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Costa Crociere S.p.A., which comprises the Costa Cruises and AIDA Cruises brands, is headquartered in Genoa (Italy) and has the largest fleet in Europe: 26 ships currently in service, plus another two new vessels due for delivery by 2016. In 2000 Costa Crociere S.p.A. launched a fleet expansion program, which is ongoing with total expenditure to date of approximately 11 billion euros. Costa Crociere S.p.A. is a subsidiary of Carnival Corporation & plc, the world’s largest cruise operator.

COSTA CRUISES

For 66 years the ships of the historic Costa Cruises brand have plied the seas of the world, offering the best in Italian style, hospitality and cuisine and providing dream holidays with the utmost in terms of fun and relaxation.

The Costa Cruises fleet has a total of 16 ships in service, all flying the Italian flag. Since 2000, Costa Cruises has invested around 6 billion euros in fleet expansion.

Each year Costa’s ships offer the chance to visit some 250 separate destinations with approximately 100 itineraries and 69 ports of embarkation. They operate in the Mediterranean, Northern Europe, the Baltic Sea, the Caribbean, Central America, South America, the United Arab Emirates, the Indian Ocean, the Far East and Africa, as well as Around-the-World Cruises and Grand Cruises calling at destinations in different continents on the one vacation. There are about 2200 excursions to choose from.

The Company can count on a young, multinational staff: 80% of its more than 19,000 employees (over 18,000 shipboard personnel and 1000 in the shore side offices) are under 40 and they come from 70 different countries.

Costa Crociere currently has nine training schools located all over the world: at its Genoa headquarters, at the Center for Simulator Maritime Training of Officers in Almere (Netherlands), in Brazil, Vietnam, the Philippines, India, Peru, Indonesia and China. They are run directly or as joint ventures with leading local universities. The Company also has its own network of “Mobile Instructors”, ready to provide Costa training in Chile, Argentina, Guatemala, South Korea and Thailand as well as in dedicated educational centers on board each ship.
98% of Costa Cruises’ Guests were satisfied or very satisfied with their cruise vacation in 2014. Costa Cruises works with over 80,000 travel agencies worldwide.

AIDA CRUISES

AIDA Cruises is the number one cruise company for the German market. There are ten AIDA ships operating at present. Another two new vessels will enter service in 2015 and 2016. AIDA markets its cruises in German-speaking countries, its hallmarks being a youthful style and informal service.

Costa Cruises Ships

Costa Diadema

Year built 2014
Rebuilt -
Gross Tonnage 132,500
Length 306 m.
Beam 37,20 m.
Passengers 3.724
Crew 1.253
Total cabins 1.862
Service Speed 20,0 knots
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Costa Fascinosa

Year built 2012
Rebuilt -
Gross Tonnage 114,500
Length 290,20 m.
Beam 35,50 m.
Passengers 3.012
Crew 1.100
Total cabins 1.506
Service Speed 19,8 knots
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Costa Favolosa

Year built 2011
Rebuilt -
Gross Tonnage 114,417
Length 290,20 m.
Beam 35,50 m.
Passengers 3.012
Crew 1.100
Total cabins 1.506
Service Speed 19,8 knots
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Costa Deliziosa

Year built 2010
Rebuilt -
Gross Tonnage 92,720
Length 292,00 m.
Beam 32,20 m.
Passengers 2,260
Crew 934
Total cabins 1,130
Service Speed 23,6 knots
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Costa Pacifica

Year built 2009
Rebuilt -
Gross Tonnage 114,500
Length 290,20 m.
Beam 35,00 m.
Passengers 3.780
Crew 1.100
Total cabins 1.504
Service Speed 20 knots
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Costa Luminosa

Year built 2009
Rebuilt -
Gross Tonnage 92,600
Length 292,00 m.
Beam 32,20 m.
Passengers 2,260
Crew 934
Total cabins 1,130
Service Speed 23,6 knots
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Costa Serena

Year built 2007
Rebuilt -
Gross Tonnage 112,000
Length 290,20 m.
Beam 35,50 m.
Passengers 3.000
Crew 1.100
Total cabins 1,500
Service Speed 20,0 knots
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Costa Magica

Year built 2004
Rebuilt -
Gross Tonnage 101,350
Length 272,20 m.
Beam 35,50 m.
Passengers 2.702
Crew 1.090
Total cabins 1,358
Service Speed 20,0 knots
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Costa Fortuna

Year built 2003
Rebuilt -
Gross Tonnage 101.350
Length 272,20 m.
Beam 35,50 m.
Passengers 2,702
Crew 1.090
Total cabins 1,351
Service Speed 20,0 knots
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Costa Mediterranea

Year built 2003
Rebuilt -
Gross Tonnage 85.619
Length 292,50 m.
Beam 32,20 m.
Passengers 2,114
Crew 902
Total cabins 1,057
Service Speed 22,0 knots
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Costa Atlantica

Year built 2000
Rebuilt -
Gross Tonnage 85.619
Length 292,50 m.
Beam 32,20 m.
Passengers 2,114
Crew 902
Total cabins 1,057
Service Speed 22,0 knots
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Costa Victoria

Year built 1996
Rebuilt -
Gross Tonnage 75.951
Length 251,00m.
Beam 32,30m.
Passengers 1.928
Crew 792
Total cabins 964
Service Speed 23 knots
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Costa neoRomantica

Year built 1993
Rebuilt 2012
Gross Tonnage 56,000
Length 220,60 m.
Beam 28,00 m.
Passengers 1800
Crew 650
Total cabins 789
Service Speed 19,8 knots
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Costa neoRiviera

Year built 1999
Rebuilt 2012
Gross Tonnage 47,275
Length 216,00 m.
Beam 28,80 m.
Passengers 1.200
Crew 450
Total cabins 624
Service Speed 19,5 knots
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Costa neoClassica

Year built 1991
Rebuilt 2014
Gross Tonnage 52.926
Length 220,60 m.
Beam 28,00 m.
Passengers 1300
Crew 650
Total cabins 650
Service Speed 19,8 knots
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