked #17 of 18 Costa Ships
43% Loved It
  • Large, plentiful dance floors throughout the ship
  • Smaller cabins dedicated to single travelers
  • Two of four pools feature retractable roofs
  • Launched: Spring 2012; Passengers: 3,000
Costa Classica
Costa Classica
Ranked #18 of 18 Costa Ships
40% Loved It
  • Passenger mix is highly international
  • Gorgeous sculptures, paintings & murals
  • Standard cabins are larger than average
  • Launched: 1991; Passengers: 1680
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Costa Member Reviews

52% Loved It

You have to expect to get a discounted ship if you pay a discounted price - we except that.... but does that really mean that you should expect poor ... Read more
by chriskav
Firstly the ship is huge and it took nearly a week to navigate our way around it.There were a lot of good things ans some not so good. With size ... Read more
by mgm53
The worst Cruise Ship I have ever experienced and will never trust this Company again. My Cabin was 2412. Fine in itself but nobody should have to ... Read more
by JeffLenehan
I booked my first cruise with Costa and came back with happy memories. I'll try and cover all points and tips which I hope would be useful especially ... Read more
by Rupz
We recently went on our first and last Costa Cruise, everything was good, until the evening before disembarking, they had added 15% to a prepaid ... Read more
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