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Costa Magica
  The finest designers and architects have spared neither effort nor expense in creating the Costa Magica cruise ship. A cruise ship that pays homage to some of Italy’s most fascinating destinations. From Positano to Portofino and Capri to Grado as well as Bellagio, Sicily and Vicenza, each of the ship’s public rooms and restaurants, take guests on a magical voyage to some of the most beautiful locales in Italy. At 105,000 tons she is one of the largest cruise ships ever to fly the Italian flag and the largest ship in Costa's fleet along with her sister the Costa Fortuna.  
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Costa Magica: Not Magical
We are longtime cruisers (15 + total since 1978). This is the worst cruise we have ever taken, with the exception of one on the MS Grusia (a Russien ship out of St. Petersburg, Florida, in 1987) so we
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  Pat Herbert
Nothing Special
I went on this cruise with a large group. I have been on most cruise lines. This was my first time with Costa. We had a great itinerary: Puerto Rico, St. Thomas, Dominican Republic, Grand Turk. My mai
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  Hank Silver
Beware of Costa
If you like big ships decorated in bad taste, take a Costa cruise. During the holidays, kids were everywhere including the "adults only" pool and spa. The wait staff was noisy to the
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  Scott Amos
Costa Is For Europeans
Short and not too sweet: We should have booked with Royal Caribbean again.This was our honeymoon and I just got back from serving in Iraq. They wouldn''''t let me on the ship because I couldn'
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