The Queen of the Mediterranean
Built at Fincantieri’s Marghera yard, Costa Diadema is the 15th ship in the Costa fleet, representing an investment of around 550 million euros. The project was completed in 2014, involving around 1,000 shipyard workers plus another 2,500 employees in allied industries and around 400 suppliers.
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Italy in all its multifaceted best
Costa Diadema is the emblem of the finest food, drink, hospitality, entertainment and general good living that Italy has to offer. The new flagship’s interiors are welcoming, spacious and modern in their conception and in the layout of the public areas.
This is an advanced ship, with generous spaces on several levels looking on to the sea, linked by dynamic routes to recreate the atmosphere of a lively seaside resort.
A perfect example is the external walkway over the sea on deck 5. This authentic Italianate terrace stretches out for over 500 meters, where guests can soak up the spectacular sea view and relax over a cocktail or romantic dinner in one of the many bars and restaurants.
“Costa Diadema is the 44th cruise ship that we have delivered since 2002 and the 12th for our friends at Costa Cruises. It is a truly special occasion for us, a cause for great pride to unveil yet another marvel of Italian excellence. It confirms our leading position in ship design and construction in a sector of such unrivalled complexity and technological competition as the cruise industry.”
Giuseppe Bono, Fincantieri S.p.A. CEO
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2 Electric Motors tot. Power
42 MW kW
4 Wärtsilä 12V 46C/2 Wärtsilä 8L 46C
4 x 12,600 kW
+ 2 x 8,400 kW
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Standard cabins outside (with window)
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