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Photographer:Capt. Hilmar Snorrason [View profile]Title:COSTA ALLEGRAAdded:Sep 30, 2008
Photo Category: Cruise Ships built 1961-1970
Arriving to Reykjavík 13 July 2005
Vessel Identification
Name:Santa Cruise
Former name(s):
- Costa Allegra (Until 2012 Oct)
- Alexandra (Until 1990 Sep)
- Annie Johnson (Until 1986)
Technical Data
Vessel type:Passengers Ship
Gross tonnage:28,597 tons
Summer DWT:6,968 tons

Additional Information
Build year:1969
AIS Information
AIS information: N/A
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Photo Comments (2)

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Capt. Hilmar Snorrason on Nov 04, 2007 20:56 (10 years ago)
This photo is used in the logo. I'm really proud of the honor the photo has been given by the administrator.
immen on Feb 10, 2006 01:43 (12 years ago)
Year Built: 1992
Year Refurbished: 2001
Year Entered Present Fleet: 1992
Previous Name: N/A
Country Of Registry: Italy
Length (feet): 616
Tonnage (GRT): 28,500
Pax (basis 2): 820
Max Pax (inc. Uppers): 1,000
Passenger Decks: 8
Number Of Crew: 450
Officers' Nationality: Italian
Cruise/Hotel Staff Nationality:
Size: Midsize (501-1000 passengers)

Costa Allegra may look a bit plain from the outside,
but inside she is literally brilliant, and quite
beautiful. Italian designer elegance makes this a
very bright ship, capitalizing on the play of light
on glass: Whimsical, with lots of verve. Dramatic
paintings, sculptures, graphics, wall hangings, and
handmade crafts make her striking and home like at
the same time. Costa Allegra was refurbished in 2001.
She is decorated in shades of cream, peach, red, aqua,
and black that would have struck a chord with the
Impressionists and Post-Impressionists the decks are
named for: Manet, Rousseau, Degas, Modigliani, Lautrec, Gauguin, and Van Gogh.

Nice shot!
Regards /Immen
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