At 135,225 GT, with a capacity of 4,208 passengers, she is currently the largest ship in the Costa Cruises fleet until the debut of Costa Smeralda in late-2019. Costa Venezia held a vernissage cruise on 3 March 2019, departing from Trieste to Greece and Croatia, before arriving back in Trieste on 8 March. Costa Venezia is a Vista-class cruise ship operated by Costa Cruises, a division of Carnival Corporation & plc.She exclusively serves the Chinese market, having debuted in Shanghai on 18 May 2019. Costa Venezia, by far the largest ship introduced to Asia has celebrated its maiden call to Singapore last weekend. Many of the ship’s interiors are in fact inspired by the city of Venice. With a gross tonnage of 135,500 tons, 323 meters in length and a capacity for over 5,200 guests, the Costa Venezia offers a series of unprecedented innovations designed specifically for Asian customers, introducing them to Italian culture, lifestyle and excellence, starting from the interiors, which are inspired by the city of Venice. At 135.000 GTs she is currently the biggest Costa ship, well at least until November when Costa Smeralda will debut at 180.000 GTs. She is a ship built with the Chinese market in mind.
Costa Venezia Floated Out at Fincantieri June 22, 2018 Costa Cruises marked the float out of the new Costa Venezia Friday at Fincantieri as the China-bound ship touched water for the first time. If Costa Venezia looks familiar to you, I’m going to tell you why’s that. The ship is designed specifically for the Asian market, offering Italian hospitality, culture, lifestyle and food.
Her official inaugural voyage was a 53-day cruise that departed on 8 May from Trieste to Tokyo. Media Invite to Costa Venezia for a ship visit. Costa Venezia, the newest and largest cruise addition to the Costa fleet in Asia, docked at Port Klang on April 12 for day 36 of the ship’s 56-day inaugural Marco Polo voyage across three continents and 18 countries. Costa Venezia is a Costa ship specifically designed and made to cater to Asian guests.
Costa Venezia (built 2019) is Costa's first cruise ship constructed and designed specifically for the Chinese market. Vista-Class (Fincantieri-built) sisterships are the fleetmate Costa Firenze (2020) and the Carnival liners Vista (2016), Horizon (2018) and Panorama (2019).