Cruise Ship Costa Mediterranea
Facts & Figures
The majestic sculpture by Gigi Rigamonti with its sinuous dancing figures suspended in the Maschera d’Argento Atrium invites you to head for the elegant dancefloor, while the masks of six famous characters from the Commedia dell’Arte observe you on deck 4 with opulent costumes by Alberto Nodolini. With its portrait galleries, Baroque settings, frescoes and twirling putti, it’s easy to become a part of the ship’s sophisticated, aristocratic spirit. Costa Mediterranea is in fact dedicated to the majestic palazzos of 17th and 18th century Italy. So as you dine in the Argentieri Restaurant, imagining what life was like in the Palazzo Biscari Paternò in Catania that it is inspired by, you can admire the precious inlaid panelling and the collection of 143 silver works of art.
Cabins of the cruise ship Costa Mediterranea