Costa Pacifica is the newest of Costa’s Concordia-class cruise ships. She’s a 114,500-ton ship that accommodates 3,780 guests in 1,504 staterooms, including 70 suites and 99 spa staterooms.
The ship’s interior design reflects music themes. Its five restaurants and 13 bars are inspired by a variety of genres. It also has a recording studio that allows passengers to sing their favorite song against a backing track.
Costa Pacifica is the world’s first cruise ship to offer a complete, one-off musical experience. The ship’s interior design, artwork and music-themed deck names all centre around this theme.
The 29 music tracks that accompany guests on board will be specially composed and rearranged by Director Mauro Pagani to suit every environment. They can be purchased as a souvenir CD and listened to throughout your cruise.
In addition, a “music maestro” will be onboard to teach guests how to play guitar or drums and to record their own CD. The recording studio is the first of its kind on a cruise ship, with the latest professional equipment.
The ship’s theatre on three levels is a high-fidelity auditorium that will also be used for live performances. The ship has a disco venue for dancing and a pool deck with a retractable glass roof.
Costa Pacifica celebrates music throughout its interiors from the main atrium where musical symbols and instruments play a part to the theater with perfect acoustics. The ship also features a recording studio, the first cruise ship to have one on board, where guests can sing their favorite song against a backing track and get it professionally mixed as a souvenir CD.
To entertain the many nationalities aboard, Costa often features concerts, operatic soloists, Broadway-style productions, talent shows, mimes, acrobats, and cabaret — with no language skills required. On a recent cruise, a ventriloquist act performed a variety of acts, including unicycle-riding, ball-balancing, flame-juggling, and plate-spinning.
Besides the many entertainment options, Costa Pacifica boasts family-friendly amenities such as a genuine Grand Prix driving simulator, a central pool area on two decks with retractable glass roof and 18-m2 giant screen, PlayStation World, and the Samsara Spa. The wellness area spanning 6,000+ m2 includes an extensive selection of treatments, a dedicated restaurant, and comfortable cabins with direct access to the spa.
Music is the soul of Costa Pacifica – and it is reflected everywhere, from the name of each deck to the decor. All environments on board are inspired by a different symphony.
The sister ship to Costa Concordia and Costa Serena, the 114,500-ton Costa Pacifica was launched in 2009 and christened along with her sisters in Genoa. This Concordia-class ship is one of the largest in the fleet and was last refurbished in 2017.
Its 1507 staterooms on 13 passenger decks, as well as a recording studio, make it a popular holiday for families. Passengers can enjoy a variety of restaurants, bars and lounges on this ship, including the Club Blue Moon.
With its Samsara Spa, Costa Pacifica boasts a 23,000ft2 wellness center. This includes a gym, Turkish baths, Jacuzzis and a number of suites designed with access to the spa in mind.
The Costa Pacifica has a state-of-the-art spa and wellness center. There is a lot to see and do, including saunas, steam baths, massages and a solarium with tea bar.
The ship also has some of the best restaurants in the business and a large selection of beverage packages. For example, if you enjoy wine in the evening, you can have it served to you in the smallest glass ever, a sommelier-selected bottle that will keep your taste buds happy for the rest of the night.
The most impressive thing on this ship is the atrium that stretches across three decks. It houses the reception, tour office, shops and bars as well as the on-board theater. Its glass elevators carry you up and down the three main levels. The atrium is also a good place to catch the sunset. The Costa Pacifica is one of the largest and most successful cruise ships in the world, and it carries more than 3.008 passengers and more than 1,000 crew members.