IMO 9239783

Registered Owner: Costa Crociere Spa - Italy - Beneficial Owner Carnival Corp - USA - Operator: Costa Cruises - Italy

The Costa Fortuna is the first large passenger ship to emerge from the Fincantieri shipyards in Sestri Ponente since the "Michelangelo"  (1965) - the same yard that built the legendary "Rex" (1932), "Andrea Doria" (1951), "Cristoforo Colombo" (1953), "Federico C" (1957) and "Leonardo da Vinci" (1958).

Entered service: 2003 - Refit: 2018 - Gross tonnage: 102.669 - Pass. cap. lower beds: 2716 - All berths: 3470 - Passenger decks: 12 - Length: 272,20 m.-  Beam: 35,50 m. - Drive: diesel/electric: 6 diesel engines make Sulzer type 4x 16ZAV40S -2x 12ZAV40S  total output 63.360 kW. - Propulsion: 2 Fixed propellers 20.000 kW each - Service speed: 20 knots - Built: Fincantieri - Italy - Yard no:6086 - Classification: Rina - Flag: Italy

Sistership: Costa Magica - modified version of Carnival's Destiny class.

    Passenger Space Ratio at all berths 29,56
October 2, 2018  Costa Cruises announces that major renovation work will be carried out on Costa Fortuna in the Singapore shipyards from December 10 to 16, 2018. The work involves the restyling of many public areas and the introduction of new services for guests, with an investment of 8 million euros.The Costa Fortuna is currently operating in the Asian market but will return to Europe from the end of March 2019 to offer one-week cruises in the Mediterranean departing from Genoa every Friday. A substantial part of the work will therefore involve the creation of areas associated with providing typically Italian products and experiences, which distinguish the Costa Cruises brand. These new services will also be available for cruises in the Far East from December 2018 to February 2019, departing from Singapore and available for sale in all markets.


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