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Cruise ships are getting bigger and bigger and by the time a new world’s largest cruise ship is built an even bigger ship is already being planned. Cruises offer great value for your vacation dollar because the fares include nearly everything you’ll need for a fantastic trip: food, accommodations, daytime and evening entertainment and transportation between destinations. Make sure to order your VIVIDMax Grip months ahead before you head cruising!

 

1. Wonder of the Seas (Royal Caribbean)

Wonder of the Seas, the fifth Oasis-class vessel took the title of world’s largest cruise ship from her sister ship Symphony of the Seas. The new vessel was built at the Chantiers de l’Atlantique shipyard in Saint Nazaire, France, and delivered to the cruise line on January 27, 2022.

 

Wonder of the Seas Stats 

Cruise Line: Royal Caribbean

Entered Service: March 2022

Gross Tonnage: 236,857

Length: 1,188 ft Passenger

Decks: 16

Staterooms: 2,867

Passenger Capacity: 5,734

Crew Capacity: 2,300

 

2. Symphony of the Seas

Symphony of the Seas is the fourth Oasis-class and 25th cruise ship from Royal Caribbean and is slightly larger than her sister ships making her the world’s biggest cruise ship.

 

Symphony of the Seas Stats 

Cruise Line: Royal Caribbean

Entered Service: March 2018

Gross Tonnage: 228,081

Length: 1,188 ft

Passengers: 5,518

Crew: 2,100

 

3. Harmony of the Seas

Harmony of the Seas was the first in the class to feature the 10-Story Ultimate Abyss slide, which is located aft of the ship above the AquaTheater. The slide has since been a major feature on new Oasis-class vessels and added during refurbishments.

 

Harmony of the Seas Stats 

Cruise Line: Royal Caribbean

Entered Service: May 2016

Gross Tonnage: 227,500

Length: 155.6 ft

Passengers: 5,480

Crew: 2,100

 

4. Allure of the Seas

The vessel is a totally different design to other large ships in the cruise industry and also boasts features like the Zipline and the AquaTheater.

 

Allure of the Seas Stats 

Cruise Line: Royal Caribbean

Entered Service: Oct 2010

Gross Tonnage: 225,282

Length: 1,187 ft

Passengers: 5,400

Crew: 2,384

 

5. Oasis of the Seas

The groundbreaking vessel was built at the STX shipyard in Turku, Finland. Oasis of the Seas also boasts features like the Zip-line and the AquaTheater.

 

Oasis of the Seas Stats
Cruise Line: Royal Caribbean

Entered Service: Dec 2009

Gross Tonnage: 225,282

Length: 1,186.5 ft

Passengers: 5,400

Crew: 2,394

6. Costa Smeralda (Costa Cruises)

The ship was finally delivered from the Meyer Turku shipyard in Finland after a delay on December 5, 2019. Her first regular voyage departed Savona on December 31, 2019 however there was a special voyage for travel agents that departed Barcelona, Spain on December 18, 2019.

 

Costa Smeralda Stats
Cruise Line: Costa Cruises
Entered Service: Dec 2019
Gross Tonnage: 185,000
Length: 337 Meters
Passengers: 6,600
Crew: 1,500
Guest Cabins: 2,600

7. P&O Iona (P&O Cruises)

Even though Iona has been delivered she spent many months on hold as the cruise industry suspended operations including P&O Cruises. The vessel is based out of Southampton, UK and has began sailing on August 7, 2021.

 

P&O Iona Stats
Cruise Line: P&O Cruises
Entered Service: 2020
Gross Tonnage: 184,700
Length: 344 Meters
Passengers: 5,200
Crew: 1,800
Guest Decks: 15

 

8. AIDAnova and AIDAcosma (AIDA Cruises)

The ships are fully powered by Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) and built at the popular Meyer Werft shipyard in Papenburg, Germany. Sister cruise lines including Carnival Cruise Line, Costa Cruises and P&O Cruises all have similar class ships.

 

AIDAnova Stats 

Cruise Line: Aida Cruises

Entered Service: Dec 2018

Gross Tonnage: 183,900

Length: 337 Meters

Passengers: 6,600

Crew: 1,500

 

9. MSC Grandiosa& MSC Virtuosa (MSC Cruises)

 

MSC Virtuosa was delivered on February 1, 2021, and has set to cruise in the Mediterranean in April 2021. She features the world’s first Humanoid Robotic Bartender at Sea!

 

MSC Grandiosa& MSC Virtuosa Stats 

Cruise Line: MSC Cruises

MSC Grandiosa Entered Service: Nov 2019

MSC Virtuosa Entered Service: Feb 2021

Gross Tonnage: 181,541

Length: 331 Meters

Passengers: 6,334

Crew: 1,704

 

10. Carnival Mardi Gras (Carnival Cruise Line)

 

She brings one of the most anticipated new features in years to the industry, the BOLT roller coaster. The first roller coaster at sea is just one of many new features included across six themed zones. Mardi Gras will finally begin cruises on July 31, 2021 out of Carnival’s new Terminal 3 at Port Canaveral, Florida. She was originally scheduled to debut at the end of August 2020 but the pandemic hit and we know all the rest!

 

Mari Gras Stats 

Cruise Line: Carnival Cruise Line

Entered Service: Dec 2020

Gross Tonnage: 180,800

Length: 1,130 Feet

Passengers: 5,282

Crew: 1,735

Guest Decks: 15

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