The Costa Mediterranea was launched in 2003 and can hold 2,114 passengers. The decor of the ship is inspired by 17th and 18th century Italian castles and palazzis. Perhaps the best example of this is the two-level Degli Argentieri Restaurant, which is adorned with exquisite objects d'art and frescos. For passenger's enjoyment, the Costa Mediterranea has four swimming pools, including one with a retractable roof, and one for children's use only, and boasts a fitness center and the indulgent beauty salon.
- Name Age # of Cruises Desitination
Vincent & Mary Finelli 68 42 Western Caribbean1 users found this review helpful.
The Costa Mediterranea has been dubbed "The Pearl of the Mediterranean" since Costa Lines is the premier line of Europe and this spectacular ship cost over 400 million Euros (c....read more
Lyn Neylon 36 4 Eastern Caribbean1 users found this review helpful.
Greetings, we just got back from the Costa cruise, and I have a lot to tell you about. So, I'll take it in stages, so it will be easier. Just so you know, this is my 4th cruise....read more
Ilene Karp 57 10+ Western Caribbean
Costa Mediterrenea Dec 14, 2003 Western Caribbean from Fort Lauderdale. Third sailing in the US on a ship entered into service in July, 2003. TIP: Never book a new ship. First...read more
RACHEL PARKER 48 7 Western Caribbean1 users found this review helpful.
I have been on the Costa Atlantica and Costa Victoria, prior to this sailing on the Mediterranea, and I knew that Costa would not disappoint, in spite of what you might have read in other...read more