Costa Atlantica is designed around the works of the celebrated film director, Fellini, and has a distinctive, vibrant palette that makes her stand out even among the Costa fleet.
The expansive open decks boast a quartet of inviting pools, plus Jacuzzis and an exhilarating water slide. To protect form the elements, one of the pools even comes with its own sliding glass roof.
Costa Atlantica boasts an evocative, intimate supper club for dining and dancing for a small surcharge, as well as an extensive health spa with specially tailored wellness menus that complement the programmes seamlessly. The gym is large and state of the art and, by contrast there is also a large, tempting shopping arcade for those more interested in spending pounds than shedding them.
A vast, multi storey atrium leads into a sumptuous interior graced with no less than a dozen main bars, many with large dance floors and musicians performing everything from samba to classical. The disco is large, and stays open into the small hours, as does the nearby casino.
Factor a vast range of cabins into the mix from economical insides to palatial suites, and you have a magnificent floating resort that is unmistakably Italian in concept and execution, offering tremendous scope for fun and adventure at any time of the day or night.