The Costa Concordia tragically sank off the Italian coast on January 13th 2012 – with at least three confirmed casualties.
The imposing and majestic Costa Concordia was one of the largest ships in Costa’s impressive fleet.
|Passenger capacity: 3780|
|Passenger Decks: 14|
|Total Cabins: 1500|
|Cabins (Balcony): 563|
|Gross Tonnage: 114500|
|Swimming Pools: 4|
|Exclusively For Adults: No|
The ship is geared to cater for a variety of interests and desires, encompassing wellness, sport, entertainment and culture. Almost two thousand square metres across two decks are dedicated exclusively to sport and well-being, in addition to four swimming pools, two of which are fitted with a sliding glass roof.
The exclusive Samara Spa area, dedicated to restoring fitness is equipped with suites and cabins, providing direct access to the spa area, which boasts steam rooms, ancient rites and oriental treatments for ultimate relaxation.
Spacious and sun-soaked decks, thirteen bars, five restaurants and over five hundred cabins with balconies.
- 1,500 cabins: 55 with direct access to the Samsara Spa, 505 with private balcony, 58 suites with private balcony, 12 suites with direct access to the Samsara Spa
- 5 restaurants, including two (Club Concordia and Samsara Restaurant) at an additional charge, by reservation only
- 13 bars including a Cognac & Cigar Bar and Coffee & Chocolate Bar
- 5 Jacuzzis, 4 pools including, two with a retractable covers, one for children and Toboga
- Samsara Spa: 6,000 m2 on two levels, with gym, baths, Thalassotherapy, treatment rooms, sauna, Turkish bath, UVA-ray solarium
- Multipurpose sports pitch, Pool deck with retractable glass roof and giant screen
- Theatre on three levels, Casino and Disco
- Grand Prix Simulator
- Virtual world, Squok Club with PlayStation Entertainment