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Cruise Line Information


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Carnival Corporation owns and operates Carnival Cruises, Costa Crociere, Seabourn, Holland America,  Princess Cruises, P&O,  Cunard, Aida, and Iberocruceros, in addition to operating ALL of their corporate lines under the WORLD’S GREATEST CRUISE LINES banner. 

Carnival’s cruiselines and ships are:



Carnival Cruise Lines: Carnival is the world’s largest cruise line with one of the most modern fleet of cruise ships.  Carnival cruise liners are often referred to as “fun ships” because of their emphasis on enjoyable activities, entertaining nightspots and Las Vegas-style shows. Families can relax knowing their children are enjoying a wide range of supervised activities at Camp Carnival and couples can arrange for a shipboard or on shore wedding.

Carnival Cruise Lines are known for their comfortable, spacious rooms and amazing service. Passengers can enjoy a drink at the sports bar, try their luck in the casino, relax at the Spa Carnival, dance the night away at one of the many nightclubs or even take a special golf cruise. With 14 departure ports in the continental US, passengers can visit exciting destinations such as Alaska, the Caribbean, Mexico, Hawaii, Alaska, Europe, Canada’s Maritime provinces and New England.

Costa Cruise Lines: Costa is an Italian company that has become the number one cruise line in all of Europe. Famous for the decorative and architectural aspects of their beautiful Italian ships, Costa combines sophisticated elegance with spirit and fun. The company provides great children’s programs, special dinner menus and lively onboard festivities and offshore excursions.

Costa offers non-stop entertainment, authentic Italian cuisine and warm hospitality. In addition to a spa facility, gym, casino and nightclubs, you can book a wedding package, take Italian lessons or enjoy a few golf lessons from an experienced golf pro on board a Costa cruise ship. Passengers can travel throughout the Americas, Northern Europe or the Eastern and Western Mediterranean.

Disney Cruise Line: Individuals of all ages love the magic of a Disney cruise. Everyone can enjoy entertaining Disney-themed stage shows in the Walt Disney Theatre and dining in themed restaurants aboard the Disney Wonder® or Disney Magic®. There are many other activities such as games, pajama parties, science experiments and cooking demonstrations designed specifically for children, teens and adults.

The cruise line is known for its extremely large staterooms which will accommodate a minimum of 3 people. In addition to the shopping, spas, dining and shows, guests can also book a wedding on shore or aboard the ship or celebrate a special occasion in one of the ship’s dining rooms. Passengers can enjoy cruises to South America, the Eastern and Western Caribbean, the Bahamas. Every Disney cruise also ends up at the company’s private island resort, Castaway Cay where guests can enjoy the beautiful, secluded island.

MSC Cruises: This Italian cruise line contains five beautiful ships where guests can relax with a luxurious spa treatment, try their luck at the casino, participate in MSC’s educational enrichment-at-seas programs or enjoy a Flamenco or Broadway-style show. All meals are prepared with authentic Mediterranean ingredients to offer traditional Italian cuisine.

MSC cruises are known for their true Italian service and blend of Mediterranean cuisine and maritime culture and traditions. Although MSC Cruises specialize in trips to the Mediterranean, passengers can visit South America, the Caribbean, Northern Europe, South Africa and the Transatlantic.

Norwegian Cruise Line: NCL offered a unique option to cruise passengers in 2000, called Freestyle Cruising. The company will select the ports, and passengers choose everything else. Guests can enjoy as many as 10 exciting restaurants with a relaxed dress code, relax in the Mandara Spa, try their luck at the casino or attend a lively theme party. The cruise line’s Kid’s Crew program offers supervised activities such as cooking classes, circuses, crafts, games, parties and parades for all ages. Couples can also book a wedding or vow renewal package.

NCL is associated with the freedom of choice and is known for personal and unique dining experiences and a relaxed resort-style atmosphere with an emphasis on personal flexibility. With 13 US and Canadian departure ports, the cruise line offers passengers the opportunity to visit Bermuda, the Caribbean, Alaska, Europe, the Hawaiian Islands, Antarctica, as well as the New England or Canadian coast.

Princess Cruises: With one of the most modern fleets in the cruise industry, Princess offers guests a unique variety of amenities. For example, passengers can enjoy the Movies Under the Stars program and watch their favorite flicks on deck. Guests can also enjoy everything from scuba diving classes and a Lotus Spa treatment to shuffleboard and award-winning production shows. Shopping, casinos and art auctions are other great options. Guests are assured of receiving excellent service and experiencing an atmosphere of relaxed luxury aboard a Princess Cruise ship. The cruise line offers a Princess Kids & Off Limits Teens program and Princess Youth and Teen Centers with exciting supervised activities. Couples can book a wedding or celebrate any special occasion with an amazing reception package.

Princess Cruises is known for its Personal Choice Cruising program which started in the mid 1990s. This offers passengers a wide variety of options, and enables them to completely customize their perfect vacation. They can choose from the flexible onboard services, amenities and facilities to suit their individual needs. Princess’ Anytime Dining program means you can choose when and where you wish to eat.

Princess’ belief in personal choice extends to their 150+ itineraries; the cruise line offers voyages to more worldwide destinations than any other major cruise line. Passengers can choose cruises that last anywhere from 7 days to 72 days! Some of the destinations include Hawaii, India, Asia, Africa, Canada, Antarctica, Europe, the Mexican Riviera, South America, the Caribbean, Alaska, the Panama Canal, Australia, New Zealand, South Pacific, Tahiti, French Polynesia and New England.

Royal Caribbean International operates Royal Caribbean Cruises, Celebrity Cruises, Azamara Club Cruises, Pullmantur, and TUI Cruises.  Cruiselines and ships include:


Royal Caribbean: With some of the most innovate and unique ships in the cruise industry, passengers of a Royal Caribbean cruise are guaranteed to receive superb dining and service. The cruise line has been providing passengers with exciting and memorable cruise vacations for more than 25 years. Guests return because of the spacious staterooms and attentive Gold Anchor Service.® Kids 3-17 can participate in the Royal Caribbean’s complimentary Adventure Ocean Youth Programs that combine entertainment and education with supervised activities. The cruise line also offers wedding packages and corporate programs for adult passengers.

Royal Caribbean is known for grand-scale adventure. Most passengers are active individuals who are continuously seeking exciting new experiences and a great variety of entertainment options. Guests can enjoy everything from rock climbing, art auctions and wine tasting to jewelry seminars, onboard ice-skating rink and ice-carving demonstrations. Passengers can visit hundreds of exciting ports including Hawaii, Mexico, Alaska, the Bahamas, Canada, Bermuda, New England, Europe, the Caribbean and the Pacific Northwest.  They operate the largest ship at sea.

Celebrity Cruises: Travel experts such as Condé Nast Traveler consistently rate Celebrity’s service as one of the best. Passengers of a Celebrity cruise are assured warm, personal service, exceptional cuisine, spacious rooms and European hospitality. They can book a golf excursion, shop in the ship’s boutiques, enjoy a Broadway-style show or relax in the AquaSpa. Children and participate in a wide variety of activities such as scavenger hunts, ice cream parties, ship tours, movies, video games, karaoke or a ball pit with the X-Club youth Activities program. All youth counselors have completed formal education in Education, Child Development, Recreation or a related field. Celebrity Cruises also offers special anniversary and honeymoon packages, as well as corporate meetings.

Guests associate Celebrity cruises with luxury, elegance and a premium cruising experience. The cruise line has become famous for its exceptional service that usually exceeds guests’ expectations. Passengers can book a cruise to Canada, the Caribbean, South America, the Panama Canal, Europe, New England, Bermuda, Alaska, New Zealand, Mexico, Australia, Hawaii or the Galapagos Islands.

Holland America Line: Guests of Holland America will enjoy impeccable service, beautiful staterooms, elegantly decorated ships and superb dining. The cruise line offers a more traditional style of cruising with convenient inclusive pricing. Guests can book a golf excursion, take a kickboxing class, enjoy a guided art tour, shop, try their luck at the casino or relax at the spa. Certain cruise ships even offer a custom tailoring service where men and women can order exclusive custom-made garments. Children 5-12 can participate in supervised Club Hal® activities such as bingo, pizza parties, miniature golf, scavenger hunts, theme parties and on-deck sports events. Some itineraries even offer kids-only shore excursions to several Alaskan ports and the company’s private island in the Bahamas, Half Moon Cay. Couples can also arrange a custom wedding package.

Holland America ships are all known for their more private verandas and larger staterooms so you can cruise in absolutely luxury and comfort. In fact, the staterooms are 25 percent larger than the same category rooms on any other ships. The public rooms are spacious and tastefully decorated with expensive art collections and fresh flower arrangements. Passengers can choose to visit more than 280 exciting ports of call including Hawaii, Europe, South America, Alaska, the Caribbean, Asia and North America’s west coast.

Oceania Cruises: Passengers of an Oceania cruise can enjoy flexible dining arrangements and 5-star menus, as well as first-class amenities and accommodations. Formed in 2002, Oceania Cruises has a fleet of luxurious 684-passenger ships where guests can enjoy daily historical lectures, comedians, casinos, fitness tracks, the Card Room or the Oceania Spa.

Oceania is associated with casual elegance where you can dine when and where you choose with no formal gowns or tuxedos required. Passengers can explore the Panama Canal, Scandinavia, Mexico, the Caribbean and the Mediterranean. Many itineraries include overnight port stays, enabling travelers to enjoy the culture and history of exciting destinations. Oceania Cruises also travel to Russia, South America, the Greek Isles, Central America, the British Isles and the Black Sea.

Crystal Cruises: Condé Nast Traveler has voted Crystal Cruises the world’s “Best Large Ship Cruise Line” for nine consecutive years. Passengers can take a golf lesson with a PGA pro, relax at the Crystal Salon, tempt Lady Luck at the Caesars Palace at Sea® casino, shop at exclusive boutiques, enjoy a creative production show or attend lectures offered by the Crystal Cruises Creative Learning Institute. Children can enjoy supervised activities such as arts and crafts, board games and a video arcade and older children can participate in age-appropriate activities supervised by Junior Activities Directors. Adults can book onboard meetings with the state-of-the-art equipment and business amenities.

Crystal Cruises has become synonymous with grand luxury; guests can relax on elegant ships adorned with rich wood trim, polished brass and teak decks, enjoy exciting activities or explore exotic ports. Passengers can visit exotic destinations including the South Pacific, Asia, Alaska, the Caribbean, Hawaii, the Mediterranean, Mexico, Australia, Europe, South America and the Panama Canal.

Cunard Line: Travelers who expect nothing less than the best will enjoy traveling in luxury on board a Cunard cruise ship. Passengers who choose a Cunard cruise can relax at the Canyon Ranch Spa Club, enjoy a music revue, practice their swing at the virtual golf cage or attend educational and entertaining guest lectures where they will learn about everything from acting to cooking and interior design. The cruise line also offers state-of-the-art audio/video equipment, cocktail parties and award ceremonies for businesses.

Cunard has become known for the lavish elegance and luxury cruising of days gone by. In 2004, the Queen Mary 2 made its debut as the flagship of The Most Famous Ocean Liners in the World. The QM2 follows the traditions of luxury liners such as the Cunard and White Star Line predecessors. This remarkable cruise ship is the world’s longest, largest, tallest and most expensive, and it is the only ship to make regular transatlantic voyages. The Queen Elizabeth 2 offers passengers the same gourmet cuisine, impeccable service and British elegance, and has been touted as one of the greatest cruise liners.

Passengers can sail to exotic destinations such as Scandinavia, the Mediterranean, North America, the Caribbean, South America, Europe, Africa and the Transatlantic.

Regent Seven Seas Cruises: The luxury cruise ships of this company hold hundreds of guests, providing passengers with personal service and six-star accommodations, amenities and dining. Condé Nast Traveler readers voted Regent Seven Seas as the World’s Best Small Cruise Line in 2003 and twice by the readers of Travel + Leisure magazine. Many special events, enhancements and benefits are provided to travelers at no cost or for a very nominal fee. Guests can take an exclusive classic French cooking course, play sports on the activity deck, take computer classes, listen to guest lectures, work out at the gym, relax at the spa, gamble at the casino or watch a Broadway musical revue in the Constellation Theater. Many Regent ships offer Club Mariner – a supervised program for children 6-11 or 12-17 with activities such as crafts, movies and games.

The Regent Seven Seas offers a program of discovery and exploration that rivals any other cruise line and has become the leader of the 6-star cruise industry. Passengers can explore more than 300 ports of calls on six continents such as Tahiti, the Panama Canal, Europe, the Caribbean, Alaska, the South Pacific or even Antarctica.

Seabourn Cruise Line: Passengers of the Seabourn Cruise Line can explore exciting ports and relax on the company’s three yacht-like ships. Guests can enjoy complimentary wine and spirits, listen to a lecture program by renowned guests, arrange a golf excursion, relax at the Seabourn Spa, play blackjack at the casino, work out at the fitness center, enjoy a drink at one of the bars or lounges or witness cooking demonstrations. Seabourn also offers an enrichment program that involves inviting amazing individuals from various fields to enlighten and entertain passengers. Family, friends or companies can also charter one of the Yachts of Seabourn to celebrate a special occasion or personal milestone.

Seabourn has become famous for its atmosphere of luxury and amazing service. The cruise line has won many awards, and offers all-suite accommodations that are more elegant than almost any other cruise line. In fact, the cruise line’s amazing vessels are often compared to five-star resorts. Passengers can travel to the Eastern Seaboard, New Zealand, Africa, Southeast Asia, Northern Europe, the Atlantic Isles, the Mediterranean, Canada, the Panama Canal, Costa Rica, South America, Africa, the South Pacific, India, Belize and the Transatlantic.

Silversea Cruises: Passengers of Silversea Cruises can travel on smaller, more intimate ships that offer more space and more personalized service. While on board, guests can watch a culinary demonstration, practice at the putting green, compete in a water volleyball tournament, dance at the nightclubs, play the slots at the casino, practice with a golf pro, relax with a favorite movie or book from the library, enjoy a magic show or listen to a classical recital.

Silversea has become famous for serving the ultra-luxury market with some of the cruise industry’s highest quality ships. Guests are rewarded with open dining plans where they can choose where and when to eat and suites with ocean views and private verandas. The cruise line is also unique by offering all the amenities expected of a large cruise ship while managing to retain the intimacy and personal service of a small vessel. Because of the smaller ships, Silversea can transport passengers in absolute luxury to exotic ports such as the Pacific Coast, Alaska, the Indian Ocean, Mexico, Canada, the Amazon, Northern Europe, the Far East, South America, the Mediterranean and the South Pacific.

Uniworld: Guests on a Uniworld cruise will enjoy many amenities and conveniences that are unexpected for smaller ships. The cruise tour price also includes the majority of shore excursions in the heart of each city, making it a great value. The company offers great choice, value and quality, as well as warm, attentive service. Guests can relax with friends in the lounge, enjoy a spa treatment at the salon, shop for souvenirs or play a game of cards.

Uniworld is famous for comfortable and convenient international river cruising – the cruise line’s ships travel the great rivers of Egypt, Asia and Europe. Guests can relax while exploring the Rhine and Danube Rivers, France, Northern Italy, the Duoro River, Portugal, Spain, Moscow, St. Petersburg, China and the Yangtze River, Amsterdam, Vienna, Budapest, Constanta and the Dutch and Belgian waterways.

Windstar Cruises: Since the mid 1980s, guests of a Windstar Cruise have been relaxing on romantic masted ships called masted-sail-yachts. Passengers can enjoy a unique cruise experience in an atmosphere of casual elegance featuring exquisite service and exceptional cuisine. They can learn poke tips at the casino, relax at the WindSpa, take scuba diving lessons or participate in a wide variety of activities on the watersports deck. The cruise line visits many exotic destinations that are not usually included as ports of call. Windstar Cruises also provides the unique opportunity for companies to charter one of their ships and proudly display their company flag with Windstar’s. Corporate passengers can and, enjoy a cocktail party, afternoon beach barbeques, evening galas and complimentary watersports.

The word that comes to mind when you think of Windstar Cruises is romantic. The cruise line has become famous for sailing to exotic ports of call inaccessible by larger vessels. Passengers can travel the world to hidden harbors in places such as the Far East, the Caribbean or the Mediterranean.

Amadeus Waterways: Passengers of Amadeus Waterways can enjoy the ultimate in modern river cruising luxury. Although the company is based in the US, it specializes in European river cruises. Since 2006, the cruise line has offered more amenities than any other European river cruise ship. Every room has a view of the river and 82% feature large French balconies. Guests are greeted with a welcome reception, and they can enjoy champagne breakfasts, complimentary wine, beer, soda, espresso and cappuccinos, daily bottled water and all-inclusive tour packages during their vacation. The Panorama Lounge features exciting performances such as local folklore dancers or musicians performing classical selections. Adventurous individuals can use bicycles to explore the various villages and towns while on shore, and participate in daily entertainment, dancing, lectures and theme dinners onboard. Children pay the same rate as adults and must share a cabin with an adult if they are under 18.

Amadeus Waterways cruise line is known for luxurious river cruising. You can enjoy the convenience and comfort of exploring scenic rivers in intimate group settings. The ships are newer and more modern than other European river cruise ships. They also carry a maximum of 150 passengers, rather than the 1000-2000 passengers on larger ocean cruise liners. You can view the most treasured landmarks of Europe, Egypt or Russia from your comfortable floating hotel.

Azamara Cruises: Azamara has been offering travelers a new way to see the world since 2007. The company’s two smaller ships are able to enter exotic ports most larger ships can’t access. The ships are intelligently designed with all of amenities you could possibly want, including butler service in every stateroom. Guests can enjoy fine cuisine, yoga classes, live nightly entertainment, in-suite spa treatments or enrichment programs that include everything from culinary classes to photographic explorations. Other options include shopping, relaxing in one of the lounges, gambling in the casino, participating in an art auction, competing in the game show Star Struck or watching a hot show in the elegant showroom. Couples can also book a wedding or vow renewal package. Passengers under 21 must share a stateroom with an adult, except for minor children who are sharing an adjacent stateroom with a parent or guardian.

Azamara Cruises has become synonymous with deluxe cruising and out-of-the-ordinary destinations. The entire crew is dedicated to providing exception service and ensuring your vacation is a pleasant and memorable experience. Passengers can visit South America, the Panama Canal, Europe, Asia, the Caribbean, Bermuda, Europe and Antarctica.

SeaDream Yacht Club: As soon as you board a SeaDream yacht, you’ll experience the ultimate in pampering, five-star personalized service and five-star cuisine. The smaller yachts enable passengers to visit intimate ports and harbors inaccessible to larger cruise ships. A maximum of 55 couples are catered to by a crew of 95. All staterooms include an ocean view, personal refreshment bar and 24-hour room service.

While on board, guests can relax on a Balinese dream bed, try their luck at a casino, work out at the gym or practice their swing with a golf simulator featuring 30 championship courses. The cruise line also includes the SeaDream Spa, the only Thai-certified spa at sea where guests can relax with luxurious spa treatments. Passengers can also kayak, explore the land on a mountain bike, relax on a hammock, snorkel with exotic tropical fish, go sailing on a Sunfish or enjoy exciting water sports such as wakeboarding, waterskiing or jet skiing. Groups can charter the SeaDream I or II luxury yacht for special occasions or corporate functions.

SeaDream is known for the unique, luxury cruising experience if offers its passengers. The family-owned boutique yacht company has been rated the World’s Best Small Passenger Shipping Line in 2006 and the World’s Best Top Scoring Cruise Line in 2007 by Condé Nast. Passengers can visit exotic ports of calls in the Caribbean, Europe, the Mediterranean and the Transatlantic.

Peter Dielmann Cruises: Peter Dielmann offers comfortable 100+ passenger ships where guests can enjoy the breathtaking scenery or relax in the spacious lounges. The company operates a fleet of ten river boats, a barkentine and two ocean-going cruise ships. Guests have been treated to delicious cuisine, comfortable cabins and personalized service for more than 25 years. Delightful sightseeing excursions are also options where you can take a walking tour of European cities, shop at charming boutiques, enjoy a drink at a local pub or visit historic towns and villages.

Peter Dielmann is an award-winning company known for its affordable luxury river cruises. Passengers can explore the great rivers of Europe such as the Oder, Elbe, Rhone, Seine, Moselle, Douro, Danube and Rhine. It’s possible to experience several different countries, and many unique river landscapes during one relaxing river cruise. The company also offers special interest golf, wine, wellness, hiking, equestrian, music, and cycling and garden-themed cruises.

Viking River Cruises: Since 1997, passengers of Viking River Cruises have been enjoying outstanding service, delicious gourmet cuisine and comfortable accommodations. The company’s unique Viking ships contain the ultimate in world-class amenities and accommodations. Viking has received the World’s Best award by Travel + Leisure and was voted Best River Cruise Line by for two consecutive years. The company can arrange exciting onshore excursions with knowledgeable English-speaking Viking guides and deluxe hotel accommodations. Almost every itinerary includes at least one stop at an enticing port of call every day where the ship will usually dock in the heart of a town. With only 150-300 passengers per ship, travelers can experience a more intimate setting and more personalized service.

Viking River Cruises is known for its affordable and comfortable all-inclusive river cruises. With a fleet of 18 deluxe ships, 35 unique cruises and more destinations than any other river cruise line, Viking has become the world’s leading river cruise company. The company is renowned for adopting the Swiss hotel management standards of service.

Passengers can visit the most famous rivers of Europe visiting ports such as Budapest, Cologne, Vienna, Paris, Avignon, Berlin, Prague, Bad Schandau, Würzburg, Regensburg, Linz, Bratislava, Amsterdam, Nuremberg and Rothenburg. Some of the popular China ports include Beijing, Shanghai, Chongqing, Xian, Three Gorges, Great Wall, Wuhan, Suzhou, Nanjing, Jingzhou and Dongting Lake. Travelers can also visit exciting ports of call in Russia and the Ukraine such as Goritzy, Kizhi, Moscow, St. Petersburg, Yaroslavl, Kiev, Odessa, Yalta and the Moscow Canal.

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Cruises lines from all over the world are listed below. Enjoy browsing their offerings, and come back and contact us when you find your ideal cruise line vacation. Can’t find exactly what you want? Just ask us for help in finding your dream cruise line package!

Cruise Line WebSites River Cruises Sailing Ships
Abercrombie & Kent
American Canadian Caribbean Line
American Cruise Line
American West Steamboat Co.
American Safari Cruises
Azamara Cruises
Blue Lagoon Cruises – FIJI
Blount Small Ship Adventures
Canodros Cruises
Carnival Cruise Line
Celebrity Cruises
Club Med
Continental Waterways
Costa Cruise Lines
Cruise West
Crystal Cruises
Cunard Line
Delta Queen Steamboat Co.
DFDS Seaways
Disney Cruise Line
Easy Cruises
Expedition Cruises
Enrichment Voyages
European Waterways
Fred.Olsen Cruise Lines
French Country Waterways
Global Quest/Odessamerica
Great Lakes Cruise Co.
Hapag Lloyd Cruises
Hebridean International Cruises
Holland America Line
Imperial Majesty Cruise Line
Island Cruises
Jazz Cruises
Lindblad Expeditions
Louis Cruise Lines
Metropolitan Touring
Monarch Classic Cruises
MSC Italian Cruises
Norwegian Coastal Voyages/Bergen Line/HURTIGRUTEN
Norwegian Cruise Line
Orient Lines
P&O Cruises
Paul Gauguin Luxury Cruise
Pearl Seas Cruises
Peter Deilmann EuropAmerica Cruises
Princess Cruises
Pullmantur Cruises
Quark Expeditions
Regent Seven Seas Cruises
RiverBarge Excursion Lines
Royal Caribbean International
Royal Olympic Cruises
Sea Cloud Cruises
SeaDream Yacht Club
Silja Line and Tallink Ferries
Silversea Cruises
Star Clippers
Star Cruises
St. Lawrence Cruise Lines
Un-Cruise Cruise Lines
The Steps of Paul Christian Cruises
Sterling – Mediterranean Cruises
Swan Hellenic
The World’s Leading Cruise Lines
Thomson Cruises, UK
Transocean Cruises, UK
Uniworld Cruises
Valef Yachts
Victoria Cruises
Viking River Cruises
Voyages of DISCOVERY, Discovery Cruise Line
Voyages of Antiquity
Windjammer Cruises
Windstar Cruises
World Explorer Cruises
Yachts of Seabourn
Amadeus Waterways
American West Steamboat Co.
CroisiEurope-Alsace Croisieres
Cruise West
Delta Queen Steamboat
Elegant Cruises and Tours
French Country Waterways
Hotel Barge Meanderer
Imperial River Cruises
Jewel River Cruises
KD River Cruises
Orient-Express Trains & Cruises
Orthodox Cruise Company
Pandaw Cruises
RiverBarge Excursion LinesAmadeus Luftner Cruises
Sea Cloud & River Cloud Cruises
Scylla Tours
St. Lawrence Cruise Lines
Tauck Riverboat CruisesUniworld River Cruises
Variety Cruises – Upscale Mega Yachts
Victoria CruisesViking River Cruises
Compagnie du Ponant
Festiva Sailing Elite Island Yachts
Sea Cloud Cruises
Star Clippers
Tall Ship Adventures
Windjammer Barefoot Cruises
WindStar Cruises
The Cruiselines and their Cruise Ships (who owns what), No links:ABERCROMBIE & KENT (UK)
Sunboat III
Sunboat IV
Safari Quest
Explorer II
Yangzi ExplorerAMA WATERWAYS (US)
La Marguerite
Empress of the North
Columbia Queen
American Queen
Wind Song
Wind Spirit
Wind Star
American Eagle
American Glory
American Spirit
American Star
Queen of the West
RMS St. Helena
Grigoriy MikheevANTARCTIC SHIPPING SA (Santiago, Chile)
Antarctic Dream
UshuaiaAQUA EXPEDITIONS (Lima, Peru)
Avalon Creativity
Avalon Felicity
Avalon Luminary
Avalon Affinity
Avalon Scenery
Avalon Imagery
Avalon Tranquility
Avalon Tapestry
Avalon Artistry
Grande Mariner
Grande Caribe
Niagara PrinceBLUE LAGOON CRUISES(Fiji Islands)
Mystique Princess
Nanuya Princess
Fiji Princess

Victoria Cruziana
Victoria Amazonica
Victoria Regia
Abel Tasman
Prinses Christina



Carnival Cruise Line (Miami, FL)
Carnival Destiny
Carnival Ecstasy
Carnival Elation
Carnival Fantasy
Carnival Fascination
Carnival Imagination
Carnival Inspiration
Carnival Paradise
Carnival Sensation
Carnival Triumph
Carnival Victory
Carnival Spirit
Carnival Pride
Carnival Legend
Carnival Conquest
Carnival Glory
Carnival Miracle
Carnival Valor
Carnival Liberty
Carnival Freedom
Carnival Splendor
Carnival Dream

Costa Crociere (Genoa, Italy and Miami, FL)
Costa Deliziosa
Costa Luminosa
Costa Pacifica
Costa Victoria
Costa Europa
Costa Mediterranea
Costa Fortuna
Costa Magica
Costa Concordia
Costa Serena

Cunard Line
Queen Elizabeth 2
Queen Mary 2
Queen Victoria

Seabourn Cruise Line
Seabourn Sojourn
Seabourn Legend
Seabourn Odyssey
Seabourn Pride
Seabourn Spirit

Holland America Line (Seattle, WA)
Nieuw Amsterdam

P&O Cruises (London, UK)
Emerald Princess

P&O Cruises Australia (Australia)
Pacific Dawn
Pacific Jewel
Pacific Sun

Princess Cruises (London, UK and Los Angeles, CA)
Pacific Princess
Ocean Princess
Dawn Princess
Grand Princess
Sun Princess
Golden Princess
Star Princess
Coral Princess
Island Princess
Diamond Princess
Caribbean Princess
Sapphire Princess
Sea Princess
Crown Princess
Royal Princess
Ruby Princess

Aida Cruises (Germany)

Grand Voyager
Grand Mistral
Grand Celebration
Grand Holiday


Bahamas Celebration

Victoria I
Victoria II
Victoria III
Victoria V
Victoria VII
Victoria Angel
Victoria Princess
Victoria Pearl
Victoria Blue Whale

Three Kingdoms

Century Sky
Century Sun
Century Star
Century Diamond
Oriental Emperor


Princess Danae
Princess Daphne

CLUB MED(France)

Club Med 2

COMPAGNIE DU PONANT (Marseille, France)
Le Boreal
Le Levant
Le Ponant
Le Diamant

Galapagos Explorer II


Seine Princess
Rhone Princess
Victor Hugo
Gaspard Corte Real
Leonard de Vinci
Ste Odile
Princesse Sissi
La Boheme
Douce France
Van Gogh
Mona Lisa
Vasco de Gama
Fernao de Magalhaes
Belle de Cadiz
Belle de l’Adriatique


Mare Australis
Via Australis

Skorpios I, 74 pax
Skorpios II, 140 pax
Skorpios III, 100 pax


Marco Polo, 826 pax (Former Alexandr Pushkin)

Ocean Countess, 814 pax (Ex Cunard Countess, Awani Dream II, Olympia Countess)
(The two ships are operated under charter)

Monarch (River e coastal cruises)

Lyubov Orlova, 122 pax (After her summer season, Orlova repositions to South America for winter cruises to Antarctica operated by Quark Expeditions )

Spirit of Oceanus
Spirit of Alaska
Spirit of Columbia
Spirit of Discovery
Spirit of ’98
Spirit of Endeavour,
Pacific Explorer (Operated in partnership with Temptress Adventure Cruises)
Spirit of Yorktown
Spirit of Glacier Bay
Sheltered Seas

Disney Magic
Disney Wonder

easyCruise Life
easyCruise 1

ECOVENTURA (Guayaquil – Ecuador)
Flamingo I

Rose of Nile

EUROPEAN RIVER CRUISES (Amsterdam, The Nederlands)


La Belle Epoque
La Reine Pédauque
L’Art de vivre
Scottish Highlander
Shannon Princess
Bona Spes
La Dolce Vita

Black Watch

Horizon II

Grand Circle Travel
River Aria
River Melody
River Adagio
Tikhi Don
Sea Cloud II

Safari Spirit
Safari Escape
Safari Quest
Safari Explorer
Safari Legacy


KLEINTOURS (Quito, Equador)
Galapagos Legend
M/Y Coral I
M/Y Coral II

National Geographic Endeavour
National Geographic Sea Lion
National Geographic Sea Bird
National Geographic Polaris
National Geographic Islander
Sea Voyager
Sea Cloud II
National Geographic Explorer



Louis Hellenic Cruises

Orient Queen
Princesa Cypria


Amadeus Elegant
Amadeus Rhapsody
Amadeus Classic
Amadeus Symphony
Amadeus Princess
Amadeus Royal
Amadeus Diamond


Royal Iris
Golden Iris


Blue Monarch
Ocean Countess

MSC CRUISES (Naples, Italy)

MSC Magnifica
MSC Splendida
MSC Fantasia
MSC Lirica
MSC Armonia
MSC Opera
MSC Musica
MSC Orchestra
MSC Poesia

Santa Cruz
Isabela II
Flotel Orellana

CHINA REGAL CRUISES (Wuhan in China and San Gabriel, CA)
Princess Jeannie
Princess Elaine
Princess Sheena

Asuka II

Crystal Cruises (Los Angeles, CA)

Crystal Symphony
Crystal Serenity

Tu Moana
Tia Moana




Richard With
Kong Harald





Oberoi Vrinda
Oberoi Zahra
Oberoi Philae


East King
East Queen



Pandaw II
Tonle Pandaw
Mekong Pandaw
Pandaw IV
Orient Pandaw

Princesse de Provence
Frederic Chopin

Swiss Crystal
Swiss Coral
Swiss Tiara

Polar Star

President No 1
President No 3
President No 4
President No 5
President No 6

Oceania Cruises (Miami)


Regent Seven Seas Cruises (Ex Radisson Seven Seas Cruises)(Fort Lauderdale, FL)

Paul Gauguin
Seven Seas Navigator
Seven Seas Mariner
Seven Seas Voyager


Royal Caribbean International
Celebrity Cruises (Miami, FL)
Celebrity Eclipse
Celebrity Equinox
Celebrity Infinity
Celebrity Summit
Celebrity Constellation
Celebrity Solstice
Celebrity Xpedition
Celebrity Xpedition

Azamara Club Cruises
Azamara Journey
Azamara Quest

Royal Caribbean International (Miami, FL)
Oasis of the Seas
Grandeur of the Seas
Legend of the Seas
Majesty of the Seas
Monarch of the Seas
Rhapsody of the Seas
Splendour of the Seas
Vision of the Seas
Enchantment of the Seas
Voyager of the Seas
Explorer of the Seas
Radiance of the Seas
Adventure of the Seas
Brilliance of the Seas
Navigator of the Seas
Serenade of the Seas
Mariner of the Seas
Jewel of the Seas
Freedom of the Seas
Liberty of The Seas
Independence of the Seas

Pullmantur Cruceros (Spain)
Pacific Dream

CDF Croisiéres de France
Bleu de France

TUI Cruises (Germany)
Mein Schiff

SAGA HOLIDAYS (UK, U.S. office in Boston, MA)

Spirit of Adventure
Spirit of Adventure

Saga Cruises

Saga Ruby
Saga Pearl II


Scenic Emerald
Scenic Sapphire
Scenic Diamond
Scenic Ruby

SCYLLA TOURS (Basel, Switzerland)
Swiss Pearl
Swiss Crystal
Swiss Crown
Swiss Coral
Swiss Diamond
Switzerland II
Swiss Ruby
Swiss Corona
Swiss Emerald
Swiss Gloria
Swiss Tiara

SEA CLOUD CRUISES(Germany, U.S. office in Parsippany, NJ)
Sea Cloud
Sea Cloud II
River Cloud
River Cloud II


SeaDream I
SeaDream II


Silver Spirit
Silver Shadow
Silver Cloud
Silver Whisper
Silver Wind
Prince Albert II
Sonesta Star Goddess
Sonesta Moon Goddess
Sonesta Sun Goddess
Sonesta Nile Goddess
Sonesta St. George I

STAR CLIPPERS (Coral Gables, FL)
Royal Clipper
Star Clipper
Star Flyer


STAR CRUISES (Singapore and Port Klang, Malaysia)
Star Pisces
Superstar Virgo
MegaStar Taurus
MegaStar Aries
SuperStar Libra
SuperStar Aquarius

Norwegian Cruise Line (Miami, FL)

Norwegian Epic
Norwegian Sky
Norwegian Gem
Norwegian Spirit
Norwegian Sun
Norwegian Majesty
Norwegian Dream
Norwegian Star
Norwegian Dawn
Norwegian Jewel
Norwegian Pearl
Norwegian Jade
Pride of America


Explorer II
Hebridean Princess
Hebridean Spirit


Swiss Emerald
Swiss Diamond
Swiss Sapphire
Swiss Jewel

Temptress Explorer
Lady Anne


The American Queen Sternwheeler

The World


Marco Polo

Thomson Cruises (UK)

The Emerald
Thomson Spirit
Thomson Celebration
Thomson Destiny
The Calypso

Island Cruises
Island Escape
Island Star

Quark Expeditions(Darien, CT)
Professor Multanovskiy
Professor Molchanov
Kapitan Khlebnikov
Sapik Ittuk

UNIWORLD BOUTIQUE RIVER CRUISE COLLECTION (Los Angeles, California and Basel, Switzerland)
River Beatrice
River Ambassador
River Duchess
River Queen
River Empress
River Princess
River Countess
River Baroness
River Royale
Douro Queen
Douro Spirit
River Antoinette
River Victoria
M.S. Prince Abbas
River Tosca

River Discovery

VARIETY CRUISES (Athens, Greece)
M/S Viking Star
M/Y Zeus II
Harmony G
Harmony V

Victoria Jenna
Victoria Queen
Victoria Star
Victoria Prince
Victoria Empress
Victoria Katarina
Victoria Rose
Victoria Anna

VIKING RIVER CRUISES (Woodland Hills, California and Basel in Switzerland)
Viking Legend
Viking Seine
Viking Burgundy
Viking Danube
Viking Pride
Viking Europe
Viking Spirit
Viking Neptune
Viking Sky
Viking Sun
Viking Schumann
Viking Helvetia
Viking Fontane
Viking Primadonna

Viking Kirov
Viking Pakhomov
Viking Lavrinenkov
Viking Surkov
Viking Peterhof

Viking Century Sky
Viking Century Sun

Voyages Of Discovery
Explorer II

S.S. Universe Explorer

WT-CRUISES (Rotterdam, Holland)
Mr. Jan Elshout
Elegant Lady

Achille Lauro StarLauro Cruises 1947 23,629 Sunk. Built between 1939 and 1947 as the Willem Ruys, a passenger liner for Rotterdamsche Lloyd. Began service as the Achille Lauro for StarLauro Cruises since 1965. She is most remembered for her 1985 hijacking. In 1994, the ship caught fire and sank in the Indian Ocean off Somalia.
Adonia Azamara 2001 30,277 Operating. Began operation in 2001 as the R Eight for Renaissance Cruises, in 2003 as the Minerva II for Swan Hellenic, in 2007 as the Royal Princess for Princess Cruises, and in 2011 as the Adonia. Transferred to fathom in 2016. Returned to P&O in 2018, before being sold to Azamara as the Azamara Pursuit.
Adriana Adriana Shipping 1972 4,490 Scrapped in 2019. Began operation in 1972 as the Aquarius for Hellenic Mediterranean Lines, Adriana (1987–2008), Adriana III (2008–2010).
Adventure of the Seas Royal Caribbean International 2001 137,276 Operating
Aegean Goddess Cruise & Maritime Voyages 1994 55,819 Operating. Formerly Ryndam, Pacific Aria
Aegean Majesty Optimum Shipmanagement Service 1996 55,451 Operating; Formerly Veendam
Aegean Odyssey Voyages to Antiquity 1973 11,563 Operating. Formerly, the ferry Narcis for Zim Lines, the Aegean Dolphin in 1986 for Dolphin Hellas, and the Aegean I in 1996, while chartered to Renaissance Cruises. Since 2009, the Aegean Odyssey.
Aegean Paradise New Century Cruise Line 1990 23,287 Operating. Formerly, Orient Venus, Cruise One, Delphin Voyager, Hainan Empress, Happy Dolphin.
AIDAaura AIDA Cruises 2003 42,289 Operating
AIDAbella AIDA Cruises 2008 69,203 Operating
AIDAblu AIDA Cruises 2010 71,304 Operating
AIDAcosma AIDA Cruises 2022 Operating
AIDAdiva AIDA Cruises 2007 69,203 Operating
AIDAluna AIDA Cruises 2009 69,203 Operating
AIDAmar AIDA Cruises 2012 71,300 Operating
AIDAnova AIDA Cruises 2018 Operating
AIDAperla AIDA Cruises 2017 125,572 Operating
AIDAprima AIDA Cruises 2016 125,572 Operating
AIDAsol AIDA Cruises 2011 71,304 Operating
AIDAstella AIDA Cruises 2013 71,304 Operating
AIDAvita AIDA Cruises 2002 42,289 Sold to an unknown owner
Albatros Royal Viking Cruises 1973 20,018 Scrapped in 2021 in Alang India
Allure of the Seas Royal Caribbean International 2010 225,282 Operating
Amadea Phoenix Reisen 1991 28,856 Operating. Originally the Asuka for Nippon Yusen Kaisha, sold in 2006 to Amadea Shipping Co., and now under charter to Phoenix Reisen.
Ambience Ambassador Cruise line 2007 69,845 Operating. Formerly: Regal Princess, Pacfic Dawn, Satoshi.
American Eagle American Cruise Lines 2000 Defunct as a cruise ship. Permanently moored at Chesapeake Shipbuilding as housing for contractors.
American Glory American Cruise Lines 2002 Sunk as an artificial reef
Amerikanis Chandris Line / Costa Cruises 1952 17,041 Scrapped. Originally, the Kenya Castle for Union-Castle Line. Sold to Chandris Line in 1967, and renamed the Amerikanis, leased to Costa Cruises from 1980 to 1984. Laid up in 1996 and scrapped in 2001.
Anthem of the Seas Royal Caribbean International 2015 168,666 Operating
Aranui 3 CPTM 1959 3,800 Defunct. Operating passenger freight cruise line to the Marquesas Islands from Tahiti, became the portal to the Marquesas and cruise ship in 1990 with the Aranui II in addition to the freight services to the Marquesas, Aranui III began cruising in 2003 and was replaced by the Aranui V in early 2015.
Aranui 5 CPTM 2015 7,500 Operating
Arcadia P&O Cruises 2004 86,799 Operating
Arosa Kulm Arosa Line 1919 8,929 Scrapped. Formerly built in 1919 by American International Shipbuilding Corp., Hog Island, Pennsylvania. Then sold in 1924 for American Merchant Lines, then in 1934 transferred to United States Lines, then in 1940 sold to Société Maritime Anversoise, then in Belgium renamed Ville d’Anvers, then in 1945 returned to USL, then in 1946 it was transferred to Isbrandtsen Line renamed City of Athens, then in 1947 sold to Incres Line renamed Protea, then in 1952 it was sold to Arosa Line renamed Arosa Kulm, then in 1959 it was scrapped at Bruges.[2] Arosa Star Arosa Line 1931 9,070 Grounded. Originally a liner, the Borinquen (1931), renamed Puerto Rico in 1949, Arosa Star in 1954, Bahama Star in 1959, La Jenelle in 1969, grounded 13 April 1970 in California.
Arosa Sun Arosa Line 1929 Scrapped. Originally a liner, the Félix Roussel (1929), renamed Arosa Sun in 1955. Sold in 1960 and used as a hotel ship. Scrapped in 1974.[2] Artania Phoenix Reisen 1984 44,348 Operating. Originally, the Royal Princess, transferred as Artemis in 2005, sold in 2009, and renamed in 2011 as Artania.
Arvia P&O Cruises 2022 184,700 Joint-largest cruise ship ever built for P&O Cruises and the UK market.[3] Originally planned for the first half of 2022,[4] but delayed to December 2022 as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic[5] Assedo Kaalbye Shipping International 1968 19,361 Scrapped. Originally the Shota Rustaveli, sold in 2000 as the Assedo. Scrapped in 2003.
Astor Cruise & Maritime Voyages 1987 20,606 Scrapped. Originally, the Astor, renamed Feodor Dostojevskiy in 1998, returned to Astor in 1995 Sold for scrap in 2020
Astoria Grande Aquilon Shipping Co 1996 38,531 Operating. Formerly AIDA, AIDAcara
Asuka II Nippon Yusen Kaisha 2006 50,142 Operating. Formerly Crystal Harmony.
Atlantic Star Pullmantur Cruises 1984 46,000 Scrapped under name Antic in 2013 at Alia?a, Turkey. Ex-Pacific Sky, Sky Princess, Sky Wonder, built as Fairsky.
Aurora P&O Cruises 2000 76,000 Operating
Ausonia Louis Cruise Lines 1956 11,879 Beached for scrapping in March 2010
Azamara Journey Azamara Cruises 2007 30,277 Operating. Formerly R six for Renaissance Cruises until 2000, Blue Dream for Pullmantur Cruises until 2005.
Azamara Quest Azamara Cruises 2007 30,277 Operating. Formerly R seven for Renaissance Cruises until 2000, Blue Moon for Pullmantur Cruises until 2005.
Azura P&O Cruises 2010 116,000 Operating
Bahamas Celebration Celebration Cruise Line 2008 35,483 Scrapped. Formerly, the MS Prinsesse Ragnhild (1981–2008) sold and renamed in 2008, irreparably damaged in a grounding incident in 2014, sold for scrap in 2015.
Balmoral Fred. Olsen Cruise Lines 2007 43,537 Operating. Formerly: Norwegian Crown, Crown Odyssey.
Barcelona Companhia Colonial de Navegacao 1961 23,306 Operated as Infante Dom Henrique until 1975, then operated as a floating hotel until 1988, sold and brought back as a cruise ship under the name Vasco da Gama (1988–91), sold and renamed SeaWind Crown (1991–2002), laid up in 2002, sold and renamed Barcelona, sent to the breakers in India in 2004
Belofin I AG Belofin Investments of Liechtenstein 1970 18,017 Formerly: the SS Monterey (1932–1953), the SS Matsonia (1954–63), and the SS Lurline (1963–1970), SS Britanis (1970–1998) chartered to the US Government as an accommodation ship (1994), laid up in (1996), sold and renamed Belofin I (1998), sold for scrap and sank off the Cape of Good Hope while en route to the breakers in 2000.
Bianca C. Costa Line 1944 18,427 Sunk in 1961.
Birka Stockholm Birka Line 2004 34,924 Operating. Originally the Birka Paradise.
Black Watch Fred. Olsen Cruise Lines 1996 28,613 Scrapped 2022 in Alang. Formerly: Star Odyssey, Westward, Royal Viking Star.
Bolette Fred. Olsen Cruise Lines 2000 61,000 Operating. Formerly Amsterdam
Bore Steamship Company Bore 1960 4,295 Hotel and museum ship in Turku Finland. Formerly: Bore, Borea, Kristina Regina, changed back to Bore.
Borealis Fred. Olsen Cruise Lines 1997 61,849 Operating. Formerly Rotterdam
Boudicca Fred. Olsen Cruise Lines 2006 28,388 Operating. Formerly: Grand Latino, Superstar Capricorn, Hyundai Keumgang, Golden Princess, Sunward, Birka Queen, Royal Viking Sky. Scrapped 2021 Aliaga,
Braemar Fred. Olsen Cruise Lines 2001 19,089 Operating. Formerly: Crown Dynasty, Norwegian Dynasty, Crown Majesty, Cunard Crown Majesty.
Brahe Saimaan Matkaverkko Ltd 2010 1,105 Operating. Formerly: MS Kristina Brahe, USS PCE 830, HMS Kilchrenan, Sunnhordland.
Bremen Hapag-Lloyd Cruises 1993 6,753 Operating
Brilliance of the Seas Royal Caribbean International 2002 90,090 Operating
Britannia P&O Cruises 2015 143,730 Operating
Caly Louis Cruise Lines 1967 11,162 Scrapped in 2013. Originally, the Canguro Verde, formerly 1981–1989: Durr, 1989–1990: Ionian Harmony, 1990–1993: Sun Fiesta, 1993–1994: Regent Jewel, 1994–2007: Calypso, 2007–2013: The Calypso
Canberra P&O 1961 49,073 Scrapped in 1997
Caribbean Princess Princess Cruises 2020 112,894 Operating
Carnival Breeze Carnival Cruise Line 2012 130,000 Operating
Carnival Celebration Carnival Cruise Line 2022 180,000 Delivery 2023, LNG powered
Carnival Conquest Carnival Cruise Line 2002 110,000 Operating
Carnival Dream Carnival Cruise Line 2009 130,000 Operating
Carnival Ecstasy Carnival Cruise Line 1991 70,367 Operating. Originally, the Ecstasy
Carnival Elation Carnival Cruise Line 1998 70,367 Operating. Originally, the Elation
Carnival Fantasy Carnival Cruise Line 1990 70,367 Originally, the Fantasy. Scrapped in 2020
Carnival Fascination Carnival Cruise Line 1994 70,367 Originally, the Fascination. scrapped in 2022 as the Century Harmony in Gadani
Carnival Freedom Carnival Cruise Line 2007 110,000 Operating
Carnival Glory Carnival Cruise Line 2003 110,000 Operating
Carnival Horizon Carnival Cruise Line 2018 133,596 Operating
Carnival Imagination Carnival Cruise Line 1995 70,367 Originally, the Imagination Scrapped in 2020, Aliaga
Carnival Inspiration Carnival Cruise Line 1996 70,367 Originally, the Inspiration Scrapped in 2020, Aliaga.
Carnival Jubilee (first) Carnival Cruise Line 1986 47,262 Also sailed as P&O Australia Pacific Sun and HNA Cruises Henna.

Scrapped in 2017, Aliaga
Carnival Jubilee (second) Carnival Cruise Line 2023 182,000 Delivery 2023, LNG powered
Carnival Legend Carnival Cruise Line 2002 88,500 Operating
Carnival Liberty Carnival Cruise Line 2005 110,000 Operating
Carnival Magic Carnival Cruise Line 2011 130,000 Operating
Carnival Miracle Carnival Cruise Line 2004 88,500 Operating
Carnival Panorama Carnival Cruise Line 2019 133,868 Operating
Carnival Paradise Carnival Cruise Line 1998 70,390 Operating. Originally, the Paradise
Carnival Pride Carnival Cruise Line 2002 88,500 Operating
Carnival Radiance Carnival Cruise Line 2000 102,000 Operating. Originally, the Carnival Victory (renamed after refit)
Carnival Sensation Carnival Cruise Line 1993 70,367 Scrapped in Aliaga 2022 Originally, the Sensation
Carnival Spirit Carnival Cruise Line 2001 85,900 Operating
Carnival Splendor Carnival Cruise Line 2008 112,000 Operating
Carnival Sunrise Carnival Cruise Line 1999 101,509 Operating
Carnival Sunshine Carnival Cruise Line 2013 102,853 Operating. Originally, the Carnival Destiny (renamed after refit)
Carnival Valor Carnival Cruise Line 2004 110,000 Operating
Carnival Vista Carnival Cruise Line 2015 140,000 Operating
Celebrity Century Celebrity Cruises 1995 71,545 Operating as Marella Discovery 2 since 2015

Originally, the Century
Celebrity Constellation Celebrity Cruises 2002 91,000 Operating. Originally, the Constellation
Celebrity Eclipse Celebrity Cruises 2010 122,000 Operating
Celebrity Equinox Celebrity Cruises 2009 122,000 Operating
Celebrity Infinity Celebrity Cruises 2001 91,000 Operating. Originally, the Infinity
Celebrity Millennium Celebrity Cruises 2000 91,000 Operating. Originally, the Millennium
Celebrity Reflection Celebrity Cruises 2012 126,000 Operating
Celebrity Silhouette Celebrity Cruises 2011 122,000 Operating
Celebrity Solstice Celebrity Cruises 2008 122,000 Operating
Celebrity Summit Celebrity Cruises 2001 91,000 Operating. Originally, the Summit
Celebrity Xpedition Celebrity Cruises 2001 2,842 Operating
Celestyal Crystal Celestyal Cruises 2014 25,611 Operating. Originally, the Viking Saga, formerly: Sally Albatross, Leeward, SuperStar Taurus, Silja Opera, Opera, Cristal, Louis Cristal
China Star China Cruise Company 1992 20,295 Operating. Originally, the Radisson Diamond, sold in 2005 and renamed twice, as the Omar Star and Asia Star. Sold in 2011 as China Star.
Clio Grand Circle Cruises 1998 3,504 Operating. Originally, the Le Levant, formerly: Tere Moana
Clipper Adventurer Clipper Group 1975 4,376 Operating as a charter vessel to several tour companies
Clipper Odyssey Clipper Group 1989 5,218 Operating on a long-term charter to Zegrahm Expeditions
Club Med 2 Club Med 1996 14,983 Operating
Columbus Cruise & Maritime Voyages 1989 63,786 Formerly: Star Princess, Arcadia, Ocean Village, Pacific Pearl scrapped in Alang 2021
Constitution American Hawaii Cruises 1951 23,754 Sank. Formerly sailed in Hawaii with twin ship Independence
Coral Louis Cruise Lines 1975 14,194 Formerly Cunard Adventurer, Sunward II, Triton. Sold for scrap in 2014.
Coral Princess Princess Cruises 2003 91,627 Operating
Costa Allegra Costa Cruises 1992 28,500 Scrapped in 2012
Costa Atlantica Costa Cruises 2000 86,000 Operating
Costa Classica Costa Cruises 1992 52,926 Operating
Costa Concordia Costa Cruises 2006 114,500 Ran aground, capsized and partially sank off Isola del Giglio, Italy in 2012; Salvaged and raised in 2013/2014. Towed to Genoa, Italy for scrapping. Scrapping completed in 2017.
Costa Deliziosa Costa Cruises 2010 92,700 Operating (Hybrid Spirit/Vista Class)
Costa Diadema Costa Cruises 2014 130,000 Operating
Costa Fascinosa Costa Cruises 2012 114,500 Operating
Costa Favolosa Costa Cruises 2011 114,500 Operating
Costa Fortuna Costa Cruises 2003 102,587 Operating
Costa Fortuna Costa Cruises 2003 105,000 Operating
Costa Luminosa Costa Cruises 2009 92,700 Operating (Hybrid Spirit/Vista Class)
Costa Magica Costa Cruises 2004 102,587 Operating
Costa Mediterranea Costa Cruises 2003 86,000 Operating
Costa neoRiviera Costa Cruises 1999 48,200 Operating. Entered service as Mistral for Festival Cruises (1999–2003), formerly Grand Mistral for Ibero Cruises (2003–2013)
Costa neoRomantica Costa Cruises 1993 53,000 scrapped in Gadani 2022 as the Antares Experience
Costa Pacifica Costa Crociere 2009 114,500 Operating
Costa Serena Costa Cruises 2007 115,500 Operating
Costa Victoria Costa Cruises 1996 76,000 Scrapped in 2021, Aliaga
Costa Voyager Costa Cruises 2011 24,391 Operating. Entered service as Olympic Voyager, former Olympia Voyager, Grand Voyager, Voyager, Grand Voyager.
Crown Princess Princess Cruises 2006 113,000 Operating
Crystal Serenity Crystal Cruises 2003 68,870 Operating
Crystal Symphony Crystal Cruises 1995 51,044 Operating
Cunard Ambassador Cunard Line 1972 14,160 Burnt 1974, rebuilt into a livestock carrier, renamed Linda Clausen, later Procyon, Raslan. Scrapped 1984 after a second fire.
Delphin Delphin Seereisen/Hansa Touristik 1993 16,214 Scrapped in 2022 in Aliaga. Formerly: Kazakhstan II, Belorussiya
Diamond Princess Princess Cruises 2004 115,875 Operating
Discovery Voyages of Discovery 2003 20,216 Operating. Formerly: Platinum, Hyundai Pungak, Island Princess, Island Venture
Discovery I Discovery Cruises 1970 Scrapped. First named Bleheim and owned by Fed Olsen Ltd in 1970, then operated under the name Sandinavian Sea by Scandinavian World Cruises in 1981, then renamed Venus Venture in 1985.[6] Disney Dream Disney Cruise Line 2011 128,000 Operating
Disney Fantasy Disney Cruise Line 2012 128,000 Operating
Disney Magic Disney Cruise Line 1998 83,338 Operating
Disney Wish Disney Cruise Line 2022 144,000 Operating
Disney Wonder Disney Cruise Line 1999 85,000 Operating
Dolphin – 1970s Began operation in the late 1990s as Ocean Breeze.
Dolphin IV Dolphin Cruise Line 1979 13,007 Formerly: the Zion (1956–66), the Amélia de Mello (1966–72), the Ithaca (1972–79), operated as the Dolphin IV for the Dolphin Cruise Line (1979–1998) and the Cape Canaveral Cruise Line (1998–2000), laid up in 2000, sent to the breakers in 2003
easyCruiseOne easyCruise 2005 4,077 Laid up since 2008. Formerly: Renaissance Two, The Neptune
Emerald Princess Princess Cruises 2007 113,000 Operating
Empress of Canada CP Ships 1961 27,284 Scrapped. Built as an ocean liner, sold to Carnival Cruise Lines in 1972, and became its first ship, the Mardi Gras. Sold in 1993 to Epirotiki Line, and renamed the Olympic, Star of Texas, unLucky Star and Apollon. Sold for scrap in 2003.
Empress of the Seas Royal Caribbean International 1990 48,563 Operating. Nordic Empress from 1990 – 2004. MS Empress 2008 – 2016. Empress of the Seas 2004 – 2008, 2016 and on.
Enchanted Capri Demar Instaladora y Constructora, S.A de C.V. México 1998 16,331 Currently operating as a hotel ship for oil rigs in the Mexican Gulf – Sold off in 2003 – Formerly: Azerbaihzan, Arkadia, Island Holiday
Enchanted Isle Commodore Cruise Line 1990 23,395 Ended service 2000; scrapped in 2004 as New Orleans
Enchanted Seas Commodore Cruise Line 1990 23,500 Ended service 1995 & scrapped 2004
Enchantment of the Seas Royal Caribbean International 1997 82,910 Operating. Extended in 2005.
Enrico C. / Enrico Costa Costa Crosiere 1965 15,889 Formerly Provence. Ended service 1994; later Symphony, Aegean Spirit, Ocean Glory I, Classica. Scrapped 2001.
Eurodam Holland America Line 2008 86,000 Operating
Europa Hapag-Lloyd Cruises 1999 28,890 Operating
Explorer Dream Dream Cruises 1999 75,338 Operating. Formerly Superstar Virgo of Star Cruises
Explorer of the Seas Royal Caribbean International 2000 138,194 Operating
Fair Princess Princess Cruises 1988 Former Fairsea, built as the ocean liner Carinthia. Ended service 2000. Subsequently, China Sea Discovery. Scrapped 2005.
Fairland Sitmar Cruises 1967 Former ocean liner Carinthia (fate: see neighbouring entries). Name allocated by new owners during lay-up but changed to Fairsea prior to entering Sitmar service.
Fairsea Sitmar Cruises 1971 Former ocean liner Carinthia. Ended operation in 1988. Subsequently, Fair Princess, China Sea Discovery. Scrapped 2005.
Fairsky Sitmar Cruises 1958 12,464 Migrant passenger ship working as part-time cruise ship 1958–73. Full-time cruise ship 1974–77. Scrapped following a fire, 1980.
Fairstar Sitmar Cruises 1964 21,619 Migrant passenger ship working as part-time cruise ship 1964–74, then full-time cruising. Allocated to P&O Australia fleet in 1988. Ended operation in 1997 and scrapped.
Fedor Shalyapin Far East Shipping Company 1971 21,717 Former ocean liner RMS Ivernia, scrapped in Alang, India 2005
Fifty Years of Victory various owners 2009 23,439 Nuclear powered expedition ship. In service.
Fort Victoria Various operators 1912 7,784 Sank on 18 December 1929 after being hit amidships by SS Algonquin
Fram Hurtigruten 2007 11,700 In service.
Franca C Costa Line 1952 Ended service in 1977. Now operated by Gute Bücher für Alle as MV Doulos Phos, a travelling book shop[7] Freedom of the Seas Royal Caribbean International 2006 154,407 Operating
Freewinds Church of Scientology 1986 10,328 Operating; formerly Boheme
Gemini Celestyal Cruises 1995 19,093 Operating. Formerly Cunard Crown Jewel, Superstar Gemini, Vision Star, built as Crown Jewel.
Genting Dream Dream Cruises 2016 150,695 Operating
Glen Massan The Majestic Line 2006 Operating. Formerly a fishing trawler
Glen Tarsan The Majestic Line 2007 Operating. Formerly a fishing trawler.
Golden Horizon Tradewind Voyages 2021 8,770 GT Entered service in 2021. Largest sailing ship ever built.
Golden Iris Mano Maritime 1977 16,852 Operating; formerly Cunard Conquest, Cunard Princess, and Rhapsody, broken up in Aliaga in 2022
Golden Princess Princess Cruises 2001 108,865 Operating
Golden Princess Eurasia International 1967 12,704 Entered service as Finlandia, later Finstarr, for Finnlines. Left service in 1980; renamed successively Instarr, Pearl of Scandinavia, Ocean Pearl, Costa Playa, Oriental Pearl, Joy Wave. Operating since 2000 as MS Golden Princess.
Grand Celebration Bahamas Paradise Cruise Line 1987 47,262 Entered service as Celebration.2008 as Iberocruceros Grand Celebration scrapped 2021 at Alang
Grand Princess Princess Cruises 1998 108,806 Operating
Grandeur of the Seas Royal Caribbean International 1996 73,817 Operating
Gripsholm Swedish America Line 1925 17,944 Combined ocean liner/cruise ship. Ended service 1954. Later Berlin, scrapped 1966.
Gripsholm Swedish America Line 1957 23,191 Combined ocean liner/cruise ship, built as sister ship to the Kungsholm. Sold to Karageorgis Lines in 1975, renamed the Navarino. Sold to Regency Cruises in 1984 as the Regent Sea, operated until 1995. Sunk 2001.[8] Hamburg Plantours 1997 15,000 Operating; formerly Columbus for Hapag-Lloyd
Hanseatic Hamburg Atlantic Line 1958 30,030 Burnt 1966. Formerly ocean liner Empress of Scotland, built as Empress of Japan.
Hanseatic Hanseatic Tours / Hapag-Lloyd Cruises 1993 8,378 Operating
Harmony of the Seas Royal Caribbean International 2016 227,000 Operating
Harmony Princess Polaris Shipping 2012 25,500 Operating. Formerly: Axel Johnson, MS Regent Sun, MS Italia, Costa Marina
Hebridean Princess Hebridean Island Cruises 1989 2,112 Operating
Henna HNA Tourism Cruise 2004 47,000 Formerly: Jubilee, Pacific Sun. Sold for scrap in 2017.
Homeric Home Lines 1954 18,563 Burned 1973. Originally the ocean liner Mariposa.
Horizon Pullmantur Cruises 1990 46,811 Laid up awating scrapping. Formerly Horizon, Island Star, Pacific Dream, Horizon L’Horizon
Icon of the Seas Royal Caribbean International 2023 250,800 Delivery 2023, LNG powered
Independence Atlantic Far East Lines / American Hawaiian Cruises 1951 23,719 Renamed Oceanic Independence (1974–79), renamed the Independence (1982–2006), renamed the Oceanic (2006), sold for scrap in 2008
Independence American Cruise Lines 2010 Operating
Independence of the Seas Royal Caribbean International 2008 154,407 Operating
Insignia Oceania Cruises 1998 30,277 formerly R One, Insignia, Columbus 2
Island Escape Island Cruises 2002 40,132 Sold for scrap in 2018
Island Princess Princess Cruises 2003 92,000 Operating
Island Sky Noble Caledonia 1992 90,600 Operating. Formerly: MS Renaissance Eight, MS Renai II, MS Sky
Ivan Franko Black Sea Shipping Company 1964 19,861 Scrapped 1997 under name Fran
Jewel of the Seas Royal Caribbean International 2004 90,090 Operating
Karnika Jalesh Cruises 1990 70,285 Formerly: Crown Princes (1990-2002) A’Rosa Blu (2002-2004) Aidablu (2004-2007) Ocean Village Two (2007-2009) Pacific Jewl (2009-2019) scrapped at Alang 2021.
Klavdiya Yelanskaya Murmansk Shipping 1977 4,329 Operating.
Knyaz Vladimir Black Sea Cruises 1971 9,159 Operating from 11 June 2017. Built as MS Eagle for Southern Ferries, sailed for Paquet Cruises as the Azur, then for Chandris as The Azur, Eloise, Royal Iris, Roy Star.
Koningsdam Holland America Line 2016 99,500 Operating.
Kristina Regina Kristina Cruises 1988 4,295 No longer operating. Formerly: Bore, Borea. Currently in use, under her former name of MS Bore, as a museum and hotel ship docked permanently Turku, Finland
Kungsholm Swedish American Line 1953 21,164 Sold in 1965. Later Europa, Columbus C.. Sunk 1984.
L’Amant Phoenix Voyages 2009 Built in 2009 by the Vietnamese shipyard, Vuot Song, L’Amant operates on the Mekong River in Vietnam.[9] L’Austral Ponant Cruises 2011 10,700 Operating
Le Boréal Ponant Cruises 2010 10,700 Operating
Le Diamant Ponant Cruises 2004 8,282 Operating; formerly: Song of Flower, Explorer Starship[10] Le Levant Ponant Cruises 1999 3,504 Operating
Le Ponant Ponant Cruises 1991 1,489 Operating
Legacy Windjammer Barefoot Cruises 1997 Cut up for scrap at Puerto Caldera, Costa Rica
Legend of the Seas Royal Caribbean International 1995 70,000 Operating
Leisure World New Century Cruise Lines 1969 16,254 Scrapped in 2021. Formerly: Skyward (1969–1991), Shangri-La World (1991–1992), Asean World (1992), Fantasy World (1992–1993), Leisure World (1993–2021)
Leonardo da Vinci Italian Line 1960 33,340 Ended service in 1978. Scrapped 1982.
Leonid Sobinov Black Sea Shipping Company 1974 21,370 Formerly: Saxonia, Carmania. Ended service 1995. Scrapped 1999.
Liberty of the Seas Royal Caribbean International 2007 154,407 Operating.
Lord of the Glens Magna Carta Steamship Company Ltd 2000 729 Cruises Caledonian Canal and North of Scotland
Louis Olympia Louis Cruise Lines/Thomson Cruises 2005 37,773 Operating. Formerly: Song of America, Sunbird, Thomson Destiny
Lyubov Orlova 1976 4,251 Operated as a charter vessel to several tour companies; sold for scrap to Neptune International Shipping, February 2012. Broke loose under tow from St John’s to the Dominican Republic and was abandoned in international waters off Newfoundland in February, 2013.
Maasdam Holland America Line 1993 55,451 Operating
Macau Success Island Ship 1974 9,848 Operating. Former Omar II, Astra II, built as Golden Odyssey
Magellan Cruise & Maritime Voyages 1985 46,052 Entered service as Holiday, operated 2010–2014 by Ibero Cruises as Grand Holiday, sold for scrap in 2020. Scrapped at Alang in 2021
Majesty of the Oceans Seajets 1992 73,941 Laid up, Formerly: Majesty of the Seas.
Mandalay Sail Windjammer[11] 1982 ting. Formerly operated by Windjammer Barefoot Cruises 585 Operating
Marco Polo Orient Lines / Transocean Tours 1991 22,181 Formerly Alexandr Pushkin, sold for scrap in 2020. Scrapped at Alang in 2021
Mardi Gras Carnival Cruise Line 2021 181,808 Operating
Marella Celebration TUI Cruises/Marella Cruises 2005 33,933 Laid up awating scrapping. Formerly Noordam, Thomson Celebration
Marella Discovery TUI Cruises/Thomson Cruises/Marella Cruises 1996 69,130 Operating. Originally, the Splendour of the Seas, formerly: TUI Discovery
Marella Dream TUI Cruises/Marella Cruises 2010 54,763 Scrapped 2022 in Aliaga. Formerly Homeric, Westerdam, Costa Europa, Thomson Dream
Marella Explorer TUI Cruises/Marella Cruises 2009 76,522 Operating. Formerly owned by Celebrity Cruises (1996–2009); formerly named Galaxy, Celebrity Galaxy, Mein Schiff, Mein Schiff 1
Marella Spirit Louis Cruise Lines/Thomson Cruises/Marella Cruises 2002 33,930 Formerly: Nieuw Amsterdam, Patriot, Nieuw Amsterdam, Spirit, Thomson Spirit. Scrapped at Alang in 2018
Marina Oceania Cruises 2011 66,084 Operating
Mariner of the Seas Royal Caribbean International 2003 138,000 Operating
Maxim Gorkiy Black Sea Shipping Company
Phoenix Reisen 1974 24,981 Ended service November 2008. Formerly Hanseatic, built as Hamburg.
Mein Schiff 1 TUI Cruises 2018 111,500 Operating
Mein Schiff 2 TUI Cruises 2019 111,500 Operating
Mein Schiff 3 TUI Cruises 2014 99,526 Operating
Mein Schiff 4 TUI Cruises 2015 99,526 Operating
Mein Schiff 5 TUI Cruises 2016 98,785 Operating
Mein Schiff 6 TUI Cruises 2017 98,811 Operating
Mein Schiff Herz TUI Cruises 2011 77,302 Operating. Formerly owned by Celebrity Cruises (1997–2011); formerly named Mercury, Celebrity Mercury, Mein Schiff 2
Midnatsol Hurtigruten 2003 Operating
Mikhail Lermontov Black Sea Shipping Company – Hit a reef and sank off Picton, New Zealand in 1986
Minerva Swan Hellenic 2008 12,500 Recommenced operation for Swan Hellenic cruises after leaving Swan Hellenic in 2003
Mona Lisa Holiday Kreuzfahrten 2002 27,670 Formerly Kungsholm,Sea Princess,Victoria,Oceanic II. Scrapped in 2016.
Monarch Pullmantur Cruises 1991 73,941 Operated for Pullmantur after being switched from Royal Caribbean in 2013. Sold for scrap in 2020
Monet Elegant Cruises 1970 Refurbished and designed to serve as a large luxury yacht in 1997.
Monterey MSC Italian Cruises 1990 20,046 A Matson cruise ship constructed from a 1952 C4 Mariner-class hull formerly named Free State Mariner; renamed Monte in 2006 to be broken up for scrap in 2007
MSC Armonia MSC Italian Cruises Post-2001 58,174 Formerly: MS European Vision (2001–2004), currently operating
MSC Divina MSC Italian Cruises 2012 139,400 Operating
MSC Fantasia MSC Italian Cruises 2008 137,936 Operating
MSC Lirica MSC Italian Cruises 2003 58,825 Operating
MSC Magnifica MSC Italian Cruises 2010 93,330 Operating
MSC Melody MSC Italian Cruises 1982 35,143 Retired in January 2013. Later partially sank in layup and was subsequently salvaged. Sold for scrap summer 2018. Formerly: Atlantic, StarShip Atlantic, Melody, Qing
MSC Musica MSC Italian Cruises 2006 89,600 Operating
MSC Opera MSC Italian Cruises 2004 58,058 Operating
MSC Orchestra MSC Italian Cruises 2007 89,600 Operating
MSC Poesia MSC Italian Cruises 2008 93,330 Operating[12] MSC Preziosa MSC Italian Cruises 2013 139,072 Operating
MSC Sinfonia MSC Italian Cruises 2005 58,625 Formerly: MS European Stars (2002–2004), currently operating
MSC Splendida MSC Italian Cruises 2009 137,936 Operating
MV Astoria Brock Pierce 1948 12,165 Operating. Ex- Azores, Athena, Völkerfreundschaft, Volker, Fridtjof Nansen, Italia I, Italia Prima, Valtur Prima, Caribe, built as Stockholm.
MV Ocean Dream Ocean Dream Cruise (Thailand) Co. Ltd. 1970 17,042 Formerly: Seaward, Spirit of London, Sun Princess, Starship Majestic, Southern Cross, Flamenco, New Flamenco, Flamenco I, Ocean Dream IMO 7211517. Abandoned by owners and sank off Laem Chebang Port in Thailand 27 February 2016
National Geographic Endeavour Lindblad Expeditions 1996 3,132 Scrapped, originally, the Marburg, formerly Lindmar, North Star, Caledonian Star, Endeavour,
National Geographic Explorer Lindblad Expeditions 1982 6,167 Operating, originally, the Midnatsol, formerly Midnatsol II, Lyngen
Nautica Oceania Cruises 2005 30,277 Operating. Originally the R Five
Navigator of the Seas Royal Caribbean International 2002 139,999 Operating
Nieuw Amsterdam Holland America Line 2010 86,700 Operating
Noordam Holland America Line 2006 82,500 Operating
Nordkapp Hurtigruten 1996 11,386 Operating
Nordlys Hurtigruten 1993 11,204 Operating
Nordnorge Hurtigruten 1997 11,286 Operating
Norwegian Bliss Norwegian Cruise Line 2018 168,028 Operating
Norwegian Breakaway Norwegian Cruise Line 2013 145,655 Operating
Norwegian Dawn Norwegian Cruise Line 2002 92,250 Operating. Originally to be named SuperStar Scorpio.
Norwegian Epic Norwegian Cruise Line 2010 155,873 Operating
Norwegian Escape Norwegian Cruise Line 2015 165,300 Operating
Norwegian Gem Norwegian Cruise Line 2007 93,530 Operating
Norwegian Getaway Norwegian Cruise Line 2014 145,655 Operating
Norwegian Jade Norwegian Cruise Line 2006 93,558 Operating
Norwegian Jewel Norwegian Cruise Line 2005 93,502 Operating
Norwegian Joy Norwegian Cruise Line 2017 167,725 Operating
Norwegian Pearl Norwegian Cruise Line 2006 93,530 Operating
Norwegian Sky Norwegian Cruise Line 1999 77,104 Renamed in 2003 to Pride of Aloha, and back to Norwegian Sky in 2008 Operating
Norwegian Spirit Norwegian Cruise Line 2004 75,904 Operating. Formerly SuperStar Leo
Norwegian Star Norwegian Cruise Line 2001 91,740 Operating. Originally to be named SuperStar Libra
Norwegian Sun Norwegian Cruise Line 2001 78,309 Operating
Oasis of the Seas Royal Caribbean International 2009 225,282 Operating
Ocean Atlantic 2009 12,798 IMO 8325432, originally built as the ferry Konstantin Chernenko, formerly: Rus (ru), Rus (rebuilt to cruise ship in 2009), SC Atlantic
Ocean Countess Royal Olympic Cruises, Monarch Classic Cruises c. 1997 17,593 Formerly: Cunard Countess, Awani Dream II, Olympia Countess, Lili Marleen, Ruby, Olympic Countess
Ocean Dream Peace Boat 1981 35,190 Scrapped in 2021 in Alang. Formerly: Tropicale, Costa Tropicale, Pacific Star
Ocean Endeavour Fleetpro Ocean 1982 12,688 Operating. Built as Konstantin Siminov for Baltic Shipping. Formerly: Francesca, The Iris, Kristina Katarina, The Iris, Kristina Katarina
Ocean Life easyCruise 2008 9,878 Entered service with easyCruise April 2008. Formerly: easyCruise Life, Farah, The Jasmine, Palmira, Natasha, built as Lev Tolstoy, IMO 7625809
Ocean Majesty Majestic International Cruises 1966 10,417 Operating. Originally, the Juan March, formerly: Sol Christina, Kypros Star, Ocean Majesty, Olympic, Homeric.
Ocean Mist 1956 5,067 Originally, the San Giorgio, formerly: City of Andros, Ocean Islander, Royal Star; sold for scrap in 2012.
Ocean Odyssey Indian Ocean Cruises 1965 4,561 Originally, the Eros, formerly: Jason, Iason; scrapped in 2009
Ocean Odyssey Vantage Cruise Line 2022 8,228 Laid-Up
Ocean Pearl Quail Cruises 1970 19,300 Formerly: Song of Norway, Sundream, Dream Princess, Dream, Clipper Pearl, MS Clipper Pacific, Festival
Ocean Princess Princess Cruises 2009 30,277 Formerly: R Four, Tahitian Princess
Ocean Princess Ocean Cruise Lines 1984 Sank March 1993 in Amazon’
Ocean Star Pacific Ocean Star Cruises 1971 23,149 Operating; formerly: Nordic Prince, Carousel, Arielle, Aquamarine
Oceana P&O Cruises 2003 77,499 Operating. Formerly: Ocean Princess
OceanBreeze Dolphin Cruise Lines / Premier Cruise Line 1992 20,204 Formerly: Southern Cross, Calypso, Calypso I, Azure Seas. Scrapped 2003.
Oceanic Peace Boat 2001 38,772 Scrapped in 2012. Formerly: Oceanic, StarShip Oceanic, Big Red Boat 1
Oceanic Discoverer Coral Princess Cruises 2005 2,000 Formerly: Oceanic Princess
Oceanic Independence American Hawaiian Cruises / American Global Line 1974 23,719 Named formerly (1951–1974) and subsequently renamed (1982–2006) Independence, renamed Oceanic (2006) and then Platinum II (2009), sold for scrap in 2008 but remains in mothballs
Oceanos Starlight Cruises 1952 14,000 Sank off South Africa’s eastern coast on 4 August 1991.
Ola Esmeralda Ola Cruises 1966 11,209 Scrapped 2013. Formerly: Venus and Black Prince.
Oosterdam Holland America Line 2003 81,769 Operating
Oranje Netherland Line / Lauro Lines 1939 20,117 / 24,377 Sunk. Built as a passenger liner, was a hospital ship during WWII. Sold to Lauro Lines in 1964, rebuilt and renamed Angelina Lauro. Destroyed by fire on 30 March 1979, in Charlotte Amalie, St. Thomas. Refloated in July 1979, sank in September 1979 in the Pacific Ocean, while on the way to Taiwan to be scrapped.
Oriana Orient Steam Navigation Company 1973 41,910 Formerly served as an ocean liner. Retired in 1986. Served as a floating hotel until 2002. Damaged in a storm in 2004, then dismantled.
Oriana Astro Ocean 1995 69,153 Operated with P&O Cruises from launch until 2019. Sold to Astro Ocean as Mv Piano Land. Operates as a casino ship for Chinese market.
Orient Queen Louis Cruises 1968 16,000 In 2018, she was sold for scrap, and was broken up at Alang, India on 17 July 2018.
Oriental Dragon Capital Dragon Global Holdings Limited 1972 18,455 Scrapped 2022 in Gadani. Formerly: Sun Viking, SuperStar Sagittarius, Hyundai Pongnae, Omar III, Long Jie
Orion Orion Expedition Cruises 2003 4,000 Originally operated by Travel Dynamics International and transferred to Orion Expedition Cruises in March 2005. Currently operating from Australia.
Ovation of the Seas Royal Caribbean International 2016 168,666 Operating
Pacific Pullmantur Cruises / Viagens CVC / Quail Cruises 2002 19,903 Sold For Scrap. Formerly: Pacific Princess, built as Sea Venture.
Pacific Eden P&O Cruises Australia 1993 55,451 Operating. Formerly MS Statendam.
Pacific Explorer P&O Cruises Australia 1997 77,441 Operating. Formerly Dawn Princess.
Pacific Explorer Cruise West Operating. Formerly: Temptress Explorer
Pacific Princess Princess Cruises / P&O Cruises Australia 2002 30,200 Operating. Formerly: R Three.
Pacific Venus Venus Cruise 1998 26,594 Operating
Pacifique Club Mediterranée 1953 13,473 Destroyed by fire in 1974, scrapped in 1976.
Pallas Athena Epirotiki 1992 20,469 Formerly ocean liner SS Flandre, Carla C, Costa Carla. Destroyed by fire and scrapped in 1994.
Palm Beach Princess Palm Beach Casino Line 1997 6,659 Retired in 2010. Was scrapped in 2015. Formerly” Viking Princess, built as Ilmatar.
Paul Gauguin Regent Seven Seas Cruises 1998 19,200 Operating
Pearl Mist Pearl Sea Cruises 2014 5,109 Operating
Pearl Seaways DFDS 1993 40,022 Operating. Formerly: Athena, Star Aquarius, Langkapuri Star Aquarius, Aquarius MS Pearl of Scandinavia.
Polaris Murmansk Shipping 2005 2,097 Operating. Formerly: Disko, Shearwater, Brand Polaris, Viking Polaris.
Porto Portuscale Cruises 1965 5,888 Scrapped in 2018 in Aliaga. Originally: the Istra, formerly: Astra, Astra I, Arion, Nautilus 2000, Arion
Pride of America NCL America 2005 80,000 Operating
Princess Daphne Classic International Cruises 2008 15,833 Scrapped 2014 under the name Daphne. Originally, the Port Sydney, formerly Akrotiri Express, Daphne, Switzerland, Ocean Odyssey, Ocean Monarch
Prinsendam Holland America Line 1988 38,000 Operating. Formerly: Seabourn Sun, built as Royal Viking Sun.
Quantum of the Seas Royal Caribbean International 2014 168,666[13] Operating, cruise ship
Queen Elizabeth Cunard Line 2010 92,000 Operating, cruise ship
Queen Mary 2 Cunard Line 2004 148,528 Operating, ocean liner and cruise ship
Queen Victoria Cunard Line 2007 90,000 Operating, cruise ship
Radiance of the Seas Royal Caribbean International 2001 90,090 Operating
Red Boat Costa Crosiere 1966 30,567 Ended service 1997. Later Edinburgh Castle, The Big Red Boat II. Sold for scrap 2005.
Regal Empress Imperial Majesty Cruises 1993 23,979 Formerly: SS Olympia (1953–81), Caribe (1981–83), and Caribe I (1983–93). Laid up and sold for scrap in 2009
Regal Princess Princess Cruises 2014 142,229 Operating
Regatta Oceania Cruises 2003 30,277 Operating. Formerly: Insignia; built as R Two.
Regent Sea Regency Cruises 1957 23,191 Originally Gripsholm. Operated as the first cruise ship for Regency Cruises, from 1984 to 1995.[8] Rembrandt Premier Cruises 1997 Seized by creditors in September 2000 which ended her service. Under restoration restored in Germany in 2006. See Rotterdam.
Renaissance Paquet Cruises 1966 On her way to an Indian scrapyard.[when?] Rhapsody of the Seas Royal Caribbean International 1997 78,491 Operating
RIO Rio Cruises 1971 16,710 Formerly: Southward, Seawing, Perla, and Aegean Pearl. Has been sold at auction in Ashdod, Israelfor US$4.8 million to undisclosed buyers. The ship, which is now[when?] reportedly at Piraeus, has been laid up since May 2011.
Ritz Carlton The Ritz-Carlton Hotel Company 2019 Planned
Riviera Oceania Cruises 2012 66,084 Operating
RMS Andes Royal Mail Lines 1939 27,000 Scrapped. Built as liner for South American trade. Troopship 1939–1945, then reverted to liner, becoming a cruise ship in 1959 and scrapped in 1971.[1] RMS Franconia Cunard Line 1963 21,717 Scrapped Alang, India 2005
RMS Mauretania Cunard Line 1906 31,938 Scrapped at Rosyth in 1935
RMS Mauretania II Cunard Line 1938 35, 738 Scrapped at Ward’s Shipbreaking in 1965
RMS Olympic White Star Line 1911 45,324 Retired at Southampton after 24 years service & scrapped. Superstructure dismantled at Jarrow, England, and the hull at Inverkeithing, Scotland.
Rotterdam Holland America Line 1959 38,650 Sold to Premier Cruises in 1997. Withdrawn from service in 2000. A foundation was created in 2001 whose ongoing effort is to find a new vocation for the ship in Rotterdam. As of 2010, the ship is used as a recreational and tourist attraction in the city of Rotterdam.
Royal Clipper Star Clippers 2000 5,000 Operating
Royal Pacific Sophlex Ship Managers 1967 9,805 Capsized in Taiwan’s Kaohsiung harbor in 2005.[14] Built as Las Palmas de Gran Canaria in 1967, formerly: Crown del Mar, Don Juan, Riviera I
Royal Pacific Starlite Pre-1992 Sank, formerly: Empress of Australia
Royal Princess Princess Cruises 2013 142,714 Operating
Ruby Princess Princess Cruises 2008 116,000 Operating
Running on Waves 88parsec 2011 634 Operating
Ryndam Holland America Line 1994 55,451 Transferred November 2015 to P&O Cruises Australia as Pacific Aria
Saga Rose Saga Cruises 1965 24,474 Sold for scrap in May 2010; formerly Gripsholm, built as Sagafjord
Saga Sapphire Saga Cruises 1981 37,301 Operating; formerly: Europa, SuperStar Europe, SuperStar Aries, Holiday Dream, Bleu de France
Salamis Filoxenia Cypriot Salamis Cruises 1999 15,402 Scrapped in 2022 in Gadani as Titan. Formerly: Club I, Odessa Sky, Gruziya, Van Gogh
Salamis Glory Cypriot Salamis Cruises 1996 10,392 Formerly: Danaos, Constellation, Regent Spirit, Anna Nery. Scrapped in 2010
Sally Albatross Sally Cruise 1986 15,179 Formerly: Viking Saga. Destroyed in a shipboard fire, 1990. Parts of the hull were salvaged for Sally Albatross (II).
Sapphire Louis Cruise Lines 1967 12,263 Formerly: Italia, Ocean Princess, Sea Prince, Sea Prince V, Sea Prince (again), Princesa Oceanica. Sold for scrap in 2012.
Sapphire Princess Princess Cruises 2004 115,875 Operating
Sea Breeze Dolphin Cruise Lines 1989 21,000 Ended operation in 2000. Sank later that year. Formerly: Federico C., Royale, StarShip Royale
Sea Cloud Sea Cloud Cruises 1979 2,523 Operating, formerly: Hussar II, USCGC WPG-284, IX-99, Angelita, Patria, Antarna, Sea Cloud of Cayman
Sea Cloud II Sea Cloud Cruises 2001 3,849 Operating
Sea Diamond Louis Hellenic Cruise Lines 2006 22,412 Formerly: Birka Princess. Capsized and sank within the caldera of the Greek island of Santorini 6 April 2007 after running aground.
Sea Explorer Poseidon Expeditions 1991 4,200 Operating
Sea Princess Princess Cruises 1998 77,000 Transferred to P&O Cruises in 2002 as Adonia, but returned to Princess in 2005. Operating
Seabourn Odyssey Seabourn Cruise Line 2009 32,346 Operating
Seabourn Quest Seabourn Cruise Line 2011 32,348 Operating
Seabourn Sojourn Seabourn Cruise Line 2010 32,346 Operating
SeaDream I SeaDream Yacht Club 1984 4,333 Operating. Originally, the Sea Goddess I, formerly: Seabourn Goddess I
SeaDream II SeaDream Yacht Club 1985 4,333 Operating. Originally, the Sea Goddess II, formerly: Seabourn Goddess II
SeaWind Crown Seawind Cruise Lines 1991 23,306 Formerly: the Infante Dom Henriquec (1961–75) and the Vasco de Gama (1988–91), Operated as a hotel 1976–88, laid up in 2002, sold and renamed the Barcelona, sent to the breakers in India in 2004
Serenade of the Seas Royal Caribbean International 2003 90,090 Operating
Serenissima Premier Cruises 1960 2,598 Operating; originally, the Harald Jarl, formerly: Andrea
Seven Seas Mariner Regent Seven Seas Cruises 2001 48,075 Operating
Seven Seas Navigator Regent Seven Seas Cruises 1999 28,550 Operating
Seven Seas Voyager Regent Seven Seas Cruises 2003 42,363 Operating
Silver Cloud Silversea Cruises 1994 16,800 Operating
Silver Explorer Silversea Cruises 2007 6,130 Operating. Formerly: MS Delfin Clipper, MS Sally Clipper, MS Baltic Clipper, MS Delfin Star, MS Dream 21, MS World Discoverer, MS World Adventurer, MS Prince Albert II
Silver Shadow Silversea Cruises 2000 28,258 Operating
Silver Spirit Silversea Cruises 2009 39,519 Operating
Silver Whisper Silversea Cruises 2001 28,258 Operating
Silver Wind Silversea Cruises 1995 16,800 Operating
Silverstar Silver Star Cruises 1952 5596 + Formerly: LST HMS Bruiser (1942–1946) tonnage 5596, NILLA (1946–1951). Stern lengthened 22 feet (6.71 m), converted to SS Silverstar (1951–1956) chartered by Silver Star Cruises, charter transferred to Caribbean Cruise Lines December 1956; January 1957 sold to state-owned Flota Argentina de Navegación Fluvial (Buenos Aires) renamed CIUDAD DE SANTA FÉ (1957–1965), scrapped in Argentina in 1968.[15] Siritara Ocean Queen Siritara Enterprise 1964 6,262 Capsized in 2006. Originally, the Bashkiriya (1964–1992), Odessa Song (1992–1997), Royal Dream (1997–1998), Silver Star (1998–2003), Nandini (2003–2003), Olviara (2003–2004), Ocean Princess (2004–2006)
Skorpios I Cruceros Skorpios 1978 Laid up
Skorpios II Cruceros Skorpios 1988 1,210 Operating
Skorpios III Cruceros Skorpios 1995 1,600 Operating
Sovereign Pullmantur Cruises 1988 73,192 formerly: Sovereign of the Seas sold for scrap in 2020
Spirit of ’98 Cruise West Operating
Spirit of Adventure Saga Cruises 2006 9,570 Operating; formerly: Berlin, Princess Mahsuri, Orange Melody
Spirit of Alaska Cruise West Operating
Spirit of Columbia Cruise West Operating
Spirit of Discovery Cruise West Operating
Spirit of Endeavour Cruise West Operating; formerly: Newport Clipper
Spirit of Glacier Bay Cruise West 1984 Operating; formerly: Spirit of Nantucket and Nantucket Clipper
Spirit of Oceanus Cruise West Ended service 1992. Subsequently: Renaissance Five, Sun Viva, Megatar Sagittarius, Hanseatic Renaissance.
Spirit of Yorktown Cruise West 1988 2,354 Operating; formerly: Yorktown Clipper
SS Lurline (1931) Matson Lines 1963 18,017 Formerly SS Monterey (1932–1953) and SS Matsonia (1954–63), sold and renamed the Britanis (1970), chartered to the US Government as an accommodation ship (1994), laid up in (1996), sold and renamed Belofin I (1998), sold for scrap and sank off the Cape of Good Hope while en route to the breakers in 2000
SS Norway Norwegian Cruise Line 1980 76,049 Former ocean liner France. Ended operations in May 2003 due to a boiler explosion. Was scrapped as Blue Lady in Alang 2008.
SS Stella Solaris Royal Olympic Cruises 1953 10,595 Formerly: Cambodge; rebuilt 1971–1973; scrapped 2003
SS Uganda British-India Steam Navigation Company 1952 17,000 Began life as an ocean liner, served as a hospital ship in the Falklands War. Sold for scrap in 1986.
Star Breeze Windstar Cruises 1989 9,975 Operating. Formerly: Seabourn Spirit
Star Clipper Star Clippers 1992 2,298 Operating
Star Flyer Star Clippers 1991 2,298 Operating
Star Legend Windstar Cruises 1990 9,975 Operating. Formerly: Seabourn Legend 1996, Queen Odyssey 1995, Royal Viking Queen 1992
Star of Venice American Star Line 1953 6,669 Sold for scrap in 2001; formerly Amalfi 1989, Betsy Ross 1987, Albatross 1985, Alegro 1984, Albatross 1981, Najla 1979, built as Leda
Star Pisces Star Cruises 1993 40,053 Scrapped in 2022 in Alang. Formerly: Kalypso.
Star Pride Windstar Cruises 1988 9,975 Operating. Formerly: Seabourn Pride
Star Princess (2001) Princess Cruises 2002 108,977 Operating; underwent repairs following a shipboard fire
Stella Polaris Bergen Line – Sweden 1927 5,020 1927–1940: Cruising; 1940–1945: German Army; 1945: Bergen Line + rebuilt; 1952: Clipper Line – Sweden + rebuilt; rebuilt in 1954, 1965 and 1968; 1969: International Houdse Cy. – Japan Floating hotel in Kisho Nishiura (Japan) under the name “Stella Polaris – Floating Restaurant Scandinavia”. 2005: Petro Fast AB – Sweden. End of August 2006: leaves under tow her berth for the first time in 30 years for refitting and voyage to Europe. Sept. 2, 2005: Sunk while under tow in southeastern Japanese waters in 70 meters deep water. Unconfirmed plans to raise her from the ocean floor or to rebuild this iconic cruise ship.[16] Sun 11 German Atlantic Line 1967 25,338 Ended service 1973. Built as the ocean liner SS Shalom. Subsequently: Hanseatic, Doric, Royal Odyssey, Regent Sun. Sunk 2001.
Sun Princess Princess Cruises 1995 77,441 Operating
Sun Vista Sun Cruises 1997 30,440 Formerly: Meridian, Galileo, built as ocean liner SS Galileo Galilei. Sank 1999.
SuperStar Aquarius Star Cruises 1993 51,309 Laid up awating scrapping, formerly: Windward and Norwegian Wind.
SuperStar Gemini Star Cruises 1992 50,764 Laid up awating scrapping. Formerly: Norwegian Dream and Dreamward.
SuperStar Libra Star Cruises 1988 42,275 Scrapped in 2022. Formerly a hotel ship for MV Werften employees
Svea Corona Rederi AB Svea / Silja Line 1975 13,257 Ended service in 1984. Later Sundancer, Pegasus. Scrapped 1995.
Symphony of the Seas Royal Caribbean International 2018 228,081 Operating
Taras Shevchenko Black Sea Shipping Company 1966 19,549 Scrapped 2005
The Big Red Boat Premier Cruises 1998 32,000 Repossessed by creditors in 2000. Formerly: SS Big Red Boat III, SS IslandBreeze, SS Festivale, SS S.A. Vaal, RMS S.A. Vaal, RMS Transvaal Castle. Sold for scrap in 2003.
The Calypso Louis Cruise Lines/Thomson Cruises 2000 11,162 Operating. Formerly: Canguro Verde, Durr, Ionian Harmony, Sun Fiesta, Regent Jewel
The Emerald Louis Cruise Lines/Thomson Cruises 1997 26,428 Scrapped in 2012. Formerly: Regent Rainbow, Diamond Island, Santa Rosa
The World ResidenSea 2002 53,524 Operating
Thomson Majesty Louis Cruise Lines/Thomson Cruises 1997 48,876 Operating. Formerly: Royal Majesty, Norwegian Majesty, Louis Majesty
Topaz Peace Boat 1955 Scrapped in 2003.
Turama Sete Yacht Management 1990 8,343 Operating. Formerly: Delfin Caravelle, Sally Caravelle, Columbus Caravelle
Variety Voyager AdventureSmith Explorations 2012 1,593 Originally, the Harmony A (IMO 9657090)
Vasco da Gama Nicko Cruises 1994 55,451 Formerly Statendam for Holland America Line, then transferred November 2015 to P&O Cruises Australia as Pacific Eden

March 2019 Transferred to Cruise & Maritime Voyages as Vasco da Gama[17] Ventura P&O Cruises 2008 116,017 Operating
Vidanta Elegant Vidanta Cruises 1990 15,396 Formerly: Voyager, Crown Monarch, Cunard Crown Monarch, Nautican , Walrus, Havens Star, Neptune, Rembrandt II, Jules Verne, Alexander Von Humboldt II
Viking Jupiter Viking Cruises 2019 47,842 Operating
Viking Mars Viking Cruises 2022 47,842 Operating
Viking Octantis Viking Cruises 2022 30,150 Operating
Viking Orion Viking Cruises 2018 47,842 Operating
Viking Sea Viking Cruises 2016 47,842 Operating
Viking Sky Viking Cruises 2017 47,800 Operating
Viking Star Viking Cruises 2015 47,842 Operating
Viking Venus Viking Cruises 2021 47,842 Operating
Vision of the Seas Royal Caribbean International 1998 78,340 Operating
Vistamar Plantours & Partner 1989 7,500 Operating; since 2012 Orient Queen II (Abou Merhi Cruises)
Volendam Holland America Line 1999 60,906 Operating
Voyager of the Seas Royal Caribbean International 1999 138,194 Operating
Westerdam Holland America Line 2004 81,811 Operating
Wind Song Windstar Cruises 1987 5,350 Devastated by fire in 2002 and scuttled in January 2003
Wind Spirit Windstar Cruises 1988 5,350 Operating
Wind Star Windstar Cruises 1986 5,350 Operating
Wind Surf Windstar Cruises 1998 14,745 Operating; formerly: Club Med I
Wonder of the Seas Royal Caribbean International 2022 236,857 Operating
World Discoverer Adventurer Cruises 1975 3,724 Wrecked April 30, 2000
World Dream Dream Cruises 2017 150,695 Operating
World Explorer Nicko Cruises 2018 9,300 Operating
World Odyssey Semester at Sea 2015 22,400 Operating since August 2015; formerly: MS Deutschland 1998
World Voyager Nicko Cruises 2020 9,300 Operating
Xpedition Celebrity Cruises 2004 2,842 Operating; formerly Sun Bay I
Yamal Poseidon Arctic Voyages 1992 23,445 Operating
Yankee Clipper Windjammer Barefoot Cruises 1965 327 Operating
Yorktown Cruise West 1988 2,354 Operating
Zaandam Holland America Line 2000 60,906 Operating
Zenith Pullmantur Cruises 1992 47,255 Operating. Transferred from Pullmantur Cruises to CDF Croisières de France in 2014
Zuiderdam Holland America Line 2002 81,679 Operating



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