Costa Toscana

The first metal sheet was cut for Costa Toscana in July 2019. MEYER TURKU plans to deliver the ocean liner to Costa Crociere in 2021. It’s the sister ship of Costa Smeralda, which has been cruising through the oceans since 2019.

A considerable amount of cutting-edge technology has gone into the construction of Costa Toscana. The vessel is powered by liquefied natural gas at the port and at sea. LNG is the world’s cleanest fossil fuel, which makes our drive system a key milestone on the road to greater sustainability. It prevents the release of particulate matter and sulphur oxides while substantially reducing the emission of nitrogen oxides and carbon dioxide.

Costa Toscana is inspired by Italian art, culture and landscapes – future guests can expect a first-class ship design with premium sports facilities, spa treatments and entertainment. It will be one of the largest ocean liners in the world, measuring 337 metres in length with over 6,554 passengers.

Tonnage
185,010 GT
Length
337 m
Breadth moulded
42
Design draught
8.6 m
Total engine power
64 MW
Propulsion power
37 MW
Speed
17kn
Passengers
6,554
Passenger cabins
2,612
Crew
1,646
Theatre capacity
915
Total paintwork weight
380 t
Total Wiring Length
3,000 km
Classification
RINA
Production series
Costa XL-Class
Shipyard
MEYER TURKU
Cruise Line
Costa Crociere

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