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There’s a lot to look forward to over the next few years, with new cruise ships on the horizon for some of our favourite cruise lines. From luxury expedition vessels to family fun, there’s some for everyone in the long list of exciting new arrivals.
The fifth Princess Cruises Royal class ship launches June 2020, embarking on a season of Mediterranean sailings from Southampton.
Prepare to party in six awesome districts, Carnival Mardi Gras will be every inch as fun as the New Orleans parades from which it gets its name.
Celebrity Apex will boast 29 world-class dining venues and features first debuted on sister ship, including the Magic Carpet and Rooftop Garden.
200 guests all-suite, butler-serviced luxury. Home from home following rugged adventure. Adventure is a promises on each cruise.
From Southampton to the Norwegian Fjords, the most ambitious ship ever built will combine everything you love with exciting new features.
Eco-friendly MSC Virtuosa features the first contemporary fine art museum at sea, amusement park, promenade & water park.
Introducing the newest Royal Caribbean gamechanger Odyssey of the Seas, sailing from Fort Lauderdale 2020 and Rome 2021.
Accommodating just 999 passengers in small ship luxury. A hundred of its cabins have been designed specifically for solo travellers.
Launching in February 2020 delivering all-suite, ultra-inclusive cruising to the most desirable destinations around the world.
Unveailing the most elegant ship ever to sail the Galapagos. Arriving Summer 2020, the first destination specif ship built by Silversea.
The first Virgin Voyages ship promising everything from Korean food to late-night lock-ins and even a tattoo studio.
The third Edge class ship from Celebrity Cruises will be a replica of the already wildly popular Celebrity Edge, with many standout features.
Promises a plethora of innovations, not least Princess MedallionClass technology capable of unlocking your cabin & ordering food and drink.
Joining Koningsdam and Nieuw Statendam in the Pinnacle class expect HAL signatures such as B.B. King’s Blues Club and a focus on art.
Saga announces new boutique river cruise ship ‘Spirit of the Rhine’ to sail on European rivers in Spring 2021.
The public will play a part in deciding what we see onboard the new ship, but is likely to bear a striking resemblance to sister-ship, Scarlet Lady.
The biggest in the fleet and will be setting sail from Shanghai, China. Expect bumper cars, skydiving, 360-degree North Star observation pod.
The fourth Edge-class ship for Celebrity Cruises. It will be identical to Celebrity Edge and Celebrity Beyond and is scheduled for delivery in 2022.
The first new Cunard ship in 12 years. Sharing the iconic livery and red funnels, the new ship will accommodate up to 3,000 guests.
MSC are adding to their list of cruise ship orders.The first World class cruise ship will go into service in 2022 with additional ships in 2024, 2025, and 2026.
A second new P&O Cruises ship will be joining the fleet in the image of her sister ship, Iona and will be built exclusively to sail from the UK.
A third in the fleet Virgin Voyages fleet. This ship will carry more than 2,700 passengers and 1,500 crew on Caribbean itineraries.
AmaMagna embodies the invariable world-class service, 5-star dining and high-quality amenities.
Designed specifically with its destination in mind, the most state-of-the-art ship ever to sail the Galapagos Islands.
Expect fun galore with everything from bowling alleys to Cirque du Soleil shows.
The line’s largest ever ship and will debut a host of new dining and entertainment features.
Designed with a firm focus on fun including a longer-than-ever race track over the side of the ship.
The world’s first ultra-luxury discovery yacht designed to show you global adventure in 6-star style.
The fourth Regal-class ship will feature spectacular Sky Suites with the largest balconies in the fleet.
The first Quantum Ultra ship debuts new stateroom categories & speciality dining concepts.
First ever new-build ship will bring luxury, adult-only cruising for 999 passengers.
Promises its 930-guests long stays in port, overnights and fewer sea days.