Back by popular demand is this amazing photo of the Cruise Ship Costa Atlantica leaving The Mahogany Bay Cruise Dock in Dixon Cove, Roatan Island, Honduras. Dwarfing our popular Galaxy Wave Ferry to the mainland, and another one of Roatan’s ship wrecks turned “reef” over the years.
This captivating and romantic ship, Costa Atlantica, is stunning with sparkling lights and her beautiful “smoke stack” as she leaves the harbor at dusk. She has 12 passenger decks, each named after movies directed by the famous Italian director, Federico Fellini. Carrara marble, Murano-glass accents, in-laid mosaic tile and a Venetian atmosphere, are among the many
features that set this ship ablaze with colorful light and artistic
The Costa Atlantica has a passenger capacity of 2,114 people at
double occupancy. She has a crew of 897. At 960 feet in length, and a beam of 106 feet, she sports 15 decks and travels at
Along with many other cruise ships, the Costa Atlantica, docks at the new $62 million dollar Mahogany Bay Cruise Center. Finally completed after more than five years in development and
2 years under construction, the 20 acre waterfront property
sports a two cruise ship pier, a welcome center along with a variety of tourist stores, 2 theme bars, a restaurant, and flying beach chairs suspended by cable over to a beautiful white sand beach with lush tropical views along the way.
Beyond the magic of Costa Atlantica and the Cruise Center lies the beautiful Island of Roatan where you can explore historical sites, breath taking views, crystal clear turquoise waters, a coral reef system that attracts world class divers, and a culture of people that will melt your heart.
You may visit Roatan on a Cruise Ship, but when you come back, it will be to stay and to become part of the Roatan Island Culture that has its own lights to shine at dusk!