Designed as a tribute to the legendary ocean liners that once sailed between Italy and the Americas, the 105,000-ton Costa Fortuna harks back to the days of large, glamorous cruise ships. Built in the historic Sestri Ponente shipyards of Genoa, the ship shares the same construction site as the great ships of the past and also took inspiration from them in its interior design and in the names of bars, lounges and other public areas onboard. This ship is not without an abundance of modern features and amenities, however. Among them are the Internet Café, a video arcade and full-service spa and fitness center. Guests will enjoy a variety of dining options, including the Raffaello and Michelangelo main restaurants and the Cristoforo Colombo buffet. After dinner, catch a show at the Rex Theater, dance at the Vulcania Disco, try your luck at the Neptunia Casino or enjoy piano music at the Conte Rosso Piano Bar. On Europe sailings that depart May through October and Caribbean sailings that depart December through March, Costa requires that at least one passenger in each cabin be 25 or older.
$12.00 per guest, per day for cruises departing from the U.S. or Far East; €9 per guest, per day for cruises not departing from the U.S.; €8 per guest, per day for world cruises. All charges are automatically added to your onboard account. 15% tip included on beverage orders. The service fee for children between the ages 4 and 14 will be 50% less; no service fee for children under the age of 4. All service fees are mandatory and cannot be altered.
Onboard Currency Notes
On European cruises, the Euro is the onboard currency.