Over the course of several months we have been able to follow the Costa Diadema progress, as there have been a series of pictures on the official website direct from the shipyard. These images give us a fine example of the Italian craftsmen doing what they do best, not just with the big things to do with the ship, but also the tiniest details as well.
The latest image taken a few days ago is from the teak handrails from the Diadema that are being put into place before they get another sand and then coated to help protect them, as well as making them look like a work of art.
We were treated to shots of the Costa Diadema interior late last month, which we have to say looks like it will be a grand place to be. There will also be a decent art section, although not certain if it compares to the art onboard P&O’s upcoming cruise ship, the Britannia.
The contest that we recently reported on in regard to becoming the Costa Diadema Godmother ended yesterday, so if you never got your name down, then it is too late. The Regina del Mediterraneo or Queen of the Mediterranean is to be christened on November 7th, 2014 and the winner of the contest will be on hand to honor the new ship.
If you have yet to book a cruise on the new ship, then you can check out the latest Costa Diadema itinerary here, or even take a closer look at the Costa Diadema deck plans to familiarise yourself with the ship before you get on board.