Ship Name Size in Gross Tons* Entered Service** Class***
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Costa Pacifica 114,147 2009 Concordia
Costa Luminosa 92,600 2009 Vista
Costa Serena 114,500 2007 Concorida
Costa Concordia 114,500 2006 Concordia
Costa Magica 102,587 2004 Fortuna
Costa Fortuna 102,587 2003 Fortuna
Costa Mediterannea 82,619 2003 Atlantica
Costa Atlantica 82,619 2003 Atlantica
Costa Europa 54,763 2002
Costa Victoria 75,166 1996
Costa Romantica 53,049 1993 Classica
Costa Allegra 28,597 1992 Marina
Costa Classica 52,926 1991 Classica
Costa Marina 25,558 1990 Marina
* Gross Tonnage is a measure of the ship's revenue producing volume. Over 100,000 gross tons is a very big ship.
** The date indicates the date the ship entered service. The ship may have been renamed and/or refurbished
subsequent to that date. The dates indicated here are the dates the ship entered service for Costa. Costa Allegra
and Costa Marina first entered service for another line in the 1980s as container ships. Costa Europa first entered
service for another line in 1986.
*** Class relates to the design of the ship with the name of the class usually being taken from the first ship built from
that design. If one ship is listed as being in the same class as another, it indicates that those ships were built from the
same design. If no class is listed, the ship is the only ship of that design in the line's fleet.
The class names listed here show the ships class within the Costa fleet. Many of the Costa ships have sisters or
near-sisters outside of the Costa fleet. Costa Fortuna and Costa Magica are based on the Carnival Destiny class.
Pacifica, Serena, and Concordia are sisters to Carnival Splendor and fcan be traced back to the Carnival Destiny
design Costa Luminosa is based on the Vista class design of Holland America and has relatives with P&O Cruises
and with Cunard Line. Costa Atlantica and Costa Mediterranea are sisters of the Carnival Spirit class, which gave
rise to the afroementioned Vista class. Costa Victoria is the sister of Norwegian Sky of NCL.
Cruise Line Fleet Guide - Costa Cruises