Norwegian line

Wikipedia

 Sun Class 

Ship Built Entered service
for Norwegian
Last
Refurbish
Tonnage Flag Homeport

Image

Wikipedia

Norwegian Sky 1999 1999-2004/2008 2013 77,104 tons  Bahamas Miami, Florida
Norwegian Sky Great Stirrup Cay 75.jpg
Norwegian Sun 2001 2001 2018 78,309 tons  Bahamas Seward, Alaska; Vancouver, British Columbia; San Francisco, California; Miami, Florida; Los Angeles, California; Buenos Aires, Argentina; Santiago, Chile; Seattle, Washington; Port Canaveral, Florida
Norwegian Sun departing Port of Tallinn 25 May 2012 (cropped).JPG

 

Spirit Class

Ship Built Entered service
for Norwegian
Last
Refurbish
Tonnage Flag Image
Norwegian Spirit 1998 2004 2014 75,338 tons  Bahamas

 

Norwegian Cruise Line Norwegian Spirit 07 IMO 9141065 @chesi.JPG

Dawn Class

Ship Built Entered service
for Norwegian
Last
Refurbish
Tonnage Flag Image
Norwegian Star 2001 2001 2018 91,740 tons  Bahamas

 

 

Norwegian Star arriving Tallinn 12 July 2013.JPG
Norwegian Dawn 2002 2002 June 2016 92,250 tons  Bahamas

 

 

Norwegian Dawn - Great Stirrup Cay.jpg

Jewel Class

Ship Built Entered service
for Norwegian
Last
Refurbish
Tonnage Flag Image
Norwegian Jewel 2005 2005 May 2014 93,502 tons  Bahamas
Norwegian Jewel Newport September 2010.jpg
Norwegian Jade 2006 2006 March 2017 93,558 tons  Bahamas
Norwegian jade in Venice.JPG
Norwegian Pearl 2006 2006 February 2017 93,530 tons  Bahamas
Norwegian Pearl.jpg
Norwegian Gem 2007 2007 November 2015 93,530 tons  Bahamas Norwegian gem in Sicily 2008.jpg

Epic Class

Ship Built Entered service
for Norwegian
Last
Refurbish
Tonnage Flag Homeport Image
Norwegian Epic 2010 2010 October 2015 155,873 tons  Bahamas Port Canaveral, Florida; Rome, Italy; Barcelona, Spain;
Rotterdam cruiseschip Norwegian Epic.jpg

Breakaway Class

Ship Built Entered service
for Norwegian
Last
Refurbish
Tonnage Flag Homeport Image
Norwegian Breakaway 2013 2013 April 2018 146,600
tons

 Bahamas New York City, New York; Copenhagen, Denmark; Berlin Germany
Norwegian Breakaway 10.JPG

Norwegian

Getaway

2014 N/A 145,655
tons

 Bahamas

Miami, Florida; Copenhagen, Denmark; New York City, New York; New Orleans, Louisiana

 

Norwegian Getaway 18.JPG

Breakaway Plus Class

Ship Built Entered service
for Norwegian
Last
Refurbish
Tonnage Flag Homeport Image
Norwegian Escape 2015 2015 N/A 164,600 tons  Bahamas

Miami, Florida until April 20, 2018 
New York City, New York Beginning April 22, 2018

Norwegian escape.jpg
Norwegian Joy 2017 2017 N/A 167,725 tons  Bahamas

Shanghai & Tianjin

 

Norwegian Joy nach dem Ausdocken.jpg
Norwegian Bliss 2018 2018 N/A 167,800 tons  Bahamas Seattle, Washington, Miami, Florida & New York City, New York
Norwegian Bliss.jpg

Norwegian America Line

Ship Built Entered service
for NCL America
Last
Refurbish
Tonnage Flag Image
Pride of America 2005 2005 March 2016 80,439 GRT  United States

 

 

Pride of America seen from Aloha Tower (4677840953).jpg

Future ships

Royal Caribbean International

Ship Year
built
Gross
tonnage
Berths
(double/max)
Areas of operation Homeport(s) Notes Ship image
Ovation of the Seas[34] 2016[35] 168,666[36] 4,180/4,905[13] Asia & Australia/New Zealand Tianjin, China,
Sydney, Australia & Singapore
Will begin sailing out of Seattle, Washington in Spring, 2019[37]
Ovation of the Seas - Nieuwe Maas - Port of Rotterdam (25843859904) (cropped).jpg
Anthem of the Seas[38] 2015 168,666[39] 4,180/4,905[39] Eastern/Southern Caribbean, Bahamas, Bermuda, New England/Canada Bayonne, New Jersey[40]
El Crucero Anthem of The Seas en el muelle de Santa Catalina de Las Palmas de Gran Canaria. (18173969071).jpg
Quantum of the Seas[38] 2014 168,666[41] 4,180/4,905[41] Asia Shanghai, China[40][42]
Quantum of the Seas - Wedel 04 (cropped).jpg

Oasis class[edit]

Ship Year
built
Gross
tonnage
Berths
(double/max)
Areas of operation Homeport(s) Notes Ship image
Independence of the Seas 2008 154,407[56] 3,634/4,375[57] Europe, Eastern/Western Caribbean Southampton, England & Fort Lauderdale, Florida
MS Independence of the Seas in Southampton (cropped).JPG
Liberty of the Seas 2007 155,889[58] 3,798/4,960[59] Caribbean Galveston, TX
Liberty Of The Seas GC 12-22-16.jpg
Freedom of the Seas 2006 154,407[56] 3,782/4,515[60] Southern Caribbean San Juan, Puerto Rico
MS Freedom of the Seas in its maiden voyage (cropped).jpg

Radiance class[edit]

Ship Year
built
Gross
tonnage
Berths
(double/max)
Areas of operation Homeport(s) Notes Ship image
Jewel of the Seas 2004 90,090[56] 2,112/2,502[61] Southern Caribbean, Europe San Juan, Puerto Rico &

Rome, Italy

Jewel of the Seas G628 (cropped).jpg
Serenade of the Seas 2003 90,090[56] 2,146/2,476[62] Caribbean, North Sea, Canada/New England Port Everglades, FL;Stockholm, Sweden; & Copenhagen, Denmark Serenade of the Seas at Grand Cayman1 (cropped).JPG
Brilliance of the Seas 2002 90,090[56] 2,142/2,543[63] Southern/Western Caribbean, Europe Tampa, Florida; Barcelona, Spain; & Amsterdam, Netherlands
Brilliance of the Seas in Tallinn 9 August 2012.JPG
Radiance of the Seas 2001 90,090[56] 2,143/2,466[64] Alaska, Australia/New Zealand/South Pacific Vancouver, BC; New Zealand; & Sydney, Australia
Radiance of the Seas - Juneau, AK (cropped).jpg

Voyager class[edit]

 

Ship Year
built
Gross
tonnage
Berths
(double/max)
Areas of operation Homeport(s) Notes Ship image
Mariner of the Seas 2003 138,279[56] 3,114/3,807[66] Caribbean Miami, Florida
Mariner of the Seas at hakata port (cropped).jpg
Navigator of the Seas 2002 139,570[67] 3,686/3,990[68] Mediterranean, Northern Europe, Caribbean Southampton, England & Miami, Florida;
Navigator of the Seas 2014 Galveston 1 (cropped).JPG
Adventure of the Seas 2001 137,276[56] 3,114/3,807[69] Southern Caribbean San Juan, Puerto Rico & Bayonne, New Jersey(Summer 2018)[70]
Adventure of the Seas Wade 2012 (cropped).JPG
Explorer of the Seas 2000 137,308[56] 3,114/3,840[71] Alaska, South Sea Seattle, WA & Sydney, Australia
Explorer of the Seas, Fremantle, 2015 (01) (cropped).JPG
Voyager of the Seas 1999 137,276[56] 3,114/3,840[72] Asia, Australia Singapore; Sydney, Australia & Shenzhen, China
Voyager of the Seas in Sydney.jpg

Vision class[edit]

Ship Year
built
Gross
tonnage
Berths
(double/max)
Areas of operation Homeport(s) Notes Ship image
Vision of the Seas 1998 78,340[56] 2,050/2,514[75] Caribbean, Europe Galveston, Texas; New Orleans, Louisiana; Amsterdam, Netherlands; & Barcelona, Spain
Vision of the Seas departing Tallinn 19 August 2013 (cropped).JPG
Enchantment of the Seas 1997 82,910[56] 2,252/2,730[76] Bahamas, Caribbean Port Canaveral, Florida, Galveston, Texas
Enchantment of the Seas.jpg
Rhapsody of the Seas 1997 78,491[56] 1,998/2,416[77] Caribbean, Europe Tampa, Florida & Venice, Italy
Rhapsody of the Seas - Skagway, AK (cropped).jpg
Grandeur of the Seas 1996 73,817[56] 1,992/2,440[78] Southern/Eastern/Western Caribbean, Bermuda, Canada/New England Baltimore, MD Suffered an engine room fire.
Grandeur of the Seas (cropped).jpg

Sovereign class[edit]

Ship Year
built
Gross
tonnage
Berths
(double/max)
Areas of operation Homeport(s) Notes Ship image
Majesty of the Seas 1992 74,007[56] 2,350/2,767[84] Bahamas, Cuba Port Canaveral, Florida
MSMajestyOfTheSeasEdit1.JPG

Empress class[edit]

Ship Year
built
Gross
tonnage
Berths
(double/max)
Areas of operation Homeport(s) Notes Ship image
Empress of the Seas 1990 48,563 1,840 Bahamas, Caribbean, Cuba Miami, Florida Sailed for Pullmantur Cruisesas Empress from 2008 to 2016. Empress of the Seas in Grand Cayman May 30, 2016 (cropped).jpg

Future fleet

MSC Cruises

Ships[edit]

Lirica class[edit]

Ship Built Builder Entered service 
for MSC
Gross Tonnage Flag Notes Image
MSC Armonia 2001 Chantiers de l'Atlantique(St. Nazaire) May 2004 65,542 tons  Panama Previously European Vision for the failed Festival Cruises. Costa Fascinosa and MSC Armonia in Malta (MSC Armonia).jpg
MSC Sinfonia 2002 Chantiers de l'Atlantique(St. Nazaire) March 2005 65,542 tons  Panama Previously European Stars for the failed Festival Cruises. MSC Sinfonia turning to Starboard Side Tallinn 27 May 2015.JPG
MSC Lirica 2003 Chantiers de l'Atlantique(St. Nazaire) March 2003 65,591 tons  Panama Modified ex Festival's European-class. MSC LIRICA AT OOSANBASHI 20JUNE 2016 (cropped).jpg
MSC Opera 2004 Chantiers de l'Atlantique(St. Nazaire) March 2004 65,591 tons  Panama Modified ex Festival's European-class. MSC Opera departing Tallinn 11 August 2016.jpg

Musica class[edit]

Ship Built Builder Entered service 
for MSC
Gross Tonnage Flag Notes Image
MSC Musica 2006 Aker Yards(St. Nazaire) July 2006 92,409 tons  Panama MSC Musica Port Side Tallinn 1 May 2013.JPG
MSC Orchestra 2007 Aker Yards(St. Nazaire) May 2007 92,409 tons  Panama MSC Orchestra in Tallinn 2009 0028.JPG
MSC Poesia 2008 Aker Yards/STX Europe(St. Nazaire) Oct. 2008 92,627 tons  Panama MSC Poesia departing Tallinn 11 July 2012.JPG
MSC Magnifica 2010 STX Europe(St. Nazaire) March 2010 95,128 tons  Panama Modified Musica-class. MSC Magnifica (ship, 2010) 002.jpg

Fantasia class[edit]

Ship Built Builder Entered service 
for MSC
Gross Tonnage Flag Notes Image
MSC Fantasia 2008 Aker Yards/STX Europe(St. Nazaire) Dec. 2008 137,936 tons  Panama Msc fantasia.jpg
MSC Splendida 2009 Aker Yards/STX Europe(St. Nazaire) July 2009 137,936 tons  Panama Ordered as MSC Serenata and renamed MSC Splendida in 2008. MSC Splendida Marseille.jpg
MSC Divina 2012 STX Europe(St. Nazaire) June 2012 139,400 tons  Panama Modified Fantasia-class. Ordered as MSC Meraviglia and renamed MSC Divina in 2010. MSC Divina in Malta.jpg
MSC Preziosa 2013 STX Europe(St. Nazaire) March 2013 139,400 tons  Panama Modified Fantasia-class.Originally ordered for Libyan-based General National Maritime Transport.[6] MSC Preziosa in a cold winter day at Lisbon, Portugal.jpg

Meraviglia class[edit]

Ship Built Builder Entered service 
for MSC
Gross Tonnage Flag Notes Image
MSC Meraviglia 2017 STX Europe(St. Nazaire) May 2017 171,598 tons  Malta Largest ship currently built for MSC Cruises.[7] MSC Meraviglia Grand Harbour Malta 20180307 03 (cropped).jpg

Seaside class[edit]

Ship Built Builder Entered service 
for MSC
Gross Tonnage Flag Notes Image
MSC Seaside 2017 Fincantieri Nov 2017 153,516 tons  Malta MSC Cruises' first purpose-built ship for the North-American market. MSC Seaside 01.jpg
MSC Seaview 2018 Fincantieri June 2018 153,516 tons  Malta MSC Seaside's sister ship MSC Seaview Genova.jpg

Future ships[edit]

Ship Will enter service 
for MSC
Builder Gross Tonnage Flag Notes Image
MSC Bellissima March 2019 STX Europe (St. Nazaire) 171,598 tons Meraviglia Class[7] MSC Meraviglia-630x357.jpg
MSC Grandiosa November 2019 STX Europe (St. Nazaire) 181,000 tons Slightly larger than the Meraviglia Class.[8][9]
construction started on 15 November 2017
Christening is planned for 2 November 2019 in Hamburg
MSC Virtuosa September 2020 STX Europe (St. Nazaire) 181,000 tons Slightly larger than the Meraviglia Class.[8][9]
Project Seaside Evo I May 2021 Fincantieri 169,380 tons [10]
World-class I 2022 STX France Cruise SA 200,000 tons LNG-fueled cruise ship [11]
Project Seaside Evo II 2023 Fincantieri 169,380 tons [12]
Meraviglia-plus-class III 2023 STX France Cruise SA 181.000 tons LNG-fueled cruise ship
World-class II 2024 STX France Cruise SA 200,000 tons LNG-fueled cruise ship [13]
World-class III 2025 STX France Cruise SA 200,000 tons LNG-fueled cruise ship [14]
World-class IV 2026 STX France Cruise SA 200,000 tons LNG-fueled cruise ship [15]

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Dream Cruises[edit]

Dream Cruises
Public company
Industry Passenger transportation & Cruises
Founded November 2015
Headquarters Hong Kong, Asia
Area served
Asia Pacific
Key people
Tan Sri Lim Kok Thay, CEO & Chairman
Services Cruise line
Owner Genting Hong Kong
Parent Genting Hong Kong
Website dreamcruiseline.com

Dream Cruises is a Cruise line brand owned by Genting Hong Kong company. In November 2015, Genting announced Guangzhou the introduction of Dream Cruises, an Asian luxury cruise line that debuted in November 2016.[12]

Fleet[edit]

Current fleet[edit]

Ship Year built Class Entered service with Dream Cruises Last Refurbishment Gross Tonnage Current Home Port Notes Image
Genting Dream 2016 - 2016 - 150,695 GT Singapore (As of April 2018)[13] -
Genting Dream at Marina Bay Cruise Centre.jpg
World Dream 2017 - 2017 - 150,695 GT Hong Kong/Guangzhou (Nansha) (As of April 2018)[14] -
World Dream.jpg
Explorer Dream 1999 - 2019 - 75,330 GT Hong Kong/Guangzhou (Nansha) (As of April 2018)[15] -

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Carnival Cruise Line

Ships[edit]

Current fleet[edit]

Ship Class Sailing for
Carnival
Gross Tonnage Guest

Capacity

Home Port Flag Notes Image
Carnival Horizon Vista 2018-present 133,500 GT 3,960 New York City, New York
Until September 17th, 2018 
Miami, Florida
Beginning September 20th, 2018
 Panama The largest ship ever built by Fincantieri for Carnival Cruise Line.[41]
Carnival Horizon (cropped).jpg
Carnival Vista Vista 2016–present 133,500 GT 3,934 Miami, Florida

Until September 20, 2018

Galveston, Texas

Beginning September 23, 2018

 Panama The largest ship ever built by Fincantieri until Carnival Horizon TRIESTE NAVI (26741045166) (cropped).jpg
Carnival Breeze Dream 2012–Present 128,000 GT[42] 3,690 Galveston, Texas

Until September 16, 2018

Port Canaveral, Florida

Beginning September 30, 2018

 Panama The largest ship ever built by Fincantieri until Carnival Vista Carnival Breeze (ship, 2011) 001 (cropped).jpg
Carnival Magic Dream 2011–Present 128,000 GT[43] 3,690
Port Canaveral, Florida

Until September 29, 2018

Miami, Florida

Beginning September 30, 2018

Fort Lauderdale, Florida

Beginning May 5, 2019

 Panama The largest ship ever built by Fincantieri until Carnival Breeze Carnival Magic in Venedig.JPG
Carnival Dream Dream 2009–Present 128,000 GT[44] 3,646 New Orleans, Louisiana

Until May 12, 2019

Galveston, Texas

Beginning May 13, 2019

 Panama Had a flood on deck 9 after a burst pipe and ruined 50 staterooms in May 2018

Carnival Dream Bow.png

Carnival Splendor Splendor 2008–Present 113,300 GT[44] 3,012

Long Beach, California 
Until October 5th, 2019 
Sydney, Australia 
Beginning December 11, 2019

 Panama Referred to as a Splendor-class ship, was originally designed for Costa Cruises as Costa Splendor, but the Carnival Splendor was transferred to Carnival Cruise Line during construction and is essentially a modified version of the Concordia-class ships. Carnival Splendor 2009.jpg
Carnival Freedom Conquest 2007–Present 110,000 GT 2,980 Galveston, Texas  Panama George Town - Carnival Freedom (5756470231).jpg
Carnival Liberty Conquest 2005–Present 110,000 GT 2,980

Port Canaveral, Florida

 Panama Carnival Liberty George Town, Grand Cayman (4401394568).jpg
Carnival Valor Conquest 2004–Present 110,000 GT 2,980

Galveston, Texas

Until May 10, 2019

New Orleans, Louisiana

Beginning May 11, 2019

 Panama Carnival Valor Cruise Ship (3) (21009123989).jpg
Carnival Glory Conquest 2003–Present 110,000 GT 2,980 Miami, Florida

Until February 28, 2019

New Orleans, Louisiana

Beginning March 2, 2019

 Panama Carnival Glory in Belize, 12-2014 (recropped).JPG
Carnival Conquest Conquest 2002–Present 110,000 GT 2,980 Fort Lauderdale, Florida

Until May 5, 2019

Miami, Florida

Beginning May 5, 2019

 Panama Carnival Conquest 3.jpg
Carnival Miracle Spirit 2004–Present 88,500 GT 2,124

Tampa, Florida 
Until September 29, 2019
Long Beach, California
Beginning October 12, 2019
San Diego, California
Beginning December 1, 2019
Miami, Florida
Beginning February 14, 2020

 Panama Built to Panamax form factor Carnival miracle 2.jpg
Carnival Legend Spirit 2002–Present 88,500 GT 2,124 (April-September) 
Seattle, Washington ; Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada ; Honolulu, Hawaii
(September-April) 
Sydney, Australia 
Melbourne, Australia[45] 

Tampa, Florida 
Beginning October 27, 2019

 Malta Built to Panamax form factor CarnivalLegendCoz.JPG
Carnival Pride Spirit 2002–Present 88,500 GT 2,124 Baltimore, Maryland[46]  Panama Built to Panamax form factor, Former Flagship for Carnival US-port-canav-carnival-pride (recropped).jpg
Carnival Spirit Spirit 2001–Present 88,500 GT 2,124 Sydney, Australia
Until January 12, 2020
Melbourne
Beginning January 14, 2020

(April-September) 
Seattle, Washington ; Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada ; Honolulu, Hawaii
Beginning April 10, 2020
(September-April) 
Brisbane, Australia
Beginning October 25, 2020
 Malta Built to Panamax form factor Carnivalspiritketchikan.jpg
Carnival Victory Destiny/Sunshine 2000–Present 101,509 GT 2,754 Miami, Florida  Panama Modified Destiny-class Carnival Victory2.jpg
Carnival Triumph Destiny/Sunshine 1999–2019 When she will be refitted as Carnival Sunrise 101,509 GT 2,754 New Orleans, Louisiana 
Until March 1, 2019

New York City, New York ; Norfolk, Virginia & Fort Lauderdale, Florida

Beginning April 29, 2019

 Bahamas Modified Destiny-class.
On February 14, 2013 the ship was towed to Mobile, Alabama for repairs after an engine room fire and resumed service on June 13, 2013, almost 4 months after being out of service. On April 2019,Carnival Triumph will be renamed to Carnival Sunrise after a major $200 million drydock.[citation needed]
Carnival Triumph Half Moon Cay.jpg
Carnival Sunshine Destiny/Sunshine 2013–Present 1996-2013 as Carnival Destiny 102,853 GT 3,002 Port Canaveral, Florida 
Until May 17, 2019

Charleston, South Carolina

Beginning May 18, 2019[47]

 Bahamas Originally sailed as Carnival Destiny from 1996 to 2013.
World's largest passenger ship (measured by gross tonnage), when built.
First cruise ship over 100,000 GT. Carnival now identifies the Sunshine as the only member of Sunshine Class. The first ship in the fleet to receive all Funship 2.0 amenities.
Carnival Sunshine 02.JPG
Carnival Paradise Fantasy 1998–Present 71,909 GT 2,124 Tampa, Florida  Panama Originally, Paradise Carnival Paradise docked in Havana, Cuba (cropped).jpg
Carnival Elation Fantasy 1998–Present 71,909 GT 2,130 Jacksonville, Florida 
Until May 11, 2019

Port Canaveral, Florida

Beginning May 12, 2019

 Panama Originally, Elation Carnival Elation In Jacksonville 2.jpg
Carnival Inspiration Fantasy 1996–Present 70,367 GT 2,056 Long Beach, California  Bahamas Originally, Inspiration Carnival Inspiration 01 (recropped).jpg
Carnival Imagination Fantasy 1995–Present 70,367 GT 2,056 Long Beach, California  Bahamas Originally, Imagination Post0103 - Flickr - NOAA Photo Library (cropped) (2).jpg
Carnival Fascination Fantasy 1994–Present 70,367 GT 2,056 San Juan, Puerto Rico ; Barbados   Bahamas Originally, Fascination Carnival Fascination.JPG
Carnival Sensation Fantasy 1993–Present 70,367 GT 2,056 Miami, Florida  Bahamas Originally, Sensation Carnival Sensation Nassau 12-23-11.jpg
Carnival Ecstasy Fantasy 1991–Present 70,367 GT 2,056 Charleston, South Carolina 
Until May 15, 2019

Jacksonville, Florida 
Beginning May 16, 2019

 Panama originally, Ecstasy Carnival Ecstasy docked in Port Canaveral, Florida.jpg
Carnival Fantasy Fantasy 1990–present 70,367 GT 2,056 Mobile, Alabama  Panama Originally, Fantasy 'Carnival Fantasy' Docked at Charleston (SC) July 2012.jpg

Notes

Fleet[edit]

P&O Cruises

Current fleet[edit]

Ship Built Builder In service for
P&O Cruises
Gross tonnage Flag[12] Notes Image
Oriana 1995 Meyer Werft 1995–present 69,153  Bermuda Refitted in 2016. Due to leave the fleet in August 2019.[10] Oriana in dock November 20, 2017 (37849009726).jpg
Aurora 2000 Meyer Werft 2000–present 76,152  Bermuda Refitted in 2014. Aurora departing Tallinn 29 May 2016 (cropped).jpg
Oceana 2000 Fincantieri 2002–present 77,499  Bermuda Previously Ocean Princess for Princess Cruises. Refitted in 2017. MV Oceana entering Charleston harbor. (32498102711) (cropped) (cropped).jpg
Arcadia 2005 Fincantieri 2005–present 84,342  Bermuda Previously intended for Holland America Line and Cunard Line. Refitted in 2017. Arcadia departing Tallinn Port of Tallinn 27 June 2017
Ventura 2008 Fincantieri 2008–present 116,017  Bermuda Refitted in 2018. Ventura at Funchal 2 2016 (cropped).JPG
Azura 2010 Fincantieri 2010–present 115,055  Bermuda Refitted in 2015. Azura departing Port of Tallinn 12 June 2016.jpg
Britannia 2015 Fincantieri 2015–present 143,730  United Kingdom Flagship. Largest cruise ship ever built for P&O Cruises and the UK market.[2] Britannia arrival-1.jpg