Costa Victoria deck plans

Deck layouts, review of facilities, activities, amenities

Costa Victoria deck plan review at CruiseMapper provides newest cruise deck plans (floor layouts of the vessel) extracted from the officially issued by Costa Cruises deckplan pdf (printable version).

Each of the Costa Victoria cruise ship deck plans are conveniently combined with a legend (showing cabin codes) and detailed review of all the deck's venues and passenger-accessible indoor and outdoor areas. A separate link provides an extensive information on Costa Victoria staterooms (cabins and suites), including photos, cabin plans and amenities by room type and category.

Costa Victoria (built 1996, last refurbished in 2018) is the Sky-class vessel in the Costa cruise line’s fleet. In this class Victoria is together with the NCL ships  Norwegian Sky and Norwegian Sun. The NCL Sky ship was originally ordered by Costa Crociere as “Costa Olympia”, but finished as “Norwegian Sky”.

Costa Victoria cruise ship deck plan has a total of 964 staterooms for 1928 passengers (max capacity is 2274 guests), served by 820 crew/staff. The ship has 10 passenger decks (all named after famous classical Italian operas), 5 restaurants, 12 lounges and bars, 3 swimming pools (indoor and adults-only, in the Spa), 4 jacuzzies, 12 elevators. Victoria has no self-service laundromats on board.

Victoria has glass mosaics (by E. Tadinidi) and numerous other artworks (including by A. Vignali) and prints on display at various places throughout the ship.

Besides the ship's staff and crew, Costa cruise passengers are also served by Peper robots - latest cyborg technology implemented fleetwide in 2016. These humanoid robots greet and guide passengers upon embarkation. They also assist them throughout the cruise by providing information and tips on onboard dining, entertainment, enrichment program (workshops, pre-scheduled events), casino and shopping promotions, shore excursions and tours. Pepper robots are mobile and communicate in 3 languages (English, German, Italian). They can also interpret human emotions by analyzing voice tones and face expressions.

Costa Victoria 2013 refurbishment review

The ship's 2013 drydock in Genoa Italy (October 25 - November 11) was budgeted USD 18 million. The project (planned to prepare the vessel for the Asian market) included:

  • redesigned old and added new retail boutique shops
  • introduced new dining venues and menu options (aft buffet restaurant terrace, Pizza, Noodle Bar, midnight buffet) and a evening entertainment program in the Theater Lounge
  • All lounges were redecorated. New art works were installed. The ship's interior was restyled (European flair).

The list of significant deck plan changes after the ship's 2004 major drydock refit included:

  • transformation of 242 Oceanview to Balcony cabins (on decks 9, 10, 11)
  • added balconies to 4 suites (on deck 11)
  • Aft on Lido deck 11 was addded a terrace to the Ristorante Buffet Bolero. Also on Deck 11 were added two promenades (outdoor deck relaxation areas).
  • The vessel also updated in compliance to the latest maritime shipping standards.

Before returning from Asian to Mediterranean cruise service, in 2018 (March 18-30) the ship underwent a scheduled drydock refurbishment at Chantier Naval de Marseille shipyard.

Deck layouts

  • Deck 04 - Nabucco

    Costa Victoria Deck 04 - Nabucco
  • Deck 05 - Boheme

    Costa Victoria Deck 05 - Boheme
  • Deck 06 - Traviata

    Costa Victoria Deck 06 - Traviata
  • Deck 06a - Manon

    Costa Victoria Deck 06a - Manon
  • Deck 07 - Carmen

    Costa Victoria Deck 07 - Carmen
  • Deck 08 - Otello

    Costa Victoria Deck 08 - Otello
  • Deck 09 - Tosca

    Costa Victoria Deck 09 - Tosca
  • Deck 10 - Norma

    Costa Victoria Deck 10 - Norma
  • Deck 11 - Rigoletto

    Costa Victoria Deck 11 - Rigoletto
  • Deck 12 - Butterfly

    Costa Victoria Deck 12 - Butterfly
  • Deck 14 - Solarium

    Costa Victoria Deck 14 - Solarium

Costa Victoria deck plans are property of Costa Cruises. All deck layouts are for informational purposes only and CruiseMapper is not responsible for their accuracy.