Chinese Taishan Review and Specifications
Specifications of Chinese Taishan
|Builder||BLOHM & VOSS A.G.|
|Year of built||2000|
|Gross Tonnage||24430 gt|
|Former name||Olympic Voyager, Voyager, Grand Voyager, Costa Voyager|
|Decks with cabins||6|
Review of Chinese Taishan
In 2014, the Costa Voyager ship was sold to its current shipowner - the Chinese passenger shipping line “Bohai Ferry Company” for US$43,68 million, and renamed “Chinese Taishan”.
History - construction & ownership
The 24,430-ton, 920-passenger cruise ship Chinese Taishan is the fastest ship in the world. Built in Germany, the ship was formerly part of Royal Olympic fleet as Olympic Voyager (2000-2004) and Ibero fleet as Grand Voyager (2004-2011). Voyager's debut for Costa Cruises was in December 2011 as a small and elegant, perfect for real intimate sea experience vessel. Due to the vessel’s exceptional speed, passengers are going to enjoy longer port stays, securing more time to participate in shore excursions and get a more in-depth local experience.
Cruise itinerary program
Dining options - Food & Drinks
MV Chinese Taishan offers restaurants, tea houses and 24-hour room service.
Entertainment options - Fun & Sport
The Chinese Taishan ship is not crowded and features great atmosphere for personal time and relax, due to outdoor swimming pools and physiotherapy rooms. The cruise ship offers facilities like wellness center, kids’ area, casino, cards room, library, disco club and theater with daily live performances. The ex-Costa Voyager cruise ship is an exquisite and welcoming vessel, convenient and inviting, stylish and inspiring despite its capacity. Taishan's miniature size makes it easy for passengers to manage their way around on board and fellow cruisers become instant friends.
Chinese Taishan wiki
Year built 1999 (as Olympic Voyager)
Passenger capacity / crew capacity 832 (927 max) / 350
Dimensions (Gross tonnage weight / LOA length) 24,400 tons / 593 ft (181 m)
Ship builder Blohm+Voss (Germany)
Building cost USD 150 mill
Ship owner Carnival Corporation
Operator Costa Cruises
Christened by Miranda Krestovnikoff