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Costa Serena
Costa Cruises

Built in 2007

Passenger Capacity 2,930 (Double Occupancy)
Number of Crew 1,100
Total Cabins 1,500 (28 for Handicapped Guests)
Tonnage 114.500 tons
Length 950 feet
Beam 118 feet
Decks 17 (14 for Guests Use)
Max Speed 23 Knots
Cruising Speed 21.5 Knots

FUN FACTS

The name Costa Serena symbolizes harmony and serenity.

Costa Serena and her sister ship Costa Concordia, are the largest and longest ships in the fleet.

The prestigious Samsara Spa spreads over two decks and is a haven of wellness and relaxation. Samsara Suites have direct access to the Spa.

Over 500 cabins have balconies.

Costa Serena boasts 13 bars and 5 restaurants.

Of the 4 swimming pools, two have retractable glass roofs.

At the Festa Italiana, guests are invited to an Italian street festival at sea featuring Bocce Ball contests, Tarantella dance lessons, pizza dough tossing competitions, and Venetian mask making. 

The “Costa Kids” Program provides fun for children from ages 3 to 17, including pizza parties, face painting, masquerades, pirate treasure hunts, visits to the bridge, and even Italian lessons. 

For dessert, Costa chefs tempt guests with Tiramisu, Crème Brulée, Cannoli, Baba Tarantello, Sambuca Sundae, and Gelato.

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