Costa Classica

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Costa Classica - Introduction

Launched in 1991, the Costa Classica is the sister ship of the Costa Romantica. The vessel is Italian through-and-through: it was built by Fincantieri in Trieste, sails under the flag of Italy and is operated by the Costa Cruises - an Italian line.

In addition, everything about the vessel exudes Italian style and panache: from the contemporary decor, through to the delicious food and the white-gloved cabin attendants. An art collection worth several million pounds adorns the walls, while sculptures and other works are scattered around the ship.
The Classica is typically found in Asia, offering cruises to popular destinations including Shanghai, Nagasaki, Hong Kong, Taiwan, Da Nang, Ho Chi Minh City, Phuket and Singapore. Other popular ports of call include Colombo, Goa, Mumbai and Dubai.

In addition, the vessel occasionally returns to European waters via the Suez Canal and sails on voyages around the Mediterranean, stopping at places like Corfu, Dubrovnik, Venice, Mykonos, Malta, Naples and Savona.

Ship stats and features

Passenger capacity: 1,766
Year entered service: 1991
Beam (ship width): 98.4 feet
Draught (ship depth): 25 feet
Length: 718.5 feet
Tonnage: 52,950
Crew: 650
Maximum speed: 18.5 knots
Number of passenger decks: 10
Number of lifts: 8
Number of swimming pools: 2
Number of cabins: 654