After a complete redesign to the sum of a 22.5 million euros, the Costa Classica has joined the Costa fleet as part of the Costa neoCollection that offers slow cruises to unique destinations.

Costa Classica (53,000 gross tonnage and 654 cabins) will join Costa neoCollection, alongside Costa neoRomantica and Costa neoRiviera, offering some of the most unique Costa neoCollection itineraries with a 'slow cruise' style that use smaller ships.

The investment saw public areas and guests cabins renewed, with a new design by Partner Ship Design, reproducing the atmosphere of the more intimate Costa neoCollection ships and providing the same type of unique cruise experience. Fitness lovers will be able to take part in Total Body Resistance Exercise training sessions.

Features and services throughout the ship reflect the brand’s ethos of providing “Italy’s finest”. The ship offers a broad selection of food and wine options including restaurant menus that are inspired not only by Italian cuisine but also by regional foods local to the destinations being visited.

Cabins offer Illy coffee pod machines, as well as Elemis amenities and beauty products. Meanwhile, sun-lovers will enjoy the renovated lounge areas on the open deck where they can enjoy a drink by the pool all day and into the evening.  

Costa neoClassica also offers a 'Stargazer' experience, an original Costa neoCollection entertainment activity that will allow guests to admire the skies through high-quality telescopes, assisted by experts.

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