An alternative restaurant, splashy decor, minibar, satellite TV and air conditioning are some of the amenities for travelers of the Costa Fortuna cruise liner, as of 2015. Additional shipwide amenities include 11 bars, six Jacuzzis, a shopping mall and four swimming pools, one of which has a retractable roof. The ship also has several entertainment amenities including dedicated kids' play areas, a library, a disco and a Turkish bath.
The Costa Fortuna has three restaurants featuring traditional cruise fare that are included in the price of the trip. The Club Restaurant offers specialty dining and requires a reservation as well as an additional fee. The decor is a mixture of classic Italian and Mediterranean styling and includes reproductions of famous artwork by Michelangelo and Raphael as well as modern American comforts.
A minibar, television and climate control are standard in-room amenities for interior cabins with additional perks, including complementary toiletries and customized pillow preferences available with ocean view, veranda and suite rooms.
The Costa Fortuna is a smaller and less expensive liner that offers most of the amenities, comfort and entertainment found on larger ships. It serves a primarily European clientele. American cruisers typically find that only about 15 percent of their traveling companions are from the United States. The balance of the travelers are typically from Italy, France, Spain and Germany.