MV Costa Mediterranea
Costa Mediterranea – © Aleksi Lindström (Helsinki, 01/09/2008)
Steel twin Azipod ‘Spirit Class’ motor vessel built in 2003 by Kvaerner Masa Yard, Helsinki, Finland, (Yard No 502) as a Passenger (Cruise) ship for Costa Crociere, Italy
- Cost: $335 million
- Length: 292.56m (on deck) 260.65m (between perpendiculars)
- Breadth of hull: 32.20m
- Depth: 13.6m
- Draught: 7.8m
- Tonnage: 85619 gross/ 53437 net/7500t deadweight
- Engines: 6 9-cylinder Wartsila-ABB NSD 9L46D diesel-electric
- Total Power: 70536 kW/ 35200
- Propellers: 2 azimuthing pods
- Speed: 22 knots (service) 24.0 knots (max)
- Capacity: 2,680 passengers
- Passenger decks: 12
- Crew: 912
- Call Sign: IBCF, C6FE7
- IMO: 9237345
- Italian Register Number: 78892
- MMSI Number: 311001086
- Registry: Genoa/Italy 🇮🇹, Nassau/Bahamas 🇧🇸
- Sister-Ships: Costa Atlantica (498), Carnival Spirit (499), Carnival Pride (500), Carnival Legend (501), Carnival Miracle (503)
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December 18th 2000: Keel laid.
September 24th 2002: Launched.
May 22nd 2003: Delivered to Costa Crociere SpA, Genoa, Italy.
May 23rd 2003: Left Helsinki for Hamburg.
June 16th 2003: Began cruising from Genoa around the Mediterranean Sea then continued world wide cruises.
Costa Mediterranea – © Aleksi Lindström (Piraeus, 06/08/2010)
Costa Mediterranea – © Ray Goodfellow (Dover, 29/05/2014)
April 12th 2018: Received new livery at Marseille.
© Cedric Hacke (Zeebrugge 12/05/2018)
May 29th 2018: Called at Dover.
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