Costa Victoria Review
About This Ship
Cruise Ship Overview
Costa Victoria, which is an older ship that once belonged to the Carnival line (the parent of Costa), sails a variety of Asian itineraries that include China, South Korea, and Japan.
Costa's first large ship is a stunning contemporary, sun-filled vessel built before Carnival Cruise Lines’ designer Joe Farcus began creating interiors for Costa ships. As a result, its public spaces reflect a chic Italian flair with marble-accented floors and walls. The style combines a traditional nautical look with minimalist design, high-value finishes, and unique works of art such as the Capriccio Bar, with its inimitable and valuable mosaic signed by Emilio Tadini.
In addition to a seven-deck atrium with an overhead skylight and panoramic elevators at the ship's center, a unique four-deck-high observation lounge has floor-to-ceiling windows overlooking the ship's bow. Costa Victoria has all the bells and whistles expected on contemporary ships, including large entertainment lounges and cozy spaces for cocktails and conversation.
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