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Friday, February 10, 2012

Costa Favorites of Yesteryear - Part II

More memorable Costa Ships in Part II of my tribute to Costa Line and my favorite ships of yesteryear.






Costa's First Passenger Ship - The Anna C.












Costa's Bianca C was originally the La Marseillaise of Messageries Maritimes.









Danae - Originally Built as a passenger/cargo liner Port Melbourne. Was significantly rebuilt under Carras Cruises. Still sailing today for Classic International Cruises as the Princess Danae.







Daphne - Originally Built as a passenger/cargo liner Port Sydney. Was significantly rebuilt under Carras Cruises. Still sailing today for Classic International Cruises as the Princess Daphne.











Franca C - Originally built as Mallory Lines' Medina in 1914 in Newport News Virginia. The ship is still around idle in the Singapore awaiting reactivation as a floating hotel, entertainment center and bookstore.













Costa's Enrico C - Originally constructed as the Provence of Societe Generale Transports Maritimes (SGTM)






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