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Costa Pacifica Calls at Bergen

Photographs  John H. Luxton 2012

COSTA PACIFICA [114,500grt / 2009] is a Concordia Class Cruise ship constructed by Fincantieri for Carnival Corporation slightly larger than the class leader COSTA CONCORDIA which ran aground off the island of Giglio on Friday January 13,  2012

COSTA PACIFICA can carry up to 3780 passengers. She is photographed here at Skolten Cruise Terminal on an 11 Night itinerary which departed from Hamburg on July 30, calling at Geiranger, August 01; Honningsvag, August 03; Tromso, August 04; Leknes, August 05, Trondheim, August 06; Andalsnes, August 07; Bergen, August 08 returning to Keil on August 10.


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