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The following is a list of largest cruise ships over 120,000 gross tonnes, including ships that are in service, under construction, and out of service. Ships are ranked by gross tonnage.

Contents

In serviceEdit

# Ship Cruise line Year Gross
tonnage
Length Beam Staterooms Passenger capacity Image
Maximum Waterline Double Maximum
1 Symphony of the Seas Royal Caribbean International 2018 228,081 GT[1] 1,188 ft (362.1 m)[1] 215.5 ft (65.7 m)[2] 156.75 ft (47.778 m)[1] 2,759[2] 5,518[2] 6,680[2]  
2 Harmony of the Seas Royal Caribbean International 2016 226,963 GT[3] 1,188.1 ft (362.12 m)[3] 215.5 ft (65.7 m)[4] 155.6 ft (47.42 m)[3] 2,747[4] 5,479[a][4] 6,687[4]  
3 Allure of the Seas Royal Caribbean International 2010 225,282 GT[5] 1,187 ft (362 m)[6] 215 ft (66 m)[6] 154 ft (47 m)[5] 2,742[6] 5,484[6] 6,780[6]  
Oasis of The Seas Royal Caribbean International 2009 225,282 GT[7] 1,186.5 ft (361.6 m)[8] 215 ft (66 m)[8] 154 ft (47 m)[7] 2,742[8] 5,484[8] 6,780[8]  
5 MSC Meraviglia MSC Cruises 2017[9] 171,598 GT[10] 1,036.2 ft (315.83 m)[10] 171 ft (52 m) 141 ft (43 m)[10] 2,250[11] 4,500[11] 5,714[9]  
6 Quantum of the Seas Royal Caribbean International 2014 168,666 GT[12] 1,139 ft (347.08 m)[12] 162 ft (49.47 m)[12] 136 ft (41.4 m)[12] 2,090[13] 4,180[13] 4,905[13]  
Anthem of the Seas Royal Caribbean International 2015 168,666 GT[14] 1,139 ft (347.06 m)[14] 162 ft (49.4 m)[14] 136 ft (41.4 m)[14] 2,090[15] 4,180[15] 4,905[15]  
Ovation of the Seas Royal Caribbean International 2016 168,666 GT[16] 1,142 ft (348 m)[16] 160 ft (48.9 m)[16] 135 ft (41.2 m)[16] 2,091[17] 4,180[a][17] 4,905[17]  
9 Norwegian Bliss Norwegian Cruise Line 2018 168,028 GT[18] 1,093.6 ft (333.32 m)[18] 158 ft (48.1 m)[18] 136 ft (41.4 m)[18] 4,200[19]  
10 Norwegian Joy Norwegian Cruise Line 2017 167,725 GT[20] 1,094.0 ft (333.46 m)[20] 136 ft (41.4 m)[20] 1,925 3,883[21]  
11 Norwegian Escape Norwegian Cruise Line 2015 165,157 GT[22] 1,069 ft (325.9 m)[22] 153 ft (46.5 m)[22] 136 ft (41.4 m)[22] 2,124[22] 4,248[22]  
12 Liberty of the Seas Royal Caribbean International 2007 155,889 GT[23] 1,112 ft (339 m)[24] 184 ft (56 m)[24] 128.1 ft (39.0 m)[23] 1,817[24] 3,634[24] 4,375[24]  
13 Independence of the Seas Royal Caribbean International 2008 155,889 GT[25] 1,112 ft (339 m)[25] 184 ft (56 m)[25] 126.6 ft (38.6 m)[25] 1,817[25] 3,634[25] 4,375[25]  
Freedom of the Seas Royal Caribbean International 2006 155,889 GT[26] 1,112 ft (339 m)[26] 184 ft (56 m)[26] 126.6 ft (38.6 m)[26] 1,817[26] 3,634[26] 4,375[26]  
15 Norwegian Epic Norwegian Cruise Line 2010 155,873 GT[27] 1,081 ft (329.5 m)[28] 133 ft (40.6 m)[28] 2,114[28] 4,100[28] 5,183  
16 MSC Seaview[29] MSC Cruises 2018 154,000 GT[30] 1,060 ft (320 m)[31] 135 ft (41 m)[31] 2,070[30] 4,140[30] 5,300[30]  
17 MSC Seaside MSC Cruises 2017 153,516 GT[32] 1,060 ft (320 m)[31] 135 ft (41 m)[31] 2,070[30] 4,140[30] 5,300[30]  
18 Genting Dream Dream Cruises 2016 150,695 GT [33] 1,100.2 ft (335.33 m)[33] 145 ft (44.1 m)[33] 130 ft (39.7 m)[33] 1,600 3,200 4,500  
19 World Dream Dream Cruises 2017 150,695 GT[34] 1,100 ft (335.2 m)[34] 145.5 ft (44.35 m)[34] 130.4 ft (39.75 m)[34] 1,680 3,360 4,500[35]  
20 Queen Mary 2 Cunard Line 2004 149,215 GT[36] 1,132.0 ft (345.03 m)[36] 147 ft (45 m)[37] 135 ft (41 m)[36] 1,296[38] 2,592[38] 3,090[38]  
21 Norwegian Breakaway Norwegian Cruise Line 2013 145,655 GT[39] 1,068.4 ft (325.64 m)[39] 169.7 ft (51.7 m)[40] 130.3 ft (39.71 m)[39] 2,014[41] 3,963[40]  
22 Norwegian Getaway Norwegian Cruise Line 2014 145,655 GT[42] 1,068.4 ft (325.65 m)[42] 145.6 ft (44.39 m)[42] 130.3 ft (39.73 m)[42] 2,014 3,910  
23 Majestic Princess Princess Cruises 2017[43] 144,216 GT[44] 1,082.7 ft (330.0 m)[44] 126 ft (38.4 m)[44] 1,780[44] 3,560[44] 4,250  
24 Britannia P&O Cruises 2015 143,730 GT[45] 1,080 ft (330 m)[45] 125.9 ft (38.38 m)[45] 1,780 3,647 4,100  
25 Royal Princess Princess Cruises 2013 142,714 GT[46] 1,080 ft (330 m)[46] 155 ft (47 m)[47] 126 ft (38.4 m)[46] 1,780[47] 3,560 4,100[citation needed]  
26 Regal Princess Princess Cruises 2014 142,714 GT[48] 1,080 ft (330 m)[48] 125.6 ft (38.27 m)[48] 1,780 3,560 4,100  
27 Navigator of the Seas Royal Caribbean International 2002 139,570 GT[49] 1,020 ft (310 m)[50] 157.5 ft (48.0 m)[50] 127 ft (38.6 m)[49] 1,638[50] 3,276[50] 3,807[50]  
28 MSC Divina MSC Cruises 2012 139,072 GT[51] 1,082.7 ft (330.0 m)[51] 124 ft (37.9 m)[51] 1,739[52] 3,478[52] 3,959[52]  
MSC Preziosa MSC Cruises 2013 139,072 GT[53] 1,094 ft (333.3 m)[53] 124 ft (37.9 m)[53] 1,739[52] 3,478[52] 3,959[52]  
30 Mariner of the Seas Royal Caribbean International 2003 138,279 GT[54] 1,020.7 ft (311.12 m)[54] 157.5 ft (48.0 m)[55] 127 ft (38.6 m)[54] 1,557[55] 3,114[55] 3,807[55]  
31 Explorer of the Seas Royal Caribbean International 2000 138,194 GT[56] 1,020 ft (311 m)[56] 161 ft (49.1 m)[56] 127 ft (38.6 m)[56] 1,557[57] 3,114[57] 3,840[57]  
Voyager of the Seas Royal Caribbean International 1999 138,194 GT[58] 1,020.7 ft (311.12 m)[58] 156 ft (47.4 m)[58] 127 ft (38.6 m)[58] 1,557[59] 3,114[59] 3,840[59]  
33 MSC Fantasia MSC Cruises 2008 137,936 GT[60] 1,094 ft (333 m)[60] 124 ft (38 m)[60] 1,637[60] 3,274[60] 4,363[60]  
MSC Splendida MSC Cruises 2009 137,936 GT[61] 1,095 ft (334 m)[61] 124 ft (38 m)[61] 1,637[61] 3,274[61] 3,952[61]  
35 Adventure of the Seas Royal Caribbean International 2001 137,276 GT[62] 1,020 ft (311 m)[62] 161 ft (49.1 m)[62] 127 ft (38.6 m)[62] 1,557[63] 3,114[63] 3,807[63]  
36 Carnival Vista Carnival Cruise Line 2016 133,596 GT[64] 1,055 ft (321.5 m)[64] 158 ft (48 m)[65] 122 ft (37.2 m)[64] 1,968[65] 3,936[65] 4,980[65]  
37 Carnival Horizon[66] Carnival Cruise Line 2018[66] 133,500 GT[66] 1,062 ft (324 m)[66] 1,987 3,954[66]  
38 Costa Diadema Costa Cruises 2014 133,019 GT[67] 1,004 ft (306 m)[citation needed] 122 ft (37 m)[68] 1,850 3,700 4,947[67]  
39 Celebrity Edge Celebrity Cruises 2018 130,818 GT[69] 1,004 ft (306 m)[69] 128 ft (39 m)[69] 1,467[70] 2,918[70] 3,373[70]  
40 Disney Fantasy Disney Cruise Line 2012 129,750 GT[71] 1,114.8 ft (339.80 m)[71] 121.4 ft (37.0 m)[71] 1,250[72] 2,500[72] 4,000[72]  
41 Disney Dream Disney Cruise Line 2011 129,690 GT[73] 1,114.8 ft (339.80 m)[73] 121.4 ft (37.0 m)[73] 1,250[72] 2,500[72] 4,000[72]  
42 Carnival Dream Carnival Cruise Line 2009 128,251 GT[74] 1,002.20 ft (305.471 m)[74] 122 ft (37.2 m)[74] 1,823[75] 3,646[75] 4,631[75]  
43 Carnival Breeze Carnival Cruise Line 2012 128,052 GT[76] 1,002 ft (305.5 m)[76] 122.0 ft (37.18 m)[76] 1,845[77] 3,690[77] 4,720[77]  
44 Carnival Magic Carnival Cruise Line 2011 128,048 GT[78] 1,004 ft (306 m)[78] 122 ft (37 m)[78] 1,845[77] 3,690[77] 4,720[77]  
45 AIDAprima AIDA Cruises 2016 125,572 GT[79] 984.1 ft (299.95 m)[79] 123.5 ft (37.65 m)[79] 123 ft (37.6 m)[79] 1,625 3,250  
AIDAperla[80] AIDA Cruises 2017 125,572 GT[81] 984.1 ft (299.95 m)[81] 123 ft (37.6 m)[81] 1,643 3,290[80]  
47 Celebrity Reflection Celebrity Cruises 2012 125,366 GT[82] 1,047 ft (319 m)[82] 123 ft (37.4 m)[82][83] 1,523[84] 3,046[84] 3,480[84]  
48 Celebrity Silhouette Celebrity Cruises 2011 122,210 GT[85] 1,033 ft (315 m)[85] 121 ft (36.9 m)[85] 1,443[84] 2,886[84] 3,320[84]  
49 Celebrity Solstice Celebrity Cruises 2008 121,878 GT[86] 1,041 ft (317.2 m)[86] 121 ft (36.9 m)[86] 1,426[84] 2,852[84] 3,148[84]  
Celebrity Equinox Celebrity Cruises 2009 121,878 GT[87] 1,041 ft (317.2 m)[87] 121 ft (36.9 m)[87] 1,426[84] 2,852[84] 3,148[84]  
Celebrity Eclipse Celebrity Cruises 2010 121,878 GT[88] 1,040.5 ft (317.14 m)[88] 121 ft (36.8 m)[88] 1,426[84] 2,852[84] 3,148[84]  
  1. ^ a b This number assumes only single occupancy of certain staterooms designed for only one passenger.

Under constructionEdit

# Ship, class, or project name Cruise line Year
(planned)
Gross
tonnage
Length Beam Staterooms Passenger capacity
Maximum Waterline Double Maximum
1 Oasis Class Royal Caribbean International 2021 230,000 GT[2] 1,188 ft (362 m)[2] 215.5 ft (65.7 m)[2] 2,775[2] 5,535[2] 6,870[2]
2 Global Class Dream Cruises 2020 204,000 GT[89] 1,135 ft (346 m) 151 ft (46 m) 2,500 5,000 9,500 [90]
Global Class Dream Cruises 2021 204,000 GT[89] 1,135 ft (346 m) 151 ft (46 m) 2,500 5,000 9,500 [90]
4 Project Icon Royal Caribbean International 2022 200,000 GT[91] 5,000[91]
Project Icon Royal Caribbean International 2024 200,000 GT[91] 5,000[91]
World Class MSC Cruises 2022[92] 200,000 GT[92] 1,080 ft (330 m)[92] 154 ft (47 m)[92] 2,760[92] 5,520[92] 6,850[92]
World Class MSC Cruises 2024[92] 200,000 GT[92] 1,080 ft (330 m)[92] 154 ft (47 m)[92] 2,760[92] 5,520[92] 6,850[92]
8 AIDAnova[93] AIDA Cruises 2018[93] 183,900[94] 2,500[93] 5,000[93] 6,600[95]
Costa Smeralda[96] Costa Cruises 2019[96] 183,900 GT[96] 2,600[97] 5,200[97] 6,600[97]
Carnival Mardi Gras Carnival Cruise Line 2020[98] 183,900[94] 2,600[99] 5,200[99]
Iona P&O Cruises 2020[98] 183,900[94] 2,600[100] 5,200[100]
Helios class AIDA Cruises 2021[93] 183,900[94] 2,500[93] 5,000[93] 6,600[95]
TBA Costa Cruises 2021[98] 183,900[94] 2,605[97] 5,176[97] 6,600[97]
TBA Carnival Cruise Line 2022[98] 183,900[94] 2,600[99] 5,200[99]
Helios Class P&O Cruises 2022[98] 183,900[94] 2,600[100] 5,200[100]
Helios class AIDA Cruises 2022[93] 183,900[94] 2,500[93] 5,000[93] 6,600[95]
17 Meraviglia Plus Class III MSC Cruises 2023[101] 183,500 GT 1,086 ft (331 m) 2,444[102] 6,334[103]
18 MSC Grandiosa[103] MSC Cruises 2019[103] 181,000 GT[103] 1,086 ft (331 m)[103] 2,444[102] 6,334[103]
MSC Virtuosa MSC Cruises 2020 181,000 GT[103] 1,086 ft (331 m)[102] 2,444[102] 6,334[103]
20 MSC Seashore MSC Cruises 2021[104] 169,380 GT[104] 1,112 ft (339 m)[104] 135 ft (41 m)[104]
Seaside Evo Class MSC Cruises 2023[104] 169,380 GT[104] 1,112 ft (339 m)[104] 135 ft (41 m)[104]
22 Norwegian Encore Norwegian Cruise Line 2019 168,800 GT[105] 4,200[19]
23 Spectrum of the Seas[106] Royal Caribbean International 2019[107] 168,666 GT[13] 1,141 ft (348 m)[13] 136 ft (41 m)[13] 2,090 4,180[13] 4,905[13]
Quantum Class Royal Caribbean International 2020 168,666 GT[13] 1,141 ft (348 m)[13] 136 ft (41 m)[13] 2,090 4,180[13] 4,905[13]
25 MSC Bellissima[108] MSC Cruises 2019[11] 167,600 GT[11] 1,033 ft (315 m)[11] 141 ft (43 m)[9] 2,250[11] 4,500[11] 5,700[11]
26 TBA TUI Cruises 2024 161.000 GR
TBA TUI Cruises 2026 161.000 GR
28 Royal Class Princess Cruises 2022[109] 145,000 GT[109] 3,660[109]
29 Sky Princess Princess Cruises 2019[110] 143,700 GT[110] 3,560[110]
Enchanted Princess Princess Cruises 2020[110] 143,700 GT[110] 3,560[110]
31 Project Leonardo Norwegian Cruise Line 2022[111] 140,000 GT[111] 980 ft (300 m)[111]
Project Leonardo Norwegian Cruise Line 2023[111] 140,000 GT[111] 980 ft (300 m)[111]
Project Leonardo Norwegian Cruise Line 2024[111] 140,000 GT[111] 980 ft (300 m)[111]
Project Leonardo Norwegian Cruise Line 2025[111] 140,000 GT[111] 980 ft (300 m)[111]
Project Leonardo Norwegian Cruise Line 2026[111] 140,000 GT[111] 980 ft (300 m)[111]
Project Leonardo Norwegian Cruise Line 2027[111] 140,000 GT[111] 980 ft (300 m)[111]
37 Celebrity Apex Celebrity Cruises 2020 130,818 GT[69] 1,004 ft (306 m)[69] 128 ft (39 m)[69] 1,467[70] 2,918[70] 3,373[70]
Edge Class Celebrity Cruises 2021 130,818 GT[69] 1,004 ft (306 m)[69] 128 ft (39 m)[69] 1,467[70] 2,918[70] 3,373[70]
Edge Class Celebrity Cruises 2022 130,818 GT[69] 1,004 ft (306 m)[69] 128 ft (39 m)[69] 1,467[70] 2,918[70] 3,373[70]
40 Costa Venezia[112][113] Costa Asia[110] 2019[110] 135,500 GT[110] 4,200[110]
TBA Costa Asia[110] 2020[110] 135,500 GT[110] 4,200[110]
42 TBA Disney Cruise Line 2021[114] 135,000 GT[114] 1,250[114] 2,500[114]
TBA Disney Cruise Line 2022[115] 135,000 GT[115] 1,250[115] 2,500[115]
TBA Disney Cruise Line 2023[114] 135,000 GT[114] 1,250[114] 2,500[114]
45 Carnival Panorama[116] Carnival Cruise Line 2019[116][110] 133,500 GT[116] 3,954[66] 4,200[110]


See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

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