New Cruise Ships on Order

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There's nothing we love more than snagging a peek at those first facts and figures about cruise ships that are on order. We just love learning about new cruise ships. The process, from design to keel laying to launch, generally takes two to three years. We keep track of the cruise ships under construction -- large, small and offbeat -- in our chart below.

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New Cruise Ships Launching in 2017

New Ship Tonnage/
Berths
Launch Date New Ship Details

MSC Meraviglia

167,600/
5,700
May 2017 Along with a yet-unnamed fleetmate that will launch in 2019, MSC Meraviglia will by passenger capacity become the largest ship in the world (beating Oasis, Allure and Harmony of the Seas), holding 4,500 passengers at double occupancy, and a maximum capacity of 5,700 passengers and 1,536 crew members.

Viking Sun

48,000/
930
October 2017 Viking Sun will be the fourth of six ships in the Viking Ocean Cruises fleet. The ship will include several of the company's popular riverboat features, such as the Aquavit Terrace, an alfresco dining venue, and plenty of outdoor space on the sundeck and beyond. The vessel also will feature a promenade that fully encircles the ship. Cruises on Viking's ocean ships are inclusive of wine, beer and soft drinks at lunch and dinner, shore excursions and unlimited use of the thermal suite.

MSC Seaside

154,000/
4,140
November 2017 MSC Seaside will launch in November 2017 and will herald a new class of MSC ship -- Seaside Class. The ship will homeport in Miami year-round, and, according to MSC, it will be a game changer, along with MSC Seaside that will launch in June 2018. The company also has an option on a third ship. Each of the ships will have a promenade with shops, restaurants and bars. The 154,400 gross ton ships will have 2,070 cabins holding 4,140 passengers in double occupancy and 1,413 crewmembers. The ships will be 1,060 feet long and 135 feet wide, and have more than 468,000 square feet of public areas, including a theater, a terraced balcony and panoramic lifts with sea views. MSC Seaside will sail year-round from Miami.

Flying Clipper

8,770/
300
Late 2017 The new-build from Star Clippers will be the largest of its kind afloat. The five-masted, square-rigged vessel will feature three pools, including one that funnels sunlight through the ship's atrium into the dining room below and a glass-sided dive-training pool, a watersports platform, an atrium restaurant with open-seating dining and a variety of cabin upgrades, including 34 suites with balconies and four Owner's Suites.

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New Cruise Ships Launching in 2018

New Ship Tonnage/
Berths
Launch Date New Ship Details

Carnival Horizon

135,000/
4,000
March 2018 This new Carnival cruise ship will be similar to fleetmate Carnival Vista, which debuted in Spring 2016. This new ship, part of the line's Vista Class, will also be built at the Fincantieri shipyard in Italy. It will feature Carnival's 2.0 enhancements as well as a number of innovations unique to the ship, which will be the line's 26th "Fun Ship."

MSC Seaview

154,000/
4,140
June 2018 MSC Seaview will launch in June 2018, and, according to MSC, will be a game changer, along with MSC Seaside, which launches in November 2017. Each of the two ships will have a promenade with shops, restaurants and bars. The 154,400 gross ton ships will have 2,070 cabins holding 4,140 passengers in double occupancy and 1,413 crewmembers. The ships will be 1,060 feet long and 135 feet wide, and have over 468,000 square feet of public areas, including a theater, a terraced balcony and panoramic elevators with sea views. MSC Seaview will homeport in Genoa, Marseille and Barcelona, offering Western Mediterranean cruises.

Norwegian Bliss

163,000/
4,200
Spring 2018 The third ship in NCL's Breakaway-Plus Class will be the same size as fleetmate Escape, coming in at 167,800 tons and carrying 4,000 passengers.

Seabourn Ovation

40,350/
604
Spring 2018 Seabourn will build two ships new all-suite ships that will be the largest in the fleet. All 302 suites will include private balconies. Both ships will be constructed at the Fincantieri shipyard in Italy.

Viking Spirit

48,000/
930
June 2018 Viking Spirit will be the fifth of six ships in the Viking Ocean Cruises fleet. The ship will include several of the company's popular riverboat features, such as the Aquavit Terrace, an alfresco dining venue, and plenty of outdoor space on the sundeck and beyond. The vessel also will feature a promenade that fully encircles the ship. Cruises on Viking's ocean ships are inclusive of wine, beer and soft drinks at lunch and dinner, shore excursions and unlimited use of the thermal suite.

Symphony of the Seas

225,282/
5,400
Mid-2018 Royal Caribbean's fourth Oasis-class vessel will be built and ready to sail by 2018. Along with third-in-class ship, Harmony of the Seas, which launched in April 2016, these ships are the largest passenger vessels afloat. Symphony of the Seas will sail Mediterranean itineraries from Barcelona in spring and summer 2018 before sailing from its homeport of Miami, starting in fall 2018.

Celebrity Edge

117,000/
2,900
Fall 2018 Celebrity Edge will debut a number of first-to-cruise features, including: The Magic Carpet, a movable deck cantilevered off the side of the ship which rises from decks 2 to 16 and acts as a bar, restaurant and embarkation area; Infinite Veranda cabins, a cabin designed to blend indoor and outdoor thanks to bi-fold doors, adding almost a quarter again to the size of the cabin; Resort Deck, which features a large pool flanked by sculptural trees and two "martini glass" Jacuzzis that overlook the deck below; Rooftop Garden, borrowing from the popular Lawn Club of the Solstice Class ships, but adding childhood whimsy; and The Retreat, a serene area only for suite passengers, which includes a private pool and sundeck, lounge and restaurant. The ship will also feature two stunning new suite classes: the 5,000-square foot Iconic Suite; and the Edge Villa, a two-level suite.

Holland America Line (Unnamed)

100,000+/
2,660
November 2018 The Holland America cruise ship will mark the second in the Pinnacle Class, which also includes Koningsdam. It will be built at Italy's Fincantieri shipyard.

Ponant (Unnamed)

NA/
184
2018 The first of four 429-foot-long ships will have 92 cabins, an ethnic chic look utilizing earthy materials and be Ice Class rated for polar expeditions. Onboard naturalists will introduce passengers to the cultures and native species of destinations such as Oceania, South America, the Amazon's Orinoco River, Costa Rica, Papua New Guinea and the Indian Ocean.

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New Cruise Ships Launching in 2019

New Ship Tonnage/
Berths
Launch Date New Ship Details

Royal Caribbean (Unnamed)

167,800/
4,180
April 2019 Royal Caribbean's fourth Quantum Class vessel will debut in 2019. Like its sister ships -- Quantum of the Seas, Anthem of the Seas and Ovation of the Seas -- this third ship will feature activities such as onboard bumper cars and a skydiving simulator. It also will feature the North Star, a pod that extends up and over the ship for 360-degree views. Inside cabins will feature "virtual balconies" -- essentially floor-to-ceiling LCD TV screens linked to a camera mounted on the outside of the ship. It also will feature the innovative entertainment space, Two70, which integrates HD-digital technology with singing, dancing and acrobatics.

Costa Cruises (Unnamed)

180,000/
5,200
Spring 2019 The first of two 5,200-passenger vessels to be built for Costa Cruises, which will be able to accommodate 6,600 passengers at maximum capacity. The ships will be largest in the world by passenger capacity and will feature the brand's "Italy's finest" experience, an overarching design geared toward celebrating the line's Italian heritage through style, hospitality, dining and entertainment. The vessels will also employ engines that run on liquefied natural gas.

Saga Cruises (Unnamed)

55,900/
1,000
Summer 2019 The long-awaited new-build from Saga Cruises will retain the small ship cruise experience the line is known for, with just 540 cabins and capacity for less than 1,000 passengers. There will be single sitting dining throughout a range of restaurants as well as a variety of bars, specialty restaurants and al fresco dining options. There will also be outdoor and indoor swimming pools, a spa, saunas, treatment rooms and beauty salon.

MSC Meraviglia Plus 1

177,100
6,300
October 2019 At 331 meters long with 2,444 cabins, MSC Cruises' Meraviglia Plus carries nearly 6,300 passengers and combines unique facilities and onboard entertainment. Facilities include a fine art museum and onboard Cirque du Soleil show. Meraviglia Plus also features a 111-meter-long indoor promenade with a range of restaurants, bars and shops. The promenade is covered by a "digital sky" LED screen showing events and vistas around-the-clock. Additional facilities include family group "cluster cabins," a double-deck indoor amusement park, double-deck entertainment space and aft lounge, and an outdoor water park.

MSC Cruises (Unnamed)

167,600/
4,500
2019 Along with fleetmate MSC Meraviglia, which will launch in 2018, this yet-unnamed ship will by passenger capacity become the second-largest ship in the world (after Oasis and Allure of the Seas). The 167,600 gross ton ships will have 2,250 cabins holding 4,500 passengers in double occupancy, and a maximum capacity of 5,700 passengers and 1,536 crew members.

Norwegian Cruise Line (Unnamed)

163,000/
3,900
Winter 2019 The fourth ship in NCL's Breakaway-Plus Class will be the same size as fleetmate Joy, coming in at 163,000 tons and carrying 3,900 passengers. Like Joy, this ship will be devoted to the Asian Market.

Princess Cruises (Unnamed)

143,700-ton/
3,560
2019 Princess' fourth Royal-class ship will debut in 2019. It will include staples like the three-deck-high Piazza atrium, Movies Under the Stars and balconies in 80 percent of the cabins, as well as a number of "new to the line" features.

MSC Meraviglia Plus 2

177,100
6,300
October 2019 At 331 meters long with 2,444 cabins, MSC Cruises' second Meraviglia Plus ship will carry nearly 6,300 passengers and combine\ unique facilities and onboard entertainment including a fine art museum and onboard Cirque du Soleil show. Meraviglia Plus will also have a 111-meter-long indoor promenade with numerous restaurants, bars and shops. The promenade is covered by a "digital sky" LED screen showing events and vistas around-the-clock. Additional facilities include family group "cluster cabins," a double-deck indoor amusement park, double-deck entertainment space and aft lounge, and an outdoor water park.

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New Cruise Ships Launching in 2020

New Ship Tonnage/
Berths
Launch Date New Ship Details

Celebrity Beyond

117,000/
2,900
Spring 2020 Celebrity Beyond is the sister ship to the game-changing Celebrity Edge and will feature a number of new-to-cruise features, including: The Magic Carpet, a movable deck cantilevered off the side of the ship which rises from decks 2 to 16 and transforms into a bar, a restaurant and an extension of the embarkation area; Infinite Veranda, a cabin designed to blend indoor and outdoor using bi-fold doors, adding almost a quarter again in size; a Resort Deck, which features a large pool flanked by sculptural trees and two "martini glass" Jacuzzis that overlook the deck below; a Rooftop Garden, borrowing from the hugely popular Lawn Club of the Solstice Class ships, but adding childhood whimsy; and The Retreat, a serene area that includes a private pool and sundeck, lounge and restaurant. The ship will also feature two stunning new suite classes: the 5,000-square foot Iconic Suite; and the Edge Villa, a two-level suite.

Viking Ocean Cruises(Unnamed)

48,000/
930
2019 An as yet unnamed ship will be the sixth of eight in the Viking Ocean Cruises fleet. The ship will include several of the company's popular riverboat features, such as the Aquavit Terrace, an alfresco dining venue, and plenty of outdoor space on the sundeck and beyond. The vessel also will feature a promenade that fully encircles the ship. Cruises on Viking's ocean ships are inclusive of wine, beer and soft drinks at lunch and dinner, shore excursions and unlimited use of the thermal suite.

Virgin Cruises (Unnamed)

110,000/
2,860
Early 2020 The first of three identical ships to debut for the Virgin Cruises brand. Using public input, the yet-unnamed mid-size ship will be built "around the needs and desires of the customer," with a heavy focus on millennial interests and activities. The first ship will offer seven-day Caribbean itineraries out of Miami, with a Sunday sail date.

P&O Cruises (Unnamed)

180,000/
5,200
2020 The biggest-ever ship built specifically for the U.K. market will also be the first powered entirely by Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG), making it the greenest ship in P&O Cruises' history. Stand-out features include a half-mile Lanai deck -- complete with al fresco dining and drinking; a giant glass dome, a massive Atrium with triple-deck glass windows; 17 eateries -- including seven speciality restaurants -- 12 bars, 13 entertainment venues, four pools and 16 whirlpools.

Costa Cruises (Unnamed)

180,000/
5,200
Spring 2020 The second of two 5,200-passenger vessels to be built for Costa Cruises, which will be able to accommodate 6,600 passengers at maximum capacity. The ships will be largest in the world by passenger capacity and will feature the brand's "Italy's finest" experience, an overarching design geared toward celebrating the line's Italian heritage through style, hospitality, dining and entertainment. The vessels will also employ engines that run on liquefied natural gas.

Princess Cruises (Unnamed)

143,700-ton/
3,560
2020 Princess' fifth Royal-class ship will debut in 2020. It will include staples like the three-deck-high Piazza atrium, Movies Under the Stars and balconies in 80 percent of the cabins, as well as a number of "new to the line" features.

Regent Seven Seas Cruises (Unnamed)

54,000/
738
2020 Regent has announced a sister ship to Seven Seas Explorer, with many of the same upscale amenities, such as spacious accommodations (including the ultra-luxurious Regent Suite) and gourmet restaurants.

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New Cruise Ships Launching in 2021

New Ship Tonnage/
Berths
Launch Date New Ship Details

Viking Ocean Cruises (Unnamed)

48,000/
930
2021 Viking's as yet-unnamed vessel will be the seventh of eight ships in the Viking Ocean Cruises brand. The ship will include several of the company's popular riverboat features, such as the Aquavit Terrace, an alfresco dining venue, and plenty of outdoor space on the sundeck and beyond. The vessel also will feature a promenade that fully encircles the ship. Cruises on Viking's ocean ships are inclusive of wine, beer and soft drinks at lunch and dinner, shore excursions and unlimited use of the thermal suite.

Disney Cruises (Unnamed)

135,000/
2,500
2021 The yet-unnamed ship will be the first newbuild from Disney since 2012. Details are still scant, but expect family friendly features such as waterslides, cabins with dual bathrooms and expansive kids clubs.

Virgin Cruises (Unnamed)

110,000/
2,860
2021 The second of three identical ships to debut for the Virgin Cruises brand. Using public input, the yet-unnamed mid-size ship will be built "around the needs and desires of the customer," with a heavy focus on millennial interests and activities.

Royal Caribbean Oasis V

NA/
NA
2021 Royal Caribbean's fifth Oasis-class ship is scheduled for delivery in 2021. It will be built at Saint Nazaire's STX shipyard, shortly after the delivery of the line's fourth Oasis-class ship.

Celebrity Cruises (Unnamed)

NA/
NA
Fall 2021 Celebrity Cruises' third Edge-class ship is due for launch in the fall of 2021. Like its sisters, it will feature a number of stand-out features, including: The Magic Carpet, a movable deck cantilevered off the side of the ship which rises from decks 2 to 16 and acts as a bar, restaurant and embarkation area; Infinite Veranda cabins, a cabin designed to blend indoor and outdoor thanks to bi-fold doors, adding almost a quarter again to the size of the cabin; Resort Deck, which features a large pool flanked by sculptural trees and two "martini glass" Jacuzzis that overlook the deck below; Rooftop Garden, borrowing from the popular Lawn Club of the Solstice Class ships, but adding childhood whimsy; and The Retreat, a serene area only for suite passengers, which includes a private pool and sundeck, lounge and restaurant. The ship will also feature two stunning new suite classes: the 5,000-square foot Iconic Suite; and the Edge Villa, a two-level suite.

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New Cruise Ships Launching in 2022

New Ship Tonnage/
Berths
Launch Date New Ship Details

Crystal Cruises (Unnamed)

99,000/
1,000
Early 2022 The first of Crystal Cruises' "Crystal Exclusive Class" ships will debut in the first quarter of 2022 -- the line's first new builds in more than a decade. The all-suite, all-balcony vessel will have the highest passenger to space ratio of any ship afloat and feature the line's first privately owned apartments (dubbed Crystal Residences).

Virgin Cruises (Unnamed)

110,000/
2,860
Early 2022 The last of three identical ships to debut for the Virgin Cruises brand. Using public input, the yet-unnamed mid-size ship will be built "around the needs and desires of the customer," with a heavy focus on millennial interests and activities.

Viking Ocean Cruises (Unnamed)

48,000/
930
2022 Viking's as yet-unnamed vessel will be the eighth of eight ships (though the line does have options on two more) in the Viking Ocean Cruises brand. The ship will include several of the company's popular riverboat features, such as the Aquavit Terrace, an alfresco dining venue, and plenty of outdoor space on the sundeck and beyond. The vessel also will feature a promenade that fully encircles the ship. Cruises on Viking's ocean ships are inclusive of wine, beer and soft drinks at lunch and dinner, shore excursions and unlimited use of the thermal suite.

Norwegian Cruise Line (Unnamed)

140,000/
3,300
2022 This is the first of four new ships from Norwegian Cruise Line, which will be based on the line's popular "Breakaway-plus" class of ships, but significantly smaller, coming in at 23,000 tons lighter and carrying around 1,000 fewer passengers. The ship will cost around $800m. No details of the design or onboard features have yet been released, but one of the key priorities will be energy efficiency.

MSC Cruises World Class

200,000+/
5,400
2022 The first of up to four LNG-powered ships to launch for MSC Cruises. The ships will have a cutting-edge design that will maximize the space for passengers, a host of features for families and the latest smart technology and advanced environmentally friendly technology available.

Celebrity Cruises (Unnamed)

NA/
NA
Fall 2022 Celebrity Cruises' fourth and final Edge-class ship is due for launch in the fall of 2022. Like its sisters it will include some stand out features, including: The Magic Carpet, a movable deck cantilevered off the side of the ship which rises from decks 2 to 16 and acts as a bar, restaurant and embarkation area; Infinite Veranda cabins, a cabin designed to blend indoor and outdoor thanks to bi-fold doors, adding almost a quarter again to the size of the cabin; Resort Deck, which features a large pool flanked by sculptural trees and two "martini glass" Jacuzzis that overlook the deck below; Rooftop Garden, borrowing from the popular Lawn Club of the Solstice Class ships, but adding childhood whimsy; and The Retreat, a serene area only for suite passengers, which includes a private pool and sundeck, lounge and restaurant. The ship will also feature two stunning new suite classes: the 5,000-square foot Iconic Suite; and the Edge Villa, a two-level suite.

Royal Caribbean (Unnamed)

NA/
5,000
2022 The first ship in Royal Caribbean's next class of cruise ship, the so-called "Icon" class. It will be powered by liquefied natural gas (LNG) and use fuel cell technology to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.

Disney Cruises (Unnamed)

135,000/
2,500
2023 The yet-unnamed ship will be the sister ship to the 2021 vessel. Details are still scant, but expect family-friendly features such as waterslides, cabins with dual bathrooms and expansive kids clubs.

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New Cruise Ships Launching in 2023 and Beyond

New Ship Tonnage/
Berths
Launch Date New Ship Details

Norwegian Cruise Line (Unnamed)

140,000/
3,300
2023 The second of four new ships from Norwegian Cruise Line, which will be based on the line's popular "Breakaway-plus" class of ships, but significantly smaller, coming in at 23,000 tons lighter and carrying around 1,000 fewer passengers. Each ship will cost around $800m. No details of the design or onboard features have yet been released, but one of the key priorities will be energy efficiency.

MSC Cruises World Class

200,000+/
5,400
2024 The second of up to four LNG-powered ships to launch for MSC Cruises. The ships will have a cutting-edge design that will maximize the space for passengers, a host of features for families and the latest smart technology and advanced environmentally friendly technology available.

Royal Caribbean (Unnamed)

NA/
5,000
2024 The second ship in Royal Caribbean's next class of cruise ship, the so-called "Icon" class. It will be powered by liquefied natural gas (LNG) and use fuel cell technology to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.

Norwegian Cruise Line (Unnamed)

140,000/
3,300
2024 The third of four new ships from Norwegian Cruise Line, which will be based on the line's popular "Breakaway-plus" class of ships, but significantly smaller, coming in at 23,000 tons lighter and carrying around 1,000 fewer passengers. Each ship will cost around $800m. No details of the design or onboard features have yet been released, but one of the key priorities will be energy efficiency.

Norwegian Cruise Line (Unnamed)

140,000/
3,300
2025 The last of four new ships from Norwegian Cruise Line, which will be based on the line's popular "Breakaway-plus" class of ships, but significantly smaller, coming in at 23,000 tons lighter and carrying around 1,000 fewer passengers. Each ship will cost around $800m. No details of the design or onboard features have yet been released, but one of the key priorities will be energy efficiency.

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New Expedition Cruise Ship Launches

 

New Ship Tonnage/
Berths
Launch Date New Ship Details

National Geographic Quest

NA/
100
June 2017 Lindblad Expeditions-National Geographic will welcome Quest in late June 2017, the first of two new builds for the company. About a third larger than existing Lindblad ships, with an additional fourth deck, these 100-passenger coastal vessels will have 50 cabins; 22 will have balconies. Families will be accommodated with eight rooms that can be configured into four adjoining cabins. Quest will sail in Alaska and the Pacific Northwest before relocating to Costa Rica and Panama, then Belize and Guatemala in early 2018.

National Geographic Venture

NA/
100
Spring 2018 A sister ship to Quest will launch in spring 2018 with 50 cabins. The ships will be built by U.S.-based company Nichols Brothers Boat Builders shipyard in Washington and are expected to ply itineraries in the Americas. Unique technology outfitted onboard will include remotely operated vehicles, a video microscope, and a hydrophone and bow-cam designed to hear and film humpback whale vocalizations and see bow-riding dolphins.

Le Laperouse

NA/
184
Summer 2018 One of two of the first four new expedition ships for Ponant, the all-balcony Le Laperouse will feature large suites with two restaurants, a 188-passenger theater, lounge areas that open to the outside, a hydraulic platform for Zodiac boarding and easy access to kayaking and paddle boarding, and a pool with counter-current swim technology.

Hurtigruten's MS Roald Amundsen

NA/530

July 2018

Roald Amundsen will be the first of two hybrid ships Hurtigruten is building, designed to cut emissions by sailing partially with electrical propulsion. The ship will have three restaurants though it is being designed specifically for polar waters it will have a pool deck with an infinity pool, Jacuzzis and bars.

Scenic Eclipse

16,500/228

August 2018 Long-time river veteran Scenic is making the leap to the luxury ocean market in a big way. The company will launch its all-suite super yacht with some seriously impressive features, including a fleet of zodiacs, two helicopters and a seven-person submarine. The ship will also boast a 1:1 passenger-to-staff ratio as well as cabins that start at an impressive 344 square feet. But the most exciting feature might actually be the ship's itineraries, which include the deep Arctic and Antarctica, thanks to the vessel's ice-class rating and stabilizer. During polar expeditions, Scenic Eclipse will make several landings a day.

Le Champlain

NA/
184
Summer 2018 One of two of the first four new expedition ships for Ponant, the all-balcony Le Champlain will feature large suites with two restaurants, a 188-passenger theater, lounge areas that open to the outside, a hydraulic platform for Zodiac boarding and easy access to kayaking and paddle boarding, and a pool with counter-current swim technology.

Ponant's Le Bougainville

NA/184

2019

The third of four new expedition ships for Ponant, Le Bougainville will feature two restaurants, a 188-seat theater, lounge areas that open to the outside, an aft marina for Zodiac launching and easy access to kayaking and paddle boarding, and a pool with counter-current swim technology.

Ponant's Le Dumont d'Urville

NA/184

2019

The last of four new expedition ships for Ponant scheduled to launch in 2018 and 2019, Le Dumont d'Urville will feature two restaurants, a 188-seat theater, lounge areas that open to the outside, an aft marina for Zodiac launching and easy access to kayaking and paddle boarding, and a pool with counter-current swim technology.

Crystal Cruises' Crystal Endeavor

25,000/
200
2019 Crystal's first mega-yacht of three will be built to cruise polar regions, with state-of-the-art technology and toys such as submarines, helicopters, underwater scooters and jet skis. The ship itself will be luxurious and spacious, with suites ranging from 400 to 3,122 square feet, plus a large spa, theater, multiple dining venues and a lounge with panoramic views.

Hurtigruten's Fridtjof Nansen

NA/530

2019

Fridtjof Nansen will be the second of two hybrid ships Hurtigruten is building, designed to cut emissions by sailing partially with electrical propulsion. The ship will have three restaurants though it is being designed specifically for polar waters it will have a pool deck with an infinity pool, Jacuzzis and bars.

Crystal Cruises (Unnamed)

25,000/
200
2020 Crystal's second mega-yacht will be a sister to Crystal Endeavor. Like its fleetmate, it will be built to cruise polar regions, with state-of-the-art technology and toys such as submarines, helicopters, underwater scooters and jet skis. The ship itself will be luxurious and spacious, with suites ranging from 400 to 3,122 square feet, plus a large spa, theater, multiple dining venues and a lounge with panoramic views.

Crystal Cruises (Unnamed)

25,000/
200
2021 Crystal's third mega-yacht will be a sister to Crystal Endeavor. Like its fleetmate, it will be built to cruise polar regions, with state-of-the-art technology and toys such as submarines, helicopters, underwater scooters and jet skis. The ship itself will be luxurious and spacious, with suites ranging from 400 to 3,122 square feet, plus a large spa, theater, multiple dining venues and a lounge with panoramic views.

 



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