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Costa cruise line ships range in size from about 820 feet in length to more than 1,000 feet. Typically, larger ships travel popular routes with longer itineraries, though this is not always the case. More »

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Costa Cruise Lines is a cruise company with a fleet of 15 cruise ships that frequents numerous destinations worldwide. As of 2015, some of Costa Cruises' destinations include the Caribbean, the Mediterranean, the Red Sea... More »

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As of February 2015, passengers can board Costa Cruise ships at ports around the world, including Miami, Amsterdam, Dubai, Hong Kong and Buenos Aires. Costa offers itineraries in the Mediterranean, Caribbean, Atlantic an... More »

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The Costa Victoria cruise ship is a ship that is operated by Costa Crociere as part of its lineup of Costa cruise ships. The Costa Victoria is built with 964 guest cabins, 20 suites, 10 bars, five restaurants and a range... More »

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Owned by the Italian cruise line Costa Crociere, the Costa Serena cruise ship is a sister ship to Costa Concordia, Costa Pacifica and Costa Favolosa. It is a member of the Concordia-class of ships and had her inaugural s... More »

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Giacomo Costa founded his small shipping company, "Giacomo Costa fu Andrea," in 1854. Originally, his ships transported olive oil, fabrics and other goods to local towns. It wasn't until 1947 that the first passenger ste... More »

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The Crystal Harmony was the first ship christened by the luxury cruise line Crystal Cruises, but it was retired from service in 2005 after the company launched its new ships. Crystal Cruises' current fleet consists of tw... More »

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