Newest Ships

Newest Ships: Following is a listing of the newest ships to hit the water.

Expedition Cruise Lines

  • Atlas Ocean Voyages will debut the World Traveler in November 2022. It will carry 200 passengers.
  • Atlas Ocean Voyages will debut the World Seeker in 2023. It will carry 200 passengers.
  • Atlas Ocean Voyages will debut the World Adventurer in 2024. It will carry 200 passengers.
  • Atlas Ocean Voyages will debut the World Discoverer in 2024. It will carry 200 passengers.
  • Ecoventura will debut the Evolve in December 2022 for Galapagos Island cruises. It will carry 20 passengers.
  • Scenic will debut the Eclipse II in April 2023. It will carry 228 passengers.

Upscale Contemporary Cruise Lines

  • MSC Cruises will debut the MSC Seascape in November 2022. It will carry 5,877 passengers.
  • MSC Cruises will debut the MSC World Europa in December 2022. It will carry 6,762 passengers.
  • MSC Cruises will debut the MSC Euribia in June 2023. It will carry 5,806 passengers.
  • MSC Cruises will debut a World Class II ship in 2024. Its name is to be determined. It will carry 6,762 passengers.
  • MSC Cruises will debut a World Class III ship in 2025. Its name is to be determined. It will carry 6,762 passengers.
  • MSC Cruises will debut a World Class IV ship in 2027. Its name is to be determined. It will carry 6,762 passengers.
  • Norwegian Cruise Line will debut the Norwegian Prima in September 2022. It will carry 3,099 passengers.
  • Norwegian Cruise Line will debut the Norwegian Viva in summer 2023. It will carry 3,215 passengers.
  • Norwegian Cruise Line will debut the Prima Class III ship in 2024. It will carry 3,550 passengers.
  • Norwegian Cruise Line will debut the Prima Class IV ship in 2025. It will carry 3,550 passengers.
  • Norwegian Cruise Line will debut the Prima Class V ship in 2026. It will carry 3,550 passengers.
  • Norwegian Cruise Line will debut the Prima Class VI ship in 2027. It will carry 3,550 passengers.
  • Royal Caribbean International will debut the Icon of the Seas in fall 2023. It will carry 5,650 passengers.
  • Royal Caribbean International will debut the Utopia of the Seas in 2024. It will carry 5,714 passengers.
  • Royal Caribbean International will debut a new ship in the Icon Class of ships in 2025. It will carry 5,650 passengers.
  • Royal Caribbean International will debut a new ship in the Icon Class of ships in 2026. It will carry 5,650 passengers.

Premium Cruise Lines

  • Celebrity Cruises will debut the Celebrity Ascent in fall 2023. It will be an Edge class ship and will carry 3,260 passengers.
  • Celebrity Cruises will debut a new ship in 2025. It will be an Edge class ship and will carry 3,260 passengers.
  • Disney Cruise Line will debut a new ship in 2024. It will carry 4,000 passengers.
  • Disney Cruise Line will debut a new ship in 2025. It will carry 4,000 passengers.
  • Princess Cruises will debut a Sphere-class cruise ship I in November 2023. It will carry 4,300 passengers.
  • Princess Cruises will debut a Sphere-class cruise ship II in May 2025. It will carry 4,300 passengers.

Ultra-Premium Cruise Lines

  • Cunard Line will debut the Queen Anne in January 2024. It will carry 2,996 passengers.
  • Oceania Cruises will debut the Vista in April 2023. It will carry 1,200 passengers.
  • Oceania Cruises will debut a new ship in 2025. The ship will be in the Allura Class and will carry 1,200 passengers.
  • Swan Hellenic will debut the SH Diana in March 2023. It will carry 192 passengers.
  • Viking Ocean Cruises will debut an expedition ship, the Viking Polaris, in August 2022. It will carry 378 passengers.
  • Viking Ocean Cruises will debut the Viking Neptune in late 2022. It will carry 930 passengers.
  • Viking Ocean Cruises will debut the Viking Saturn in April 2023. It will carry 930 passengers.
  • Viking Ocean Cruises will debut a new ship in 2024. It will carry 930 passengers.
  • Viking Ocean Cruises will debut two new ships in 2025. Each will carry 930 passengers.
  • Viking Ocean Cruises will debut two new ships in 2026. Each will carry 930 passengers.
  • Viking Ocean Cruises will debut a new ship in 2027. It will carry 930 passengers.

Ultra-Luxury Cruise Lines

  • Explora Journeys will debut the Explora I in May 2023. It will carry 1,000 passengers.
  • Explora Journeys will debut the Explora II in 2024. It will carry 1,000 passengers.
  • Explora Journeys will debut the Explora III in 2026. It will carry 1,000 passengers.
  • Explora Journeys will debut the Explora IV in 2027. It will carry 1,000 passengers.
  • Explora Journeys will debut the Explora V in 2027. It will carry 1,000 passengers.
  • Explora Journeys will debut the Explora VI in 2028. It will carry 1,000 passengers.
  • Regent Seven Seas Cruises will debut the Seven Seas Grandeur in November 2023. It will be a sister ship to Seven Seas Explorer and Seven Seas Splendor. It will carry 750 passengers.
  • Ritz-Carlton will debut a custom-built superyacht Evrima on August 31st, 2022. It will carry 298 passengers.
  • Ritz-Carlton will debut a custom-built superyacht Ilma in 2024. It will carry 456 passengers.
  • Ritz-Carlton will debut a custom-built superyacht Luminara in 2025. It will carry 456 passengers.
  • Seabourn will debut the Seabourn Pursuit in April 2023. It will be a sister ship to Seabourn Venture and will carry 264 passengers.
  • Silversea Cruises will debut the Silver Nova in July 2023. It will carry 728 passengers.
  • Silversea Cruises will debut the Silver Ray in 2024. It will carry 728 passengers.

Rebellious Luxe Cruise Lines

  • Virgin Voyages will debut the Resilient Lady in May 2023. It will carry 2770 passengers.
  • Virgin Voyages will debut the Brilliant Lady in late 2023. It will carry 2770 passengers.

Premium River Cruise Lines

  • Lueftner Cruises (Amadeus cruises) will debut the MS Amadeus Riva in May 2023. It will carry 158 passengers.

Luxury River Cruise Lines

  • AmaWaterways will debut the AmaLilia in 2024. It will carry 68 passengers.
  • AmaWaterways will debut the AmaMagdalena in 2024. It will carry 70 passengers.
  • Viking River Cruises will debut the Viking Mississippi in August 2022. It will carry 386 passengers.

U.S. River Cruise Lines

  • American Cruise Line will debut the American Symphony in August 2022. It will carry 175 passengers.
  • American Cruise Line will debut the American Serenade in April 2023. It will carry 175 passengers.
  • American Cruise Line will debut the American Eagle in July 2023. It will carry 109 passengers.
  • American Cruise Line will debut the American Glory in October 2023. It will carry 109 passengers.

River Cruise Lines

  • Emerald Waterways will debut the Emerald Sakara in February 2023. It will carry 100 passengers.
  • Saga Cruises will debut the Spirit of the Moselle in May 2023. It will carry 192 passengers.
  • Saga Cruises will debut the Spirit of the Main in 2024. It will carry 192 passengers.
  • Saga Cruises will debut the Spirit of the Elbe in 2025. It will carry 192 passengers.
  • Saga Cruises will debut the Spirit of the Rhône in 2026. It will carry 192 passengers.

Contemporary Cruise Lines

  • Carnival Cruise Line will debut the Carnival Celebration in November 2022. It will carry 5,374 passengers.
  • Carnival Cruise Line will debut the Carnival Jubilee in November 2023. It will carry 5,374 passengers.
  • TUI Cruises will debut the Mein Schiff 7 in 2024-Q2. It will carry 2,894 passengers.
  • TUI Cruises will debut the Mein Schiff 8 in 2024-Q4. It will carry 4,100 passengers.
  • TUI Cruises will debut the Mein Schiff 9 in 2026. It will carry 4,100 passengers.
  • P&O Cruises will debut the Arvia in December 2022. It will carry 5,200 passengers.

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