Grand Classica deck plans
Deck layouts, review of facilities, activities, amenities
Grand Classica deck plan review at CruiseMapper provides newest cruise deck plans (floor layouts of the vessel) extracted from the officially issued by Bahamas Paradise Cruise Line deckplan pdf (printable version).
Each of the Grand Classica 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 Grand Classica staterooms (cabins and suites), including photos, cabin plans and amenities by room type and category.
Grand Classica (built 1991 as “Costa Classica”, last refurbished in 2017 October as "Costa neoClassica") is the first of two Classica-class Costa cruise ships – together with Costa neoRomantica. The ship’s name was changed after an extensive refit done in December 2014. As part of the “Costa neoCollection” fleet of three “new” ships, neoClassica was also a sister to Costa neoRiviera, and was the Coasta Cruises oldest vessel.
- On August 2, 2017, Costa Cruises announced that the neoClassica ship leaves the fleet in 2018. The ship's last Costa cruise itinerary is scheduled for March 4, 2018 (7-day "India and Maldives" from Mumbai india to Male Maldives).
- The decision was made following the 4 new vessels with scheduled deliveries between 2019-2022. Each of the new ships is 183,000 tons, with over 2600 cabins and passenger capacity 6600.
- Renamed to "Grand Classica", in 2018 Costa neoClassica joined the fleet of the Florida-based company "Bahamas Paradise Cruise Line" (owned by NCL's formet President Kevin Sheehan). The company's current fleet now consists of two ships - MS Grand Celebration.
Grand Classica cruise ship deck plan has a total of 656 staterooms for 1308 passengers (max capacity is 1680 guests), served by 620 crew/staff. The ship has 10 passenger decks (all named after Bahamian islands), 8 dining options (7 restaurants and food bars, plus room service), 9 lounges and bars, 2 swimming pools (none with retractable roof), 4 jacuzzies, 8 elevators. The ship has no self-service laundromats (passenger use laundry facilities).
There are numerous artworks of great value on display at various places throughout the ship. The list includes works by Emilio Tadini (mosaic walls in the theater) and Luciano Vistosi (displayed in the Atrium).
Costa neoClassica 2014 refurbishment review
The list of deck plan changes and renovations after the ship's drydock refit and refurbishment in 2014 (Nov 8 - Dec 18, done in Genoa Italy) included:
- The vessel's hull was repainted. Engine rooms were updated. All hotel areas were renovated.
- Public areas and all passenger cabins were renovated (including new furniture in all balcony Suites).
- New cabin amenities were added, including Illy coffee machines and Elemis bath products.
- Tivoli Restaurant was upgraded - more 2-4 seats tables were added, as well as the seadays Brunch option.
- On deck 11, new TRX (classes area) was added to the SPA.
- The menu of Dolce Amore Bar (deck 9) was upgraded with a new pizza dinner option.
- During the ship's 2013 drydock in Genoa (Nov 12 - Dec 21) were done routine maintenance (hull, engine, hotel), public areas and passenger cabins renovation, new Suite furniture, Tivoli restaurant upgrade, SPA refurbishment (new TRX classes / sports area was added).
- The refurb project cost Costa Cruises around USD 28 million.
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