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Costa Venezia

Named after the Italian city of Venice, Costa Venezia is the first Costa Cruises Vista-class ship specifically designed and built for China. As one of the largest cruise ships in the Costa Cruises fleet, she weighs in at 135,500 tonnes and accommodates up to 5,260 passengers with more than 2,000 stylish and modern cabins.

Setting sail in style, Costa Venezia’s, impressive inaugural cruise spans 52 nights and makes popular port calls such as Dubrovnik (Croatia), Abu Dhabi (UAE), Colombo (Sri Lanka), Singapore, Hong Kong and Tokyo.

Ship Stats and Features

Tonnage 135500
Number Of Decks 20
Kids Clubs Yes

Ship Facilities

Guests sailing with Costa Cruises will always enjoy delicious full board dining, including breakfast, lunch, dinner, afternoon tea and buffets. From casual to sophisticated dining there is an option to suit all moods onboard. Those with special dietary requirements are well catered for with alternative menu options. Offering cuisine from traditional Italian dishes to the flavours of China, a meal on Costa Venezia can be a real culinary voyage.

Everyone can stay entertained onboard Costa Venezia, with a variety of different venues found throughout the ship.

  • Casino- see just how much lady-luck is on your side with a turn on one of the slot machines or games tables at the casino.
  • Lounge of the Stars- if you’re looking for a romantic evening under the stars, this outside bar is the perfect setting.
  • The Red Theatre- the heart of the ship’s entertainment, guests can enjoy a variety of live productions at this comfortable and impressive venue.
  • Piazza San Marco- revel in Italian elegance as you sip a Spritz and watch the world go by.

Spa and fitness

Mix up your daily workout with a trip to the gym onboard Costa Venezia where the stunning views out of the floor to ceiling windows are guaranteed to distract your mind from the sweat you’ve been working up. As well as the modern machines and free weights, guests can also benefit from a range of group exercise classes ranging from Tai Chi to yoga to spinning, perfect if you prefer a more sociable environment.

As well as the gym, this ship boasts the Bellezza Spas. With a thermal suite and rooms for massages and other treatments such as wraps, there’s no better place onboard to make your holiday even more relaxing. However, it’s not only adults who can enjoy these facilities as there is also a whole package of specially made treatments, from massages to scrubs, so that even the teenagers onboard can enjoy being pampered.


For a taste of Italy at sea, hop onboard Costa Venezia and enjoy the activities on offer. Modelled on the famous Venice Lido, the Lido deck is a glamorous location to laze by the pool or swim a few laps. If you enjoy treating yourself to a few designer labels, the shopping zone on the ship showcases some of the best brands that have come out of Italy. Kids will also not be disappointed as they release their inner Tarzan by flying across the ship on the elevated ropes course or test out their golf skills at the mini golf course.

Customer reviews for Costa Venezia

The ship was beaytyfull, cabins plenty off room, staff were excellent, apart from customer services,they didn’t want to know when you had a problem. The tour to relax on the beach in Aquaba a was a rip off €106 for 2 to sitt on a sun bed for 4 hours nothing included, except scruffy Sun towels . We.missed lunch on the ship.because off the timings. It was a proper ripoff. We did a tour of Jerusalem, this was excellent and the guide was brilliant. It was well worth the money. Would recommend this tour. We complained when we got back on board to the tour directors, they told us to ring Costa when we got back home. The food was for Chinese & Italian, they didn’t really cater for British, although there was plenty off choice, but lots of fish, which we didn’t like. It was also not very warm. The itinerary was excellent, we really enjoyed the places we visited. I don’t think we would use Costa again.

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