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Costa Voyager

Something a little different with the focus on relaxation and fun

Costa Voyager joined Costa Cruises in November 2011, having been part of the Iberocruceros fleet sailing as Grand Voyager.

Weighing in at just 24,409-tons, it is a smaller and more intimate than her other stablemates, with a quietly restrained Mediterranean decor in contrast to the bold and multi-coloured decor of other Costa ships.

Relaxation and fun is the order of the day in its three restaurants, four bars, a theatre, wellness centre and gym, treatment rooms, sauna and Turkish bath, swimming pool, disco, shopping centre and children’s club (Squok club). There are 416 cabins in total for 927 guests.

The ship enhances the Italian company’s versatile fleet, with a range of dimensions and differing characteristics offering Codsta the opportunioty for brand new itineraries.

Costa Voyager

Vital statistics

Operated by Costa Cruises
Built by Blohm and Voss, Hamburg
Formerly: Grand Voyager
Entered service: 2000; joined Costa November 2011
Gross tonnage: 24,391 tons
Passengers: 927
Crew: 360
Decks: 6
Lifts: 4
Cabins: 418 including

Length: 965ft
Width: 84ft
Speed: 28 knots

Facilities

Three restaurants, four bars, theatre, cinema, library, casino, wellness centre and gym, treatment rooms, sauna and Turkish bath, swimming pool, disco, shopping centre and children’s club (Squok club)

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