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Cruiseable's editorial team has written and curated editorial reviews and overviews of the following cruise ships.


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Carnival Cruise Line (overview)

Carnival Breeze sails out of Miami on itineraries to Ocho Rios, Grand Turk, the Bahamas, San Juan, St. Maarten, the U.S. Virgin Islands, Curacao, Aruba, Grand Cayman, Antigua and other destinations.
Carnival Breeze

Carnival Breeze will take you to some of the hottest spots in the Caribbean and the Bahamas, while you get to experience some fun in the sun on board. Enjoy a signature burger designed by Guy Fieri at Guy's Burger Joint, laugh till it hurts at The Punchliner Comedy Club Presented by George Lopez, tackle SkyCourse at SportSquare and mellow out with some tunes ... See more


Destinations: Carnival Breeze sails the Caribbean, including Grand Turk, San Juan, the U.S. Virgin Islands, Curacao, Aruba, Jamaica, the Cayman Islands and Cozumel, Mexico

Carnival Celebration launches in 2022.
Carnival Celebration

Carnival Celebration, the first megaship from Carnival Cruise Line with 5,374 passengers (double occupancy), debuts in November 2022 with short splash-and-dash sailings to the Caribbean out of Miami. Like sister ship Mardi Gras, Carnival Celebration features six themed “zones” ... See more


Destinations: Eastern and Western Caribbean

Carnival Conquest sails Ports in the Caribbean on two- to nine-day itineraries. 
Carnival Conquest

Cruise passengers will find little time for boredom with all the restaurants, lounges and live entertainment aboard Carnival Conquest. Check out Guy's Burger Joint, RedFrog Rum Bar and EA Sports Bar to grab a bite or to simply watch some sports ... See more


Destinations: Carnival Conquest sails the Caribbean, including Grand Turk, San Juan, the U.S. Virgin Islands, Curacao, Aruba, Jamaica, the Cayman Islands and Cozumel, Mexico

  Carnival Dream sails from New Orleans and San Juan, Puerto Rico, to tropical ports in the Caribbean.
Carnival Dream

Carnival Dream features two dual-level dining rooms, a gourmet steakhouse and the Lido Restaurant. It also features Ocean Plaza, which combines tasty treats with entertainment. Entertainment and activities abound on the ship, as is water-based fun, with everything from the heart-racing waterslide action at WaterWorks to the soothing Thalassotherapy pool at the Cloud 9 Spa ... See more


Destinations: Carnival Dream sails the Caribbean, including Belize, The Bahamas, Curacao, Aruba, Jamaica, the Cayman Islands and Cozumel, Mexico

A Caribbean adventure awaits you aboard Carnival Ecstasy.
Carnival Ecstasy

Carnival Ecstasy features fun for the kids, with a wide range of supervised youth activities. There's also plenty for the adults to do on board. They can relax at the Serenity Adult-Only Retreat and spa, or sip back something chilled at RedFrog Rum Bar and BlueIguana Tequila Bar ... See more


Destinations: Carnival Ecstasy sails the Caribbean to Cozumel, Mexico

Carnival Elation.
Carnival Elation

Carnival Elation is designed to celebrate the muses who inspire the arts, themed around literary, musical and film greats. For kids, age-appropriate, supervised activities are available from one of three youth spaces. There's also a video arcade and waterslides on board ... See more


Destinations: Carnival Elation sails Ports in the Caribbean during the summer and winter on two- to five-day itineraries. She visits the Mexican ports in Progreso and Cozumel

Whether you like to lounge on a deck chair or shoot down water slides, you won't be bored on a Carnival Freedom cruise.
Carnival Freedom

The last Conquest-class ship to be built for Carnival Cruise Lines, Carnival Freedom is inspired by and pays tribute to decades of the past, so passengers feel as if they are stepping into not only a different place, but a different time entirely ... See more


Destinations: Ports in the Caribbean in the summer and winter out of Fort Lauderdale

Cruise the warm Caribbean waters on Carnival Glory.
Carnival Glory

From the people-watching potential of the Lido Deck, to the see-and-be-seen White Heat Dance Club, Carnival Glory has something for everyone. It even shows its true colors with sit-down dining options like the Emerald Room Steakhouse and the aptly-named Golden and Platinum Restaurants ... See more


Destinations: Ports in Eastern and Western Caribbean

Carnival Horizon.
Carnival Horizon

Carnival Horizon from Carnival Cruise Line is a bold, sophisticated, gorgeous ship brimming with activities, dining options, and bars and lounges galore. The ship carries 3,936 passengers (double occupancy) and 1,450 crew members — both identical to sister ship Carnival Vista ... See more


Destinations: Eastern and Southern Caribbean

Carnival Legend underwent a drydock refurbishment in 2014 and now cruises exclusively out of Australia.
Carnival Legend

Carnival Cruise Lines 2,124-passenger Carnival Legend underwent a major dry-dock refurbishment in February 2014 and then moved to Australia. Carnival Legend is the second Carnival ship to feature the Green Thunder at-sea water slide and while she pays tribute to some of the most enduring legends throughout the ages, she still features classic Carnival Legend favorites ... See more


Destinations: Ports in Australia

The Versailles Pool on Carnival Liberty features two spas, one great pool and a whole lot of deck chairs.
Carnival Liberty

Guess which is the first ship to serve up gourmet Guy Fieri burgers daily? How about one with a sports bar that combines live sports on TV with lively competition through the latest EA SPORTS titles, not to mention delicious drinks? It's the same ship with tacos and burritos on Lido deck, made fresh while you wait, plus two great bars — one rum-slinging, one tequila-wielding — dueling for your heart ... See more


Destinations: Ports in the Southern Caribbean to ports in St. Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands; Barbados; St. Lucia; St. Kitts and St. Maarten

Explore beautiful Key West, Florida, on your next Carnival Magic cruise.
Carnival Magic

At 1,004 feet, Carnival Magic continued Carnival's Dream class tradition, with food and entertainment space in the Ocean Plaza, the splashy stylings of Carnival WaterWorks and The Lanai, a convenient and scenic half-mile outdoor wraparound promenade deck. She also features the outdoor SportSquare, including the world's first ropes course at sea ... See more


Destinations: Ports in the Caribbean

Cruise the Western Caribbean on Carnival Miracle.
Carnival Miracle

Not only does Carnival Miracle visit stunning destinations, but she features a variety of onboard spaces inspired by elements of fantasy. Escape from reality as you take in a show at the Phantom Lounge, a drink at Odyssey Bar or a dance at Dr. Frankenstein's Lab. To lose yourself in a song, find your way to The Jazz Club, Jeeves Lounge or Sam's Piano Bar ... See more


Destinations: Ports in the Western Caribbean with a call in Cozumel, Mexico or both Grand Cayman, Cayman Islands and Cozumel, Mexico

Carnival Panorama.
Carnival Panorama

The 4,008-passenger Carnival Panorama cruises from Long Beach, Calif. to all your favorite ports on the Pacific coast of Mexico. Fish in Cabo San Lucas, have a beach day in Mazatlan, or have a family Eco Adventure in Puerto Vallarta. Fill your schedule with all the things you love to do. Enjoy your meals in a variety of restaurants and find your favorites ... See more


Destinations: Mexican Riviera

Carnival Paradise docked at night.
Carnival Paradise

Carnival Paradise, the final Fantasy class ship created by Carnival  features fun indoors, outdoors and everywhere in between. Cruise passengers can find fun in and near the water courtesy of hot tubs, pools and the Twister Waterslide, as well as tasty fare from the sea, complements of the Carnival Paradise Sushi Bar ... See more


Destinations: Ports in the Eastern Caribbean and the Bahamas

Cruise the warm waters of the Caribbean on Carnival Pride.
Carnival Pride

Carnival Pride features a slew of delicious dining options and interactive entertainment on board. Dine refined, from the zen-like simplicity of Bonsai Sushi to the muted hues of the Normandie Restaurant, as well as the Renaissance-era allure of David’s Steakhouse ... See more


Destinations: Ports in the Caribbean

Cruise the warm waters of the Caribbean on Carnival Pride.
Carnival Radiance

Carnival Radiance, formerly Carnival Victory, has been reengineered and reimagined from stem to stern for short jaunts out of Long Beach, Calif., to Catalina Island and Ensenada, Mexico, where cruisers can enjoy beaches, shopping and excursions. On board, Radiance has WaterWorks for the young and young at heart as well as SportSquare, Seuss at Sea and the Serenity Adult Only Retreat. The ship also offers spa treatments ... See more


Destinations: Chiefly Catalina Island and Ensenada, Mexico

Thrillseekers of all ages can go deckside to ride the Twister waterslide and twin racing slides at WaterWorks, Carnival Sensation's aqua park.
Carnival Sensation

Carnival Sensation sails to the Bahamas twice a week and is ideal for cruise passengers looking for a quick getaway. While you and Carnival Sensation are en route to or from the Bahamas, you will enjoy a wide variety of activities to spark excitement or to simply relax. If you're looking to get wet, Carnival Sensation features a resort-style pool and three waterslide options ... See more


Destinations: Ports in the Bahamas. Shorter cruises sail to Freeport and Nassau in the Bahamas. Longer cruises to Half Moon Cay in the Bahamas are also an option

Thrillseekers of all ages can go deckside to ride the Twister waterslide and twin racing slides at WaterWorks, Carnival Sensation's aqua park.
Carnival Spirit

One of the standbys of the Carnival fleet since 2001, Carnival Spirit has grown into one of Australians' favorite cruise ships. Back in the day, the 2,124-passenger ship introduced a few significant firsts for the cruise line, including specialty restaurants, as the first of four Spirit-class ships. Those ships also boast an appealing configuration with four-fifths of the cabins having ocean views. ... See more


Destinations: Australia and South Pacific out of Brisbane, Australia

Catch Hollywood movies and special showings on the big digital screen in the poolside Seaside Theatre aboard Carnival Splendor.
Carnival Splendor

As the first in a new class of Fun Ships, Carnival Splendor offers a host of innovative onboard features and facilities, highlighted by a 21,000-square-foot health and fitness center — one of the largest at sea — which features Carnival's first  thermal suite and thalassotherapy pool covered by a glass dome ... See more


Destinations: Ports in the Caribbean out of New York or Baltimore

Carnival Sunrise entices cruise lovers to relax, play, indulge and enjoy life at sea.
Carnival Sunrise

The 3,002-passenger Carnival Sunrise is an action-packed vessel offering warm-weather getaways mostly to the Caribbean. The Carnival Cruise Line ship underwent a $155 million makeover in 2013 and 2016 and emerged as the second ship in its Sunshine class along with sister ships Carnival Sunshine and Carnival Victory. ... See more


Destinations: Ports in the Caribbean. Winter months feature Western Caribbean cruises with ports such as Progreso and Cozumel in Mexico.

Carnival Sunshine sails to the tropical, sun-drenched ports of the Caribbean and Central America, including Mexico, Roatan and Belize.
Carnival Sunshine

If you've ever caught a sunrise or sunset at sea, you know that they're the most beautiful kind. Although the sun has set on Carnival Destiny, she has been transformed into the new Carnival Sunshine. There's the biggest Serenity Adult-Only Retreat on any of the Carnival ships, featuring three decks, plenty of recliners and even a waterfall ... See more


Destinations: Ports in the Caribbean

The main pool on the Lido Deck of Carnival Valor.
Carnival Valor

Carnival Valor has a heroes and heroics theme, featuring a variety of themed restaurants, entertainment and activities. On Carnival Valor, you'll find spots designed for your palate, whether you prefer to be wined — check out Jeanne’s Wine Bar — or dined — direct your taste buds to the Washington or Lincoln dining rooms, or even Scarlett’s Steakhouse ... See more


Destinations: Ports in the Caribbean

Carnival Vista.
Carnival Vista

Carnival Vista boasts the first IMAX theater at sea, an adults-only Serenity retreat area, a Cloud 9 spa, Camp Ocean for kids up to 12, a 450-foot waterslide, a SkyRide that lets passengers pedal on an 800-foot track located 150 feet above the sea, and Cuban-themed rooms and outdoor hangouts such as the Havana Bar & Pool. ... See more


Destinations: Carnival Vista sails six- and eight-day Caribbean cruises out of Miami.

Carnival Victory sailing out of the Port of Miami toward a Caribbean destination.
Mardi Gras

When you step on board Carnival Cruise Line's Mardi Gras, which debuted in July 2021, you will see all the great features you have come to expect from Carnival Cruises and then find all the new treasures on this ship. You'll need to be comfortable with a megaship experience, though: Mardi Gras carries 5,282 passengers at double occupancy and 6,465 at full capacity. ... See more


Destinations: Eastern and Western Caribbean

Royal Caribbean (overview)

A dolphin leaps through the air in Curacao during a port visit by Adventure of the Seas.
Adventure of the Seas

Adventure of the Seas is packed with Royal Caribbean's signature innovations that include the Royal Promenade, a rock wall,  a sports court, ice skating rink, mini-golf course and a variety of alternative dining options ... See more


Destinations: Ports in the Caribbean and the Mediterranean  

Allure of the Seas offers seven districts or
Allure of the Seas

Allure of the Seas is the world’s largest and most innovative cruise ship, a title she shares with sister ship Oasis of the Seas, which is just a few inches shorter.At 1,187 feet long and 215 feet wide, Allure of the Seas has a lot of deck space to discover. Discover features like the first Starbucks at sea, the Tony Award-winning Broadway musical "Chicago," and favorite moments with Shrek, Po the panda and more friends in the DreamWorks Experience ... See more


Destinations: Ports in the Caribbean and the Mediterranean

Anthem of the Seas
Anthem of the Seas

Royal Caribbean promised newly designed staterooms, game-changing technology, ground-breaking venues and excellent dining — and Anthem of the Seas certainly provides it. Active cruise passengers will love the interior design, sports and fitness options, and entertainment. ... See more


Destinations: Ports in the Caribbean and the Mediterranean

Brilliance of the Seas sails Ports in the Caribbean, New England, Northern Europe and parts of Russia.
Brilliance of the Seas

Part of Royal Caribbean's Radiance class of ships, Brilliance of the Seas features acres of glass that enclose the nine-story central atrium, elevators facing the sea and floor-to-ceiling windows throughout — all of which flaunt ocean views. The variety of recreational activities on board include a rock-climbing wall and mini-golf course. When the sun goes down, the night heats up with Broadway-style shows, Casino Royale, plus 16 bars and lounges that never feature a cover ... See more


Destinations: Ports in the Caribbean, New England, Northern Europe and parts of Russia

Ready for a quick getaway to the tropics? Enchantment of the Seas offers 3- and 4-night sailings from Port Canaveral to Nassau and CocoCay in the Bahamas.
Enchantment of the Seas

Adventurers, relaxation seekers, cruisers young and old: Here's the ship for you. Enchantment of the Seas boasts bungee trampolines to spring you sky high, a rock-climbing wall and an interactive Splash Deck — along with plenty of spaces that soothe, like the Vitality Spa and the adults-only Solarium pool ... See more


Destinations: Ports in the Bahamas.  

Explorer of the Seas.
Explorer of the Seas

Is it adventure you seek or a restful retreat from life on land? Royal Caribbean's Explorer of the Seas is home to an array of innovations that give you whatever type of vacation you desire. Climb a rock wall that overlooks the sea, or find your adventure on the basketball court, ice-skating rink or mini-golf course ... See more


Destinations: Ports in the Caribbean, Europe, Australia, Asia and the South Pacific

Royal Caribbean's Freedom of the Seas sails to her next destination in the Caribbean.
Freedom of the Seas

e newly enhanced Freedom of the Seas features several maritime innovations to stir your imagination. Share a high five with Shrek as part of the DreamWorks Experience. Catch a first-run movie in the 3D theater or poolside under the stars on the outdoor movie screen ... See more


Destinations: Ports in the Caribbean out of Port Canaveral, FL

Grandeur of the Seas cruises Ports in the Caribbean and New England.
Grandeur of the Seas

Those looking for something new will appreciate the enhancements to Grandeur of the Seas' onboard experience. Its activities will appeal to a wide range of cruise passengers, making it an ideal cruise ship for friends and families interested in different experiences. The dining spots make the perfect place to meet up to discuss the day's events ... See more


Destinations: Ports in the Bahamas, Bermuda, Caribbean, Canada and New England

Harmony of the Sea .
Harmony of the Seas

Launched in May 2016, Harmony of the Seas is now the world's largest cruise ship, carrying 5,479 passengers. Slightly bigger and faster than her Royal Caribbean sister ships, Oasis of the Seas and Allure of the Seas, Harmony boasts seven distinct neighborhoods, a wide range of dining options and more than a dozen bars and lounges. ... See more


Destinations: Ports in the Eastern and Western Caribbean

Both Independence of the Seas and her larger sister, Oasis of the Seas, sail for the Caribbean out of Fort Lauderdale, Florida.
Independence of the Seas

Meet Independence of the Seas, packed with a long list of onboard activities typical of Royal Caribbean's Freedom class of ships. Highlights include the FlowRider surf simulator, a rock-climbing wall, ice-skating rink, cantilevered whirlpools, Royal Promenade, mini golf course, and more ... See more


Destinations: Ports in the Caribbean, the Mediterranean and Europe

Get refreshed with a dip in one of the three pools aboard Jewel of the Seas.
Jewel of the Seas

Cruise passengers looking to relax and get away will enjoy the Jewel of the Seas experience. With more than 100 spa treatments in the Vitality Spa and adults-only swimming pools in Solarium, Jewel of the Seas gives adults a reason to indulge, while an abundance of children's programs are available to entertain the kids ... See more


Destinations: Ports in the Caribbean, North America and Latin America

Liberty of the Seas cruises to the Western Caribbean, Western Mediterranean, Mexico, New England and Atlantic Canada.
Liberty of the Seas

For those cruise passengers looking for something new, Liberty of the Seas has been revamped with Royal Caribbean's most popular activities. She has something for everyone in your group to enjoy their vacation, as well as several dining establishments that make good gathering points for passengers to meet up at between activities ... See more


Destinations: Ports in the Caribbean, the Mediterranean and New England

Mariner of the Seas.
Mariner of the Seas

The newly amplified Mariner of the Seas from Royal Caribbean underwent a $120 million refurbishment in 2018 — and the enhancements make all the difference. Many of the renovations involve new features to attract families and younger cruisers. A surf simulator, two waterslides, a virtual reality experience and many new restaurants and lounges breathed new life into this venerable ship, ... See more


Destinations: Bahamas and Caribbean

Navigator of the Seas offers two seven-night itineraries to the Western Caribbean, both with several days at sea. One visits Cozumel, Mexico, Roatan, Honduras, and Belize City. The other calls at Cozumel, Mexico, Falmouth, Jamaica, and George Town, Grand Cayman.
Navigator of the Seas

On the 142,000-ton, 3,114-guest Navigator of the Seas, there's more space for all 3,114 cruise passengers with enhanced staterooms, expanded dining options and a wide range of recreational facilities. Achieve perfect zen, poolside or at the relaxing Vitality Spa. Liven up your nights on the Royal Promenade, with parades, dancing and duty-free shopping deals ... See more


Destinations: Ports in the Caribbean

An aerial view of Royal Caribbean's Oasis of the Seas, which introduced a groundbreaking design and new features to the cruise sector.
Oasis of the Seas

Oasis of the Seas is a good choice for active cruise passengers who like architecture as much as adrenaline. Because of the size of the ship, she can support many cruise experiences, but also be prepared to spend extra time getting to and from the various highlights around the vessel ... See more


Destinations: Ports in the Caribbean from her home port of Port Everglades in Fort Lauderdale, Florida

Odyssey of the Seas
Odyssey of the Seas

Odyssey of the Seas launched in July 2021 as the first Quantum Ultra Class cruise ship to sail in the United States, offering cruises to the Caribbean followed by Mediterranean voyages in 2022. At 168,800 gross tons, the ship is comparable in size to ships in Royal's Quantum class. The ship, with 4,198 passengers at double occupanc. ... See more


Destinations: Western, Southern and Eastern Caribbean

Ovation of the Seas
Ovation of the Seas

Ovation of the Seas, the third ship of the Quantum class from Royal Caribbean, launched in April 2016 — just don't look for any Caribbean getaways in the near future. The ship sails in the Far East and its home port is in Sydney, Australia. ... See more


Destinations: Ports in China, Singapore, Australia and the South Pacific

The 4,180-passenger Quantum of the Seas will sail out of Cape Liberty in Bayonne, N.J., before repositioning to China in May 2015. In late June 2015, the ship will sail three- to eight-night itineraries year-round from Shanghai to Japan and Korea.
Quantum of the Seas

If you want to be one of the first people to experience the next generation of ship design, then book passage now. The massive Quantum of the Seas spans 18 decks, features 2,090 staterooms and can carry 4,180 guests at double occupancy. For those looking for nonstop entertainment, this is your ship. It features the first-ever, sky-diving simulator at sea, as well as roller skating and bumper cars at Seaplex ... See more


Destinations: Ports in the Caribbean and Asia

A close-up look at Royal Caribbean's Radiance of the Seas in Alaska.
Radiance of the Seas

Hungry for an at-sea experience that combines panoramic vistas and an array of delicious new dining options? Look no further than the Radiance of the Seas, which underwent an extensive renovation in 2011. With acres of glass enclosing the nine-story central atrium, elevators facing the sea and floor-to-ceiling windows throughout, you'll never be at a loss for an incredible view ... See more


Destinations: Ports in the South Pacific and Pacific Northwest

Rhapsody of the Seas sails the Caribbean, New England, the Mediterranean and South Pacific.
Rhapsody of the Seas

From the snow-capped mountain coasts of Alaska to skyline views of Sydney, Australia, Rhapsody of the Seas delivers an unforgettable cruise experience, no matter the hemisphere. Get out to sea and relax away the stress of life on land – at the Vitality Spa or glass-canopied Solarium adults-only pool ... See more


Destinations: Ports in the Caribbean, New England, the Mediterranean and the South Pacific

Serenade of the Seas sails the Western Caribbean. Itineraries include ports in Jamaica, Grand Cayman, Mexico and New Orleans.
Serenade of the Seas

For those cruise passengers looking for some serious R&R, Serenade of the Seas features several onboard spas and pools for relaxing. However, adventure seekers will also find entertainment with the abundance of activities on board ... See more


Destinations: Ports in the Caribbean, North America, Scandinavia and the Arctic

Spectrum of the Seas
Spectrum of the Seas

Launched in Apri 2019, Spectrum of the Seas features grand experiences and amenities in sailings in and around China and the Asia-Pacific region. The 4,180-passenger ship is the fourth in the line's Quantum class of ships after Anthem of the Seas, Quantum of the Seas and Ovation of the Seas. ... See more


Destinations: Sailings in Asia-Pacific region out of Hong Kong

Symphony of the Seas
Symphony of the Seas

If you like to go big, you can’t get any bigger than Symphony of the Seas from Royal Caribbean. The world’s largest cruise ship set sail in April 2018 and now home-ports in Miami. The ship is so massive, it has seven distinct neighborhoods, including the tranquil Central Park, the family-fun Boardwalk and ... See more


Destinations: Western and Eastern Caribbean

Vision of the Seas' Mediterranean itineraries include port calls in Spain, France, Italy and Greece.
Vision of the Seas

Cruise passengers looking for a combination of Royal Caribbean's signature amenities and an extensive list of new offerings will enjoy cruising on Vision of the Seas. From the restaurants to the spas and whirlpools, adults will enjoy the experience just as much as kids will enjoy the activities on board ... See more


Destinations: Ports in the Caribbean and the Mediterranean

Book your dream vacation to Thailand and Vietnam on Voyager of the Seas.
Voyager of the Seas

With 15 decks, the massive Voyager of the Seas offers a variety of activities for your whole crew. From the restaurants to the spas and whirlpools, adults will enjoy the experience just as much as kids will enjoy the activities on board ... See more


Destinations: Ports in Asia and the South Pacific.  

Wonder of the Seas
Wonder of the Seas

When Wonder of the Seas joins Royal Caribbean's fleet in March 2022, it will become the world's largest cruise ship as well as the cruise line's first vessel to home port in China. The new Oasis class ship will sail out of Hong Kong with some voyages departing from the Shanghai and Beijing areas. Given its itineraries, the 5,448-passenger ship will likely appeal to cruisers ... See more


Destinations: Asia-Pacific region

Norwegian Cruise Line (overview)

Norwegian Bliss
Norwegian Bliss

The first ship from Norwegian Cruise Line built specifically for Alaska cruises, Norwegian Bliss began seasonal sailings to Alaska in June 2018, and offers itineraries that call on the Mexican Riviera and Bermuda in the fall and winter. The ship, nearly identical to sister ships Norwegian Escape and Norwegian Joy, is the largest cruise ship ever to sail to Alaska. Passengers can take in panoramic views of glaciers and bald eagles from the Observation Lounge. When not ... See more


Destinations: Alaska and the Mexican Riviera

Norwegian Breakaway sails out of New York Harbor to her next destination.
Norwegian Breakaway

They call Norwegian Breakaway New York's cruise ship, and it's clear why once you arrive at the port and see the Statue of Liberty painted on the hull. The original work of art is by Peter Max, and the renowned artist did a great job setting the tone for the Big Apple's year-round cruise ship from Norwegian Cruise Line ... See more


Destinations: Ports in the Caribbean year-round leaving from New York.  

Spend time on Norwegian Dawn's pool deck for a swim in the pool or a relaxing soak in the whirlpool.
Norwegian Dawn

Norwegian Dawn was built with freedom in mind, offering a choice of 14 dining options, 12 bars and lounges, the fitness center and spa, casino, pools and more. After a day of activity or relaxation, the choices continue as you'll be able to lay your head down in the spacious accommodation that best suits you — and this ship has got something for every size family and budget. ... See more


Destinations: Sails from Boston to Bermuda in the summer and from New Orleans to the Caribbean during winter  

Norwegian Encore
Norwegian Encore

Since its debut in November 2019, Norwegian Encore from Norwegian Cruise Line has impressed travelers with the one-two combination of a beautiful, fun ship and great ports of call. Linger over a great meal at specialty restaurants Onda by Scarpetta, Lobos and Le Bistro. Included in the cost of the cruise are other great choices such as ... See more


Destinations: Alaska and Caribbean

Norwegian Epic sails in the Caribbean in winter and Mediterranean in summer.
Norwegian Epic

While other cruise lines focus on set itineraries while on board, Norwegian Cruise Lines takes the view that everyone has different needs and interests and aims to provide as much choice and as many options as possible. They embrace the concept of choice and build it into every aspect of the Norwegian Epic on board offering ... See more


Destinations: Ports in the Caribbean and the Mediterranean

  Norwegian Escape sails to the Bahamas and the U.S. and British Virgin Islands.
Norwegian Escape

The newest and largest ship in the Norwegian fleet, boasting 20 decks and holding more than 4,200 guests, Norwegian Escape is a premium ship with an upscale-ship flair, but make no mistake — at the core of the ship is an informal, easygoing “have fun at your own pace” attitude. ... See more


Destinations: Ports in the Caribbean, including St. Thomas, Tortola and the Bahamas

An aerial view of Norwegian Gem, a cruise ship that can carry up to 2,394 guests from New York to the Bahamas, Caribbean and Canada.
Norwegian Gem

While it's true that most cruise ships have a little something for everyone,  Norwegian Cruise Lines's Norwegian Gem takes that concept to a whole new level. Passengers can choose from activities such as rock climbing and shuffleboard or relax poolside or with a hot-stone massage ... See more


Destinations: Ports in the Caribbean in the summer and New England and Canada in winter.  

Norwegian Getaway cruises the Bahamas, Jamaica, Mexico and other popular destinations in the Eastern and Western Caribbean.
Norwegian Getaway

Norwegian Getaway offers a huge selection of onboard features and facilities — you'll be lucky if you can experience everything this state-of-the-art ship has to offer in just one cruise! Onboard you'll find a small bowling alley, Carlo’s Bakery, more than 20 dining options, an Aquapark and waterslides, outdoor nightclub, the stunning Illusionarium, spa and private Haven, and a TV screen that is the height of two decks ... See more


Destinations: Ports in the Caribbean

Norwegian Jade stops in the flooded crescent-shaped caldera that forms the interior of Santorini, Greece.
Norwegian Jade

Sailing the Mediterranean year-round, Norwegian Jade is the perfect way to explore the ruins, castles, cathedrals, romantic islands and sophisticated cities of Europe. Jade – a gemstone of unique symbolic energy, and unique in the myths that surround it is a perfect name for a multifaceted, coveted Norwegian Cruise Line ship ... See more


Destinations: Ports in the Caribbean and the Mediterranean 

Norwegian Jewel during a port visit to Juneau, Alaska.
Norwegian Jewel

Sailing since 2005,  the namesake of Norwegian Cruise Line's  "Jewel Class" cruise ships, she is a gem of a vessel. When it comes to entertainment, this ship's filled with excitement: 16 dining options, 13 bars and nightclubs and that's just the beginning ... See more


Destinations: Ports in the Caribbean in winter months and British Columbia and Alaska in summer

Norwegian Joy.
Norwegian Joy

Launched in April 2017 and styled exclusively for Chinese travelers, Norwegian Joy is the most innovative and technologically advanced ship to date from Norwegian Cruise Line. Passengers can enjoy an upscale resort style vacation with top-flight entertainment, fine international dining and duty-free luxury shopping ... See more


Destinations: Norwegian Joy offers cruises along the Asia coastline with round-trip departures from China.

Enjoy the view of Alaska's magnificent coastline aboard Norwegian Pearl.
Norwegian Pearl

Whether cruising to the warmth of the Caribbean or exploring the glaciers of Alaska, experience the wonders of of the world onboard the Norwegian Cruise Line's  Norwegian Pearl. Her chic bowling alley, rock climbing wall, 16 delicious dining options, 13 bars and lounges, casino, spa, pools, fitness center, The Haven Garden Villas and so much more make this Jewel Class cruise ship a destination of her own ... See more


Destinations: Ports in the Caribbean in winter months and Alaska and British Columbia in summer

Norwegian Prima
Norwegian Prima

First in a new class of smartships from Norwegian Cruise Line, Norwegian Prima will sail its maiden voyage in November 2022. The next-generation ship is Norwegian's first major redesign in nearly 10 years. Prima is the first ship in the Prima Class of ships that are smaller and roomier than the cruise line's prior Breakaway and Breakaway-Plus Class ships, carrying 3,215 passengers ... See more


Destinations: Northern Europe and Caribbean

Norwegian Sky sails from Miami to the Bahamas with stops on Grand Bahama Island, Nassau and Great Stirrup Cay.
Norwegian Sky

Best known for offering 3- and 4-day Bahamas cruises, the 2,000-passenger Norwegian Sky now offers cruises that include an overnight in Havana, Cuba. At the center of Norwegian Sky is an atrium with a staircase that connects guests from deck 5 up to deck 12. ... See more


Destinations: Ports in the Bahamas with stops on Grand Bahama Island, Nassau and Great Stirrup Cay

Norwegian Spirit sails to the Caribbean — including Jamaica and Grand Cayman — in winter and to Spain and the Canary Islands in summer.
Norwegian Spirit

With excellent service and cool ambiance, the Norwegian Spirit may be one of the older ships in the Norwegian Cruise Line fleet, but it hasn't changed the ship's quality. This 2,018-passenger ship still offers fine restaurants, bars and lounges as well as plenty of family-friendly services ... See more


Destinations: Ports in the Caribbean in winter and Spain and the Canary Islands in summer 

Norwegian Star's Oasis Pool features slides, hot tubs and the Topsider's Bar and Grill nearby.
Norwegian Star

This 2,348-passenger ship has a variety of rooms, ranging from regular staterooms to the three-bedroom Garden Villas, and plenty of activities. Norwegian Star is a very youthful ship, filled with activities ranging from karaoke to cocktails, so be prepared to be on the go from the minute you come on board ... See more


Destinations: Ports in the Caribbean in winter and Northern Europe in summer

Norwegian Sun cruises along beautiful Hubbard Glacier in Alaska.
Norwegian Sun

Like most ships from Norwegian Cruise Line, the Norwegian Sun offers Freestyle dining choices, making your vacation a bit more casual and a lot more fun. Take in a show, relax by the pool, gamble in the casino, take your kids to the family pool — whatever you want, you can do it on the Norwegian Sun ... See more


Destinations: Ports in the Caribbean in  winter  and British Columbia and Alaska in summer

Get a great view of the breathtaking green pinnacles of Hawaii's Na Pali Coast than from the deck of Norwegian Cruise Line's Pride of America.
Pride of America

Aloha! Come aboard Norwegian Cruise Line's Pride of America for the best way to island hop Hawaii. With its soaring Tiffany-glass dome and grand staircase, you'll know this is a spectacular cruise ship. Cruise America's paradise in style, with 14 restaurants and 9 bars and lounges, excellent family accommodations, spacious suites and lots of balconies ... See more


Destinations: Ports in the Hawaiian Islands

Holland America Line (overview)

An aerial view of Eurodam sailing past New York. The Holland America ship cruises to the Caribbean as well as the Baltic Sea, Norwegian fjords, Northern Atlantic and Atlantic Canada/New England.

Launched in July 2008, ms Eurodam is one of  Holland America Lines's Signature-class ships. Eurodam furthers the evolution of sophisticated mid-sized ships with 11 passenger decks, a new topside Pan-Asian restaurant and lounge surrounded by panoramic views, an Explorer's Lounge bar, and a new photographic and imaging center ... See more


Destinations: Ports in the Caribbean, Mediterranean, and the Atlantic  coast of North America


Launched in April 2016, ms Koningsdam is now not only Holland America Line's newest and largest ship but it also is ushering in the new Pinnacle class of ships for the venerable cruise line. The 2,650-passenger ship is the first in more than a century to bear the name Koningsdam (pronounced CONE-ings-dam, not CON), which honors Willem-Alexander, the first king of the Netherlands. ... See more


Destinations: Ports in the Caribbean and Mediterranean

Aerial shot of Nieuw Amsterdam sailing into Venice. Launched in Venice on July 4, 2010, Nieuw Amsterdam celebrates the cultural traditions of New York (named Nieuw Amsterdam once upon a time) with its interior design and art collection.
Nieuw Amsterdam

Nieuw Amsterdam is perfect for people who enjoy a sophisticated and refined environment built on a long maritime heritage. Traditions are maintained with up-to date additions, and you will find a focus on food, with fine dining and cooking demonstrations ... See more


Destinations: Ports in the Mediterranean and the Caribbean

Nieuw Statendam
Nieuw Statendam

The 2,650-passenger Nieuw Statendam debuted in December 2018 as the second in the new Pinnacle class for the cruise line. The ship features several of the innovative venues that were introduced on sister ship Koningsdam as well as a few firsts, ... See more


Destinations: Mediterranean, Caribbean and Northern Europe

The Noordam passes the Rock of Gibraltar, the British overseas territory near the southern tip of Portugal.

Launched in 2006, ms Noordam is the newest member of Holland America's renowned Vista-class ships. Named for the Northern compass point, she embraces the latest industry and environmental technologies such as her use of a diesel-electric power plant for optimal energy efficiency and an Azipod propulsion system that maximizes maneuverability ... See more


Destinations: Ports in the Mediterranean, South Pacific, the Caribbean, Panama Canal and South America

Embark on Holland America's Oosterdam for a Mexican Riviera cruise, scenic Alaskan cruise or a Hawaiian cruise vacation.

Symbolic of Holland America Line's more than 135-year history of circumnavigating the globe, the centerpiece of the ms Oosterdam is a magnificent Waterford crystal globe, prominently displayed in a three-story atrium. First-time cruisers aboard this ship will quickly recognize the traditional touches that make Holland America cruisers regulars ... See more


Destinations: Ports in the Caribbean, Hawaii, Mexico, Australia and more

Holland America's Rotterdam during a visit to Indonesia.

Rotterdam is more than a sister to Koningsdam and Nieuw Statendam, part of the Pinnacle class of ships. After its launch in July 2021, Rotterdam is now the august cruise line's flagship. Let's avoid confusion right up front: This is a completely different ship than Rotterdam, which Holland America retired from the fleet and sold off in 2020. .... See more


Destinations: Ports in Asia, Africa, South Pacific, and North America

Holland America's Volendam departs from Fremantle Harbour in Western Australia.

The beautiful garden theme of the ms Volendam is reflected in an artful floral motif throughout the ship's spacious public rooms and elegant staterooms. "Flowers" can be found in abundance in the forms of floral fabrics and tapestries, as well as huge vases of tropical floral arrangements and chrysanthemums ... See more


Destinations: Ports in Asia, Alaska, Canada, Oceania, South Pacific

Book a cruise on Holland America's Westerdam to transit the Panama Canal, cruise the Caribbean or explore Alaska.

Ms Westerdam embraces the latest industry and environmental technologies such as her use of a diesel-electric power plant for optimal energy efficiency and an Azipod propulsion system. Most of her staterooms have ocean views and many have private verandas. ... See more


Destinations: Ports in Caribbean, Alaska and Pacific Northwest, Central America and Panama Canal

Holland America's Zaandam sails to Hawaii and explores Mexico's Sea of Cortez.

Since launching in 2000, the ms Zaandam has been trying to help make cruising go younger. Combining rock and roll memorabilia with traditional art pieces and baroque-style decoration, this mid-sized ship is attempting to bring luxury cruising to the millenial set ... See more


Destinations: Ports in South America and British Columbia and Alaska

 Holland America's Zuiderdam sails the Panama Canal, the Caribbean and up and down the Pacific Coast.

As with most of the Holland America cruise line, this ship features exquisite art and antiques while serving up a combination of youthful energy with traditional cruise fare. Whether it's more gourmet dining, such as Le Cirque, or a pub crawl throughout the ship, there is sure to be something for everyone ... See more


Destinations: Ports in the Caribbean, Panama Canal, and Europe

Celebrity Cruises (overview)


Celebrity Apex.
Celebrity Apex

The 2,910-passenger Celebrity Apex, along with its nearly identical sister ship Celebrity Edge, offers groundbreaking design and cutting-edge spaces unlike anything else at sea. Sip cocktails, socialize or dine on the Magic Carpet, a cantilever platform on the side of the ship set five to 13 stories above sea level that allows passengers to feel like they are floating above the sea. Unwind in the widest range of staterooms ... See more


Destinations: Ports in the Caribbean and Mediterranean

Celebrity Beyond.
Celebrity Beyond

Celebrity Beyond, the third state-of-the-art Edge class ship from Celebrity Cruises, arrives in April 2022. Like other Edge-class ships, Celebrity Beyond will feature Eden, a 270 degree, three deck observation lounge, which features a ramp connecting decks 5 and 6, in addition to a cafe, a bar and a dining venue. Celebrity Beyond will ... See more


Destinations: Ports in the Caribbean and Mediterranean

Celebrity Constellation in Barbados.
Celebrity Constellation

Celebrity Constellation is a ship that appeals to upscale travelers looking for a hip and happening cruise experience. The Millennium-class ship entered service in 2002. Constellation consistently receives top honors from Condé Nast's readers survey and was ranked in 2007 by readers as one of the "best large cruise ships." ... See more


Destinations: Ports in the Caribbean and Mediterranean

Celebrity Eclipse is one of five cruise ships in the fleet's Solstice class.
Celebrity Eclipse

Celebrity Eclipse showcases vistas with 85% of all staterooms having sweeping veranda views. Celebrity Eclipse hosts Qsine, a dining venue with a unique and playful approach to familiar dishes from around the world, and Celebrity iLounge, a hip, modern Internet cafe offering guests what they have asked for — easy access to the Internet, inspiring classes and latest tech gadgets .... See more


Destinations: Ports in Europe, Bermuda, the Caribbean, Canada, and New England

Celebrity Edge.
Celebrity Edge

If you're wondering what the future of cruising might hold, look no further than Celebrity Edge. The first of four ships in Celebrity Cruises' new Edge class does not disappoint when it comes to marrying cruise line favorites with 21st century upgrades. The 2,918-passenger ship introduces a number of new innovations that will be welcomed by most tech-savvy travelers. You can control your stateroom lighting, .... See more


Destinations: Caribbean and Mediterranean

Celebrity Equinox at sea.
Celebrity Equinox

Celebrity Equinox, the second of five Solstice-class ships, has returned from dry dock where she was enhanced with new amenities, some not available on any other ship in the Celebrity Cruises fleet. Cruise passengers will enjoy the cosmopolitan charm of this large resort ship that has has all the signature Solstice-class signature features: creative dining options, chic and spacious accommodations, and the Lawn Club ... See more


Destinations: Ports in Europe and the Caribbean

Giant tortoise
Celebrity Flora

Celebrity Flora is the first ship of its kind, designed and built specifically with the destination in mind — in this case, the captivating Galapagos Islands. The 100-passenger luxury mega-yacht launched in June 2019, marking an evolutionary turning point in the approach to ship design. Flora was created with a sense of being immersed in the destination, instead of ... See more


Destinations: Galapagos

Celebrity Infinity sails out of Seattle Harbor with Mt. Rainier in the background.
Celebrity Infinity

Celebrity Infinity will make the most of your precious vacation days. Ready to be impressed? Since Celebrity Infinity was "Solsticized," this 91,000-gross-registered-ton vessel was updated with all the features fans of Celebrity Cruises expect. That includes spa-inspired AquaClass accommodations featuring exclusive access to Blu; the Celebrity iLounge where you can participate in the iLearn enrichment series; or a quick bite at Bistro on Five ... See more


Destinations: Ports in North America, the Caribbean, Latin America and Antarctica

Celebrity Millennium sails Ports in Asia and the South Pacific, as well as parts of Canada and Alaska.
Celebrity Millennium

A favorite of many vacationers, Celebrity Millennium was revamped in May of 2012 and emerged with many exclusive Solstice-class features. This Millennium-class ship (sisters are Celebrity Constellation, Celebrity Infinity and Celebrity Summit) now offers spa-inspired AquaClass staterooms; the AquaClass signature restaurant, Blu ... See more


Destinations: Ports in Asia and the South Pacific, as well as parts of Canada and Alaska

The impressive 3,046 passenger Celebrity Reflection is the biggest in the Solstice Class.
Celebrity Reflection

As the fifth Solstice-class ship, Reflection is ready to host your trip of a lifetime. Celebrity Reflection offers all the popular Solstice-class features along with myriad new ones, including more staterooms, new restaurants and expanded onboard activities ... See more


Destinations: Ports in North America, Europe and the Caribbean

Celebrity Silhouette will provide you with the most sophisticated cruise experience
Celebrity Silhouette

In 2011, Celebrity Silhouette joined the award-winning Celebrity Cruises fleet. Some of the highlights on the ship include the Lawn Club Grill, The Porch, The Alcoves, The Art Studio, The Hideaway and the overall cosmopolitan style that has become synonymous with the Solstice-class ships ... See more


Destinations: Ports in North America, Europe and the Caribbean

Celebrity Solstice's itineraries take guests to Australia, New Zealand, Alaska, the Mediterranean and Hawaii.
Celebrity Solstice

When Celebrity Cruises launched the new Solstice class of ships in 2008 (her sisters are Celebrity Eclipse, Celebrity Equinox, Celebrity Reflection and Celebrity Silhouette), Celebrity Solstice was a game changer.  Some of her features like the Lawn Club, Hot Glass Show and the addition of new themed restaurants ushered in a new style of cruising on the premium cruise line. ... See more


Destinations: Ports in Australia, the South Pacific and North America

Celebrity Summit in Roseau, Saint George, Dominica.
Celebrity Summit

If you love great food, contemporary interior design and fab service, then choose Celebrity Summit.  Regardless of your age, there's something on board for everyone ... See more


Destinations: Ports in North America

The intimate Celebrity Xpedition en route to the Galápagos Islands.
Celebrity Xpedition

Since 2004, Celebrity Xpedition has been transporting guests around the Galapagos Islands. Designed not just for travel, but for exploration, the 98-guest Xpedition is the sole ship of her class and is designed to sail the pristine environments surrounding the Galapagos Islands ... See more


Destinations: the Galapagos

The intimate Celebrity Xploration en route to the Galápagos Islands.
Celebrity Xploration

The 16-guest Celebrity Xploration from Celebrity Cruises is an expedition ship that offers 7-night Galapagos cruises packaged with a number of pre- and/or post-cruise experiences. The small ship debuted in March 2017. Look for intuitive service and creature comforts galore on this intimate ship. Xploration is ideal for family get-togethers, getaways with ... See more


Destinations: the Galapagos

Princess Cruises (overview)

Caribbean Princess at Princess Cays on the island of Eleuthera, Bahamas.
Caribbean Princess

In 2011, the ship had various major and minor upgrades, but still maintained a standard cruising experience. With indoor and outdoor amenities as well as a pleasing layout, this 3,080 passenger ship doesn't feel crowded or cramped, and service members are attentive and keep things moving ... See more


Destinations: Ports in the Caribbean and Mediterranean

Coral Princess specializes in cruises up and down the Pacific coast from Alaska to the Panama Canal. Some 90% of the staterooms offer guests ocean views, and there are 700 balconies available.
Coral Princess

Originally built to transit the Panama Canal, Coral Princess from Princess Cruises offers a relaxing way to explore Alaska, partly because the ship is narrower and more compact than many ships competing for your vacation dollars. Walking around the ship is easy because the ship's layout is user-friendly, and when you're scenic cruising in Glacier Bay, it's easy to stroll between the port and starboard sides of the ship to take in 180-degree views. ... See more


Destinations: Ports in the Alaska and British Columbia, with winters in the Caribbean and Mexico

Watch the latest films, family fare and sporting events on a 300-square-foot digital screen while relaxing at the pool under a backdrop of sea and stars on your Princess cruise.
Crown Princess

Crown Princess is one of the newer and larger Princess ships, a Grand-class cruise liner with room for 3,080 passengers. From her nearly 900 balconies, you can enjoy sweeping views of romantic landscapes across the world. Spend your days lounging at a pool or strolling through the street cafe atmosphere of the Piazza ... See more


Destinations: Ports in the U.S. West Coast, British Colombia, Alaska, Mexico, Hawaii and the South Pacific

Diamond Princess in Queen Charlotte Sound, Marlborough, New Zealand.
Diamond Princess

This cruise ship is a tree East meets West experience. A little more subdued than most cruise ships, the Diamond Princess is a blending of Asian culture, with women wearing kimonos on formal nights, and the western carefree attitudes of Australians and New Zealanders ... See more


Destinations: Ports in Australia, New Zealand, and a variety ports in Asia. Cruise locations include Korea, Taiwan, Japan and the countries of Southeast Asia

Discovery Princess
Discovery Princess

Discovery Princess debuts in March 2022, sailing out of Seattle in summer and Los Angeles in winter. With all the new technology and features of the newest Princess ships, you'll be better connected to your cruising party, cruise staff, and your friend and family ... See more


Destinations: Alaska, Mexican Riviera, California Coast

Emerald Princess is one of the largest ships in the Princess fleet, offering nearly 900 balcony staterooms for guests to take in the passing scenery.
Emerald Princess

Emerald Princess is a ship for all ages and tastes — she really does offer a little something for everyone. Princess Cruises is an American company so of course the ships are very “Americanized.” My voyage sailed from Southampton, U.K., and the majority of passengers onboard were from the U.K. and the U.S.A. — there was a nice mix ... See More


Destinations: Ports in Northern Europe, the Canary Islands, Mediterranean and Caribbean

Enchanted Princess
Enchanted Princess

Enchanted Princess's debut, delayed because of the pandemic, has been set for Nov. 10, 2021, starting with a 10-day Southern and Eastern Caribbean cruise out of Ft. Lauderdale. When travel restrictions ease up, the ship is expected to travel the seas of the Mediterranean in summer out of Rome to destinations such as Kotor, Montenegro, Corfu, ... See more


Destinations: Caribbean and Mediterranean

Grand Princess
Grand Princess

Newly enhanced with the latest innovations, Grand Princess continues to offer the signature service for which Princess Cruises is renowned. Along with signature features like Movies Under the Stars, the Italian-inspired Piazza and The Sanctuary, fresh venues onboard offer new ways to help you escape completely ... See more


Destinations: Ports in the West Coast of the US, Hawaii, Alaska and Mexico

Island Princess moored in Port Everglades, Florida.
Island Princess

Island Princess was built to Panamax size - this means she can offer you the exclusive experience of sailing through the Panama Canal! Offering 90% ocean-view staterooms with more than 700 balconies,  passengers  get the chance to view this feat of engineering up-close or get to take in stunning views of immense glaciers during cruises to Alaska ... See more


Destinations: Ports in the Panama Canal and Central America, as well as the Mediterranean

 Majestic Princess  .
Majestic Princess

Majestic Princess debuted in the Mediterranean in April 2017 and now sails itineraries in Asia and the South Pacific out of Shanghai, China. She is a sister ship to Princess's most recent ships, Regal Princess and Royal Princess, although several tweaks have been made to the public spaces, activities on board and dining venues ... See more


Destinations: Ports in China, Southeast Asia, Australia and the South Pacific

Regal Princess preps for her maiden voyage in Trieste, Italy.
Regal Princess

Among her highlights, the new Regal Princess offers an even larger and expanded atrium and piazza with additional entertainment and casual dining options. The ship also features the largest top deck pool ever with a water & light show, an enhanced Movies Under the Stars screen, and the new SeaWalk, a dramatic glass-bottom walkway with views 128 feet straight down! ... See more


Destinations: Ports in Caribbean, Northern Europe and Scandinavia, the Eastern Seaboard of the U.S

The brilliantly lit deck of Royal Princess at night
Royal Princess

Princess Cruises put a lot of thought into the design of the new Royal Princess. New features include an expanded atrium with additional entertainment and casual dining options, a top deck pool with a water and light show, an enhanced Movies Under the Stars screen and the new SeaWalk with views 128 feet straight down ... See more


Destinations: Ports in the Caribbean and Western Europe

Ruby Princess in Istanbul at the Bosphorus Strait.
Ruby Princess

Like its sister ships Emerald and Crown, the Ruby Princess features many of the staples that this cruise line is known for: Movies Under the Stars, the adults-only Sanctuary sun deck and the entertainment-based Piazza main street area. However, there are plenty of unique attractions to this ship that makes it stand out from the Princess line ... See more


Destinations: Up and down the Pacific coasts of  North and South America, from Alaska to Antarctica

Sapphire Princess, a Cruise Critic Cruisers' Choice 2014 winner, has itineraries to Alaska, Thailand, Taiwan, Japan, Indonesia, Malaysia, Singapore, Cambodia, Vietnam and China.
Sapphire Princess

Sapphire Princess was built in Japan and completed in 2004, fitted with over 700 balconies from which passengers can step out and enjoy the refreshing ocean breeze. Warm, welcoming crew members enhance your experience onboard, from your friendly stateroom steward's attentive service, to white-gloved waiters adorning your plate with freshly-baked pastries during Afternoon Tea, to sommeliers recommending the perfect wine to accompany your dish! ... See more


Destinations: Ports in Asia, South America and the Caribbean

Sky Princess.
Sky Princess

Have you ever waited around for someone to meet you on vacation at a specific time? And they are not answering texts? Princess has an app for that. Sky Princess, debuting in October 2021, is one of the MedallionClass ships in the Princess fleet that gives each passenger a medallion. This all-purpose piece of technology gives you access to the ship, lets you purchase things across the ship, and when used with the Princess app ... See more


Destinations: Eastern, Western and Southern Caribbean, Mediterranean, Baltic Sea, Canada and New England, British Isles and Western Europe

Disney Cruise Line (overview)

Disney Dream en route to Disney's private tropical playground of Castaway Cay in the Bahamas.
Disney Dream

Building on the classic style of the previous two ships, Disney Magic and Disney Wonder,  Disney Dream is a vessel distinguished for its classic early 20th-century design, harking back to the golden age of cruising, and its state-of-the-art technology. The cruise ship was specially designed with families in mind, combining sleek style and convenient facilities with fun rides such as the AquaDuck, the very first water coaster at sea ... See more


Destinations: Ports in the Bahamas

A look at the atrium aboard Disney Fantasy.
Disney Fantasy

Disney Fantasy towers 14 decks above the sea. There is much to experience on board. Entertainment includes Original Disney musicals,  deck parties, fireworks at sea, first run films (including 3D Digital Movies), and time with Disney Characters.  Everything a cruising family needs on vacation is available: great food, plenty of things to do and staterooms designed for families to stretch out ... See more


Destinations: Ports in the Caribbean

Disney Magic moored in a Caribbean port of call.
Disney Magic

In late 2013, Disney Magic underwent a renovation and new upgrades to the oldest ship in the fleet were added. Enhancements were inspired by the newer ships Disney Dream and Disney Fantasy, but Magic got her own unique twists. You will see changes in the in the grand atrium lobby where a staircase was removed, a new Marvel kids children’s area, the addition of AquaDunk (a three-story water slide) and revamped dining ... See more


Destinations: Ports in North America, Europe and the Caribbean

Disney Wish
Disney Wish

A sailing on Disney Wish isn't your typical Disney cruise. The new ship, debuting in June 2022, brings the experiences of Disney, Marvel, Star Wars and Pixar stories along for the ride. How exactly does that work? Mickey and Minnie lead the way ... See more


Destinations: Bahamas

At Vibe, a teens-exclusive activity center on deck 11 at midship on Disney Wonder, youths ages 14 to 17 can make new friends, watch TV, play videogames, listen to music, dance, surf the Internet and enjoy a variety of social activities throughout the day.
Disney Wonder

It's easy to see why Disney Wonder has earned nods from parents and kids alike. For those worried that they will experience Disney overload, you will be pleasantly surprised. Sailing on Disney Wonder is not like spending a week at a Disney Resort. The ship surprises  you with Disney touches without going over the top. Highlights of the Disney Wonder are spacious staterooms, great entertainment and world-renowned Disney service ... See more


Destinations: Ports in the Bahamas, the Mexican Riviera and Alaska

MSC Cruises (overview)


The luxury cruise ship MSC Armonia sails off Spain's Canary Islands.
MSC Armonia

MSC Armonia is the first of four MSC Cruises ships to enter the line’s Renaissance Program. Emerging newly refreshed (and bigger due to a "stretching" that added a new 80-foot section to the ship's midship), you can expect an updated ship that has been updated to current industry standards. You will encounter more balcony cabins to choose from, a greater choice of flexible dining options, space for young cruisers and larger open spaces ... See more


Destinations: Cruises to South America, transatlantic sailings, Eastern and Western Mediterranean cruises, and Caribbean cruises

MSC Bellissima
MSC Bellissima

Launched in March 2019, MSC Bellissima is the sleek new megaship from MSC Cruises, following in the steps of its sister, MSC Meraviglia, which debuted in June 2017. MSC Bellissima features modern technology that passengers can use to make payments, ... See more


Destinations: Asia-Pacific region

MSC Divina sails to Caribbean destinations such as Jamaica, the Bahamas, Cozumel and the Caymans through April 2015 and then repositions to the Mediterranean.
MSC Divina

Named after godmother Sophia Loren, MSC Divina — the first of MSC Cruises’ships dedicated to North Americans — is one of the line’s largest and most luxurious ships sailing from Miami to the Caribbean ... See more


Destinations: Sails the Caribbean and the Mediterranean

European-designed and luxury oriented, MSC Fantasia is at home sailing in the Mediterranean.
MSC Fantasia

MSC Fantasia is the largest cruise ship ever built for a European ship owner. The flagship from MSC Cruises, it features advanced technology, elegant furnishings and exclusive services. Built with the environment in mind, the MSC Fantasia cruise liner is constructed in a modern eco-friendly spirit ... See more


Destinations: Ports in the Mediterranean, the Canary Islands and Madeira 

MSC Grandiosa
MSC Grandiosa

MSC Grandiosa launched in November 2019 as the flagship and largest ship in the MSC Cruises fleet. The megaship holds 4,842 passengers at double capacity and 6,334 people at maximum capacity. The vessel, first in the new class of Meraviglia-Plus super-ships, breaks new ground in a number of ways. First, and most surprisingly, ... See more


Destinations: Mediterranean

With its blue-green palette and wrap-around windows, MSC Lirica's Blue Club Disco is a captivating place to dance the night away.
MSC Lirica

The MSC Lirica offers cozy comfort in a traditional, elegant setting. Her timeless design and ambiance features gleaming marble, plush fabrics and fine artwork. If you are looking for a more casual resort ambiance, decorated in an opulent yet relaxed style, the MSC Lirica cruise ship is your ideal choice ... See more


Destinations: Cruises to South America, Caribbean and the Mediterranean

Guests can enjoy a dip in La Grotta Azzurra, MSC Magnifica's tranquil azure-colored indoor pool, during their cruise.
MSC Magnifica

As her name would suggest, MSC Magnifica is a true jewel within the MSC Cruises family — she welcomes you aboard with Italian style, Mediterranean luxury and an atmosphere infused with energy. The MSC Magnifica marries extraordinary comfort with pioneering design and breakthrough technology that takes energy efficiency and environmental performance to new levels ... See more


Destinations: Ports in Northern Europe, Eastern and Western Mediterranean, South America and the Canary Islands

MSC Meraviglia
MSC Meraviglia

Swiss-based MSC Cruises launched its next-generation smart ship, MSC Meraviglia, in the Mediterranean in June 2017. (Meraviglia is the Italian word for amazement or wonder. Pronounced mair-uh-VEAL-ya.) ... See more


Destinations: Western Mediterranean, United Kingdom, Northern Europe and Baltic Sea

MSC Musica reflects the grand and artful aesthetic of her Mediterranean surroundings.
MSC Musica

MSC Musica is designed with sophistication and luxury in mind. Whether you're cruising to South America, the Mediterranean or North Europe on MSC Musica, her Mediterranean style, hospitality and elegant surroundings make for an enjoyable cruise ... See more


Destinations: Ports in the Caribbean and the Mediterranean

Travel on the luxury liner MSC Opera for a truly authentic Italian experience.
MSC Opera

MSC Opera offers a fun onboard atmosphere with more than enough activities both day and night to keep passengers of all ages entertained. Although one of the smallest within the MSC fleet, she manages to convey a sense of spaciousness and offers some superb accommodations — in fact, MSC Cruises have some of the best staterooms at sea ... See more


Destinations: Sails all over the world including the Canary Islands, Mediterranean, Africa, the Indian Ocean and South America

Whether sailing in the Mediterranean or Caribbean, to Dubai or northern Europe, MSC Orchestra is the epitome of elegance.
MSC Orchestra

The  second of the Musica-class line of cruise ships, MSC Orchestra offers a blend of design, comfort and safety. Airy open spaces and MSC Cruises' distinctive style make MSC Orchestra a stylish pioneer for the cruise line. She offers luxurious accommodations, most of which feature private balconies ... See more


Destinations: Sails the Caribbean in winter and Europe in summer

MSC Poesia brings elegance and luxury to Mediterranean cruising.
MSC Poesia

The MSC Poesia, the third Musica class ship, offers the latest eco-technology to safeguard the environment, without compromising comfort and luxury. Onboard you will discover luxury cruising at its best - a spectacular waterfall with bridges in the foyer, a Zen garden in the sushi bar and a serene 12,000 square foot spa ... See more


Destinations: Cruises the Atlantic coast of South America and the Mediterranean and Northern Europe

With its real stone piazza and opulent public spaces, MSC Preziosa emanates Mediterranean style and grandeur.
MSC Preziosa

MSC Preziosa will appeal to families, as children under 18 sharing a cabin with their parents travel free. There are quality kid’s clubs, special family excursions as well as traditional-style, family-friendly entertainment. While the waterslide is fun, the ship also provides a more interactive and classic approach to entertainment with broad appeal. MSC attracts a mixture of nationalities ... See more


Destinations: cruises the Atlantic coast of South America and the Mediterranean

MSC Seashore.
MSC Seashore

MSC Seashore launched in August 2021 as the latest in a line of mega-size smartships from MSC Cruises. The ship holds 4,540 passengers at double capacity and 5,179 people at maximum capacity. MSC Seashore features 18 bars and lounges — including 12 indoor and six outdoor venues — with five specialty restaurants and four main dining restaurants, ... See more


Destinations: Caribbean, Mediterranean and Northern Europe

MSC Seaside.
MSC Seaside

Swiss-based MSC Cruises launched the next-generation smartship MSC Seaside in December 2017 to cruise the Caribbean. The megaship holds 4,132 passengers at double occupancy and 5,179 at maximum capacity. Here are some design highlights you'll find on MSC Seaside ... See more


Destinations: the Mediterranean and South America

MSC Seaview.
MSC Seaview

The smartship MSC Seaview is an ideal way to discover different cultures, traditions and tastes and guests will be able to experience the wonders of the Mediterranean in true MSC Cruises style. A sister ship to MSC Seaside, MSC Seaview debuted in June 2018 with calls at popular Mediterranean destinations including Naples, Italy; Messina, Sicily, ... See more


Destinations: Caribbean, Northern Europe and the Mediterranean

With each deck named for a renowned composer, MSC Sinfonia evokes the artistry of the world's great symphonies.
MSC Sinfonia

With an array of shows, music, discos and casinos, MSC Sinfonia offers a wide variety of sumptuous activities. Savor the great outdoors as you jog around the track or swim laps in one of two pools. MSC Sinfonia also boasts a Virtual Golf Simulator that allows players, especially beginners, to practice their swing while sailing ... See more


Destinations: Ports in Europe, either with a Mediterranean or Northern European cruise

MSC Splendida begins a voyage through the Mediterranean.
MSC Splendida

MSC Splendida, the second in MSC Cruises' Fantasia class of cruise ships was christened in Barcelona on July 12, 2009. Her cutting-edge technology combined with luxurious features makes MSC Splendida a ship looking to the future, while still drawing from the past ... See more


Destinations: Ports in Europe

MSC Virtuosa
MSC Virtuosa

MSC Virtuosa debuted in May 2021 as the largest ship in the MSC Cruises fleet, equalizing the size of twin sister MSC Grandiosa. It's a dazzling megaship with room for 4,842 passengers at double occupancy and 6,334 at maximum capacity. MSC promises travelers “the ultimate cruise vacation experience” on board. And, depending on your preferred ... See more


Destinations: Mediterranean, Northern Europe, Middle East and around the world

MSC world europa.
MSC World Europa

The first in a trailblazing new class of ships, MSC World Europa introduces a next-generation class of ships for MSC Cruises when it arrives in December 2022. The futuristic-looking vessel will hold 5,079 passengers at double capacity and 6,762 passengers at full capacity, making it one of the largest megaships in the world ... See more


Destinations: the Middle East and voyages around the world

• Also see Costa Cruises for sailings in the Mediterreanean, around Europe and beyond.