More Cruise ships coming out of the shipyards in coming years

ByRick Deutsch

More Cruise ships coming out of the shipyards in coming years

With the soaring market for cruises, the industry is taking steps to get as many people out to sea as they can. Shipbuilders are maxxed out with orders for the coming years. Here’s the latest tally of big ships that will soon be hauling small cities of passengers. We only put in through 2018, but rest assured, planning is continuing out past 2020.

2016

  1. Viking Sea(from Viking Cruises), for 930 Passengers: 930
    2. Koningsdam(from Holland America), for 2650 Passengers
    3. Ovation of the Seas (from Royal Caribbean), for 4,180 Passengers
    4. Carnival Vista (from Carnival Cruise Line) for 3,954 Passengers
    5. Harmony of the Seas (from Royal Caribbean) for 5,400 Passengers
    6. Seven Seas Explorer (from Regent Seven Seas Cruises), 750 Passengers
    7. Seabourn Encore (from Seabourn Cruise Line), for 604 Passengers

2017

  1. Viking Sky(from Viking Cruises) for 930 Passengers
  2. Norwegian Bliss(from Norwegian Cruise Line), for 4,200 Passengers
    3. Silver Muse(from Silversea Cruises), for 596 Passengers
    4. Unnamed (from Princess Cruises), for 3,560 Passengers
    5. MSC Seaside (from MSC Cruises), for 4,140 Passengers

2018

  1. Unnamed (from Royal Caribbean), for 5,400 Passengers
  2. Unnamed (from Carnival Cruise Line), for 3,954 Passengers
  3. Unnamed (from Norwegian Cruise Line) for 4,200 Passengers
  4. Unnamed (from MSC Cruises), for 4,140 Passengers
  5. Seabourn Ovation (from Seabourn Cruise Line), for 604 Passengers
  6. Unnamed (from Celebrity Cruises) for 2,900 for Passengers
  7. Unnamed (from Holland America) for 2,650 for Passengers

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