Bird’s Eye Cruise Ship View

We spend hours looking through pictures of cruise ships, I do anyway! Not only my own but those that have filled cruise websites on the internet. They are the usual holiday snaps are funny pictures where someone is trying to eat the ship, or something along those crazy lines. I love these types of pictures, how can anyone not but, before the Caribbean cruise last year I tried doing some bits of research via Google Earth and some of the cruise ship shots I was greeted with were amazing!

I was just casually taking a trip around the world via the laptop (as you do) checking out different ports and so on then ‘Whoa’ I was greeted with the sight of cruise ships from above. It is inevitable cruise ships would show up at some point but the images really were quite amazing. Not in the same way as a helicopter taking a quick snap whilst flying overhead, these are much more impressive. You can’t beat a bird’s eye view of a cruise ship, I don’t care what anyone says because an aerial view really does let you see these vessels in all their enormity.

I have grabbed a few for you and give you today’s blog in pictures.


Oceania Riviera docked in Messina, Sicily


Oasis of the Seas, docked in Falmouth, Jamaica.

Sea Princess docked in Oranjestad, Aruba.

Sea Princess docked in Oranjestad, Aruba.

Norwegian Sun docked in Port Canaveral, Florida.

Norwegian Sun docked in Port Canaveral, Florida.

The Queen Mary at home in Long Beach, California

The Queen Mary at home in Long Beach, California


Costa Concordia lying sadly on her side just off the coast of Giglio,Italy.

There are many, many more cruises ships in other ports all around the world that you can spot with a sharp eye. They look so small in the grand scheme of things but zoom in a little closer and all the port’s hiding ships shall be revealed.  Ports Canaveral, Everglades and Miami have the most to spot!

Author: Danielle

Trying to explore each and every inch of this wonderful planet via cruise ship.

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One comment on “Bird’s Eye Cruise Ship View
  1. That picture of the Oasis of the Seas really shows how big she is when you compare her to those other ships.

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