New Cruise Ships On Order

We have enjoyed the arrival of some fantastic vessels this year, Norwegian Breakaway, Royal Princess and Europa 2 just to name a few, but what’s next on the cruise ship calendar?

It’s time to once again take a peek at what’s currently under construction, we have some amazing ship’s to look forward too!

Costa Diadema Under Construction
Costa Diadema Under Construction

TUI Cruises – Mein Schiff 3
May 2014
GT 99,300
2,506 Passengers
Shipyard: STX Finland

Norwegian Cruise Line – Norwegian Getaway
June 2014
GT 146,600
4,028 Passengers
Shipyard: Meyer Werft

Princess Cruises – Regal Princess
June 2014
GT 141,000
3,560 Passengers
Shipyard: Fincantieri

Pearl Cruises – Pearl Mist
June 2014
GT 5,073
210 Passengers
Shipyard: Irving, Halifax

Costa Crociere – Costa Diadema
October 2014
GT 132,500
3,700 Passengers
Shipyard: Fincantieri

Royal Caribbean International – Quantum of the Seas 
November 2014
GT 167,800
4,180 Passengers
Shipyard: Meyer Werft

 AIDA Cruises – Unnamed
March 2015
GT 124,500
3,300 Passengers approx.
Shipyard: Mitsubishi HI

 P&O Cruises – Unnamed
March 2015
GT 141,000
3,600 Passengers
Shipyard: Fincantieri

 Royal Caribbean International – Anthem of the Seas
March 2015
GT 167,800
4,180 Passengers
Shipyard: Meyer Werft

TUI Cruises – Mein Schiff 4
April 2015
99,300
2,506 Passengers
Shipyard: STX Finland

Viking Cruises – Viking Star
May 2015
GT 47,800
928 Passengers
Shipyard: Fincantieri

Norwegian Cruise Line – Unnamed – Breakaway Plus
October 2015
GT 163,000
4,200 Passengers
Shipyard: Meyer Werft

Viking Cruises – Unnamed
Winter 2016
GT 47,800
928 Passengers
Shipyard: Fincantieri

Carnival Cruise Lines – Carnival Vista
Winter 2016
GT 135,000
4,000 Passengers
Shipyard: Fincantieri

Holland America Line – Unnamed
February 2016
GT 99,000
2,660 Passengers
Shipyard: Fincantieri

Aida Cruises – Unnamed
March 2016
GT 124,500
3,300 Passenger Approx.
Shipyard: Mitsubishi HI

Royal Caribbean International – Unnamed – Quantum Class – Royal Caribbean registered as trademarks, Ovation, Passion, Pulse and Vantage of the Seas. Could she be one of those?
May 2016
GT 167,800
4,180 Passengers
Shipyard: Meyer Werft

Royal Caribbean International – Unnamed– Oasis Class
June 2016
GT 225,282
5,400 Passengers
Shipyard: STX France

Regent Seven Seas – Seven Seas Explorer
Summer 2016
GT 54,000
738 Passengers
Shipyard: Fincantieri

Blue Star Line – Titanic II
Who Knows??
GT 55,000
2,435 Passengers
Shipyard: Jinling, China

Author: Danielle

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

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