Cruises-N-More Announces New Ships for 2018 and Beyond

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CNM Announces New Ships for 2018 and Beyond

Celebrating 18 Years Providing Expert Cruise and Travel Planning, Family Owned and Operated Cruises-N-More – Land, River & Ocean Experts

ORLANDO, Fla. (Sept. 25, 2017)

According to the Cruise Lines International Association, over $6.8 billion has been invested in new ships. There are many reasons the cruise lines are investing so much in vacation options.

Cruising continues to be extremely popular.  Over 57 percent of cruisers say there is a high value experience for the cost of the cruise.

The cost of a cruise includes many options:

  1. Visiting multiple destinations while the ship serves as your hotel.
  2. Every meal you could possibly imagine, including cabin service, is generally included (a tip is nice, although not mandatory).
  3. Many non-alcoholic drinks are included from water, juice, coffee & tea.
  4. Entertainment of all varieties and professional theater performances.
  5. A multitude of activities from dance classes to pool games and activities. Classes of all types, cooking, port lectures, and on and on.
  6. Rock climbing, miniature golf, shuffleboard and, of course, the lazy days of quietly sitting and watching the ocean go by while enjoying a book.
  7. Fitness centers and running tracks.
  8. Children’s programs to keep those little ones having a wonderful learning vacation experience.

Ships on order and approximate delivery dates

Mainstream Cruises

  • Carnival Cruise Line will debut the Carnival Horizon in March 2018. The ship will carry 3,954 passengers.
  • Carnival Cruise Line will debut a new Vista Class ship in late 2019.
  • Carnival Cruise Line will debut a not yet named ship in 2020. This ship will carry 5,200 passengers.
  • Carnival Cruise Line will debut a not yet named ship in 2022. This ship will carry 5,200 passengers.
  • Costa Cruises will debut a not yet named ship in Spring 2019. It will carry 4,200 passengers. This ship will be part of the Costa Asia brand.
  • Costa Cruises will debut a not yet named ship in 2020. It will carry 4,200 passengers. This ship will be part of the Costa Asia brand.
  • Costa Cruises will debut a not yet named ship in 2019. It will carry 6,660 passengers.
  • Costa Cruises will debut a not yet named ship in 2020. It will carry 6,660 passengers.
  • Disney Cruise Line will debut a new ship in 2021. It will have 1,250 staterooms. The name is yet to be determined.
  • Disney Cruise Line will debut a new ship in 2023. It will have 1,250 staterooms. The name is yet to be determined.
  • MSC Cruises will debut MSC Meraviglia June 10, 2017. It will carry 4,500 guests.
  • MSC Cruises will debut the MSC Seaside in November 2017. It will carry 4,140 passengers
  • MSC Cruises will debut the MSC Seaview in June 2018. It will carry 5,300 passengers. Its name is to be determined.
  • MSC Cruises will debut the Bellissima in 2019. It will carry 4,500 guests.
  • MSC Cruises will debut a Meraviglia-class ship in 2020. It will carry 4,500 guests. Its name is to be determined.
  • MSC Cruises will debut a new Meraviglia Plus class ship in early 2019. It will carry 4,888 passengers.
  • MSC Cruises will debut a new Meraviglia Plus class ship in April 2020. It will carry 4,888 passengers
  • MSC Cruises will debut a new Meraviglia Plus class ship 2024. It will carry 4,888 passengers
  • MSC Cruises will debut a new Seaside Class Vessel in 2021. It will carry 5,300 passengers. Its name is to be determined.
  • MSC Cruises will debut a World Class ship in 2022. Its name is to be determined. It will carry 5,700 passengers.
  • MSC Cruises will debut a World Class ship in 2024. Its name is to be determined. It will carry 5,700 passengers.
  • MSC Cruises will debut a World Class ship in 2025. Its name is to be determined. It will carry 5,700 passengers.
  • MSC Cruises will debut a World Class ship in 2026. Its name is to be determined. It will carry 5,700 passengers.
  • Norwegian Cruise Line will debut the Norwegian Bliss in the second quarter of 2018. It will carry 4,200 passengers
  • Norwegian Cruise Line will debut a new Breakaway-Plus class ship in the fourth quarter of 2019. It will carry 4,200 passengers
  • Royal Caribbean International will debut a new Oasis Class ship, Symphony of the Seas, in 2018. It will carry 6,780 passengers
  • Royal Caribbean International will debut a new Quantum Class ship in Spring 2019. It will carry 4,180 passengers.
  • Royal Caribbean International will debut a new Oasis Class ship in 2020. It will carry 5,400 passengers

Premium Cruise Lines

  • Celebrity Cruises will debut a new EDGE ship in autumn 2018. It will carry 2,900 passengers.
  • Celebrity Cruises will debut the Celebrity Beyond in Spring 2020. It will carry 2,900 passengers.
  • Holland America Line will debut the Nieuw Statendam in November 2018. It will carry 2,650 passengers.
  • Holland America Line will debut a new ship in 2021. It will be a sister ship to the Koningsdam.
  • Princess Cruises will debut a new ship in their Royal Class in 2019. It will carry 3,560 passengers.
  • Princess Cruises will debut a new ship in their Royal Class in 2020. It will carry 3,560 passengers.
  • Princess Cruises will debut a new ship in their Royal Class in 2022.
  • Viking Ocean Cruises will debut the Viking Sun in November 17, 2017. It will carry 930 passengers.
  • Viking Ocean Cruises will debut Viking Spirit in 2018. It will carry 930 passengers.
  • Viking Ocean Cruises will debut a new ship in 2020. It will carry 930 passengers.
  • Viking Ocean Cruises will debut a new ship in 2021. It will carry 930 passengers.
  • Viking Ocean Cruises will debut a new ship in 2022. It will carry 930 passengers.

 

Luxury Cruise Lines

  • Crystal Cruises will debut the first of three new ships beginning in 2018. The new ships will carry 1,000 passengers.
  • Crystal Cruises will debut the second of three new ships in 2019. The new ships will carry 1,000 passengers.
  • Crystal Cruises will debut the third of three new ships in 2020. The new ships will carry 1,000 passengers.
  • Ritz-Carlton is launching luxury cruise line with 3 new ships, these small, ultra luxury ships are expected late 2019.
  • Regent Seven Seas Cruises will debut the sister ship to the Seven Seas Explorer in 2020. It will carry 750 passengers
  • Seabourn will debut the Seabourn Ovation in Spring 2018. It will carry 604 passengers.
  • Virgin Voyages will debut their first ship early 2020, followed by 2 more ships in 2021 and 2022.

 

River Cruise Lines

  • AmaWaterways will debut the AmaLea in 2018. It will carry 158 passengers.
  • AmaWaterways will debut a ship to sail in India in Fall 2018. Name and size to be determined.
  • Crystal River will debut Crystal Debussy in 2018. It will carry 84 passengers.
  • Crystal River will debut Crystal Bach in June 2017. It will carry 110 passengers.
  • Crystal River will debut Crystal Ravel in 2018. It will carry 84 passengers.
  • Crystal River will debut Crystal Mahler in August 2017. It will carry 110 passengers.
  • Crystal River will debut 2 additional river ships to be delivered by 2019. The ships have not been named.
  • Crystal Yacht Cruises will launch the Crystal Endeavor expedition yacht in August 2018. It will carry 200 passengers.
  • Emerald Waterways will debut the Emerald Liberte in July 2017. It will carry 138 passengers.
  • Emerald Waterways will debut the Emerald Radiance in June 2017. It will carry 112 passengers.
  • Scenic will introduce Scenic Eclipse, their first yacht as part of the Ocean Cruising Line, August 31, 2018. It will carry 228 passengers.
  • Scenic will introduce their second yacht as part of the Ocean Cruising Line in 2019. It will carry 228 passengers.

Specialty Cruises

  • American Cruise Lines will debut a new ship in 2018, name to be determined. It will carry 170 passengers.
  • American Cruise Lines will debut 5 new ships beginning in 2018. They will carry 200 passengers.
  • American Queen Steamboat Company will debut the American Duchess July 2017.
  • Ponant will launch four new ships beginning in 2018. The first ship will be Le Champlain on September 20, 2018. The new ships will have 92 staterooms.

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