8 Most Anticipated New Cruise Ships of the Year


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8. Virgin Brilliant Lady

Brilliant Lady is one of two cruise ships Virgin will debut this year. She is designed with 17 floors and 20 restaurants on board. Around 1,160 crew members are expected to work on the ship.

Source: Cruise Industry News

7. Virgin Resilient Lady

Resilient Lady has 17 floors and its amenities include a spa and gym and 22 dining options. The cruise plans to sail through the Mediterranean, with stops on islands around Greece and the Caribbean, according to a Virgin brochure.

Source: Cruise Industry News

6. Adora (cruise yet to be named)

Adora Cruises, a joint venture between Carnival and China's sovereign wealth fund China Investment Corporation, announced in November that it would launch a new cruise ship in 2023.

Source: Cruise Industry News

5. Norwegian Viva

Norwegian Viva is the cruise line's newest ship. The cruise ship is designed with 20 decks and five room categories: retreat, club suite with balcony, suite, studio and interior. Some of its notable features include an infinity pool, arcade, and race track.

Source: Cruise Industry News

4. Celebrity Ascent

Celebrity Ascent has 17 floors and 9 room categories, including a villa-style suite. Some of the ship's notable features include a solarium, spa, and gyms.

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3. MSC Cruises Euribia

MSC Cruise's Euribia is one of the largest ships in the line. The cruise has 19 decks and five room categories: interior, ocean view, balcony, suite and yacht club. The ship has five pools, a water park, and 10 restaurants.

Source: Cruise Industry News

2. Carnival Jubilee

Carnival's Jubilee is designed with 19 decks that have a crew of 1,735. There are four room categories: interior, ocean view, balcony, and suite.

Source: Cruise Industry News

1. Royal Caribbean Icon of the Sea

Royal Caribbean's Icon of the Seas is expected to become the world's largest cruise ship by gross tonnage. Designed with 20 decks, the cruise ship has a capacity for 2,350 crew members.

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