Seabourn Quest, which launched in June 2011, is one of the smallest ships in Seabourn's fleet. It can fit up to 458 passengers and about one crew member for every cruiser.
Launched in 2007 and most last updated in 2017, Queen Victoria features all the hallmarks of the Cunard line, plus upgraded staterooms, Britannia Club dining, a revamped sun deck and more.
Built in 2017, the 3,804-passenger, 1,821-crew-member Norwegian Joy was refurbished and redeployed to Alaska in 2019. Accommodation options include Inside, Oceanview and Balcony
After launching in 2011, Carnival Magic received updates in 2016 that added new restaurants, including a specialty Italian restaurant (for an extra fee) and Guy’s Burger Joint. In 2021, Magic underwent a small refurbishment to expand the casino and refresh the swimming pools and other common areas.
Queen Mary 2
Queen Mary 2 ranks #1 out of 3 Cunard Line Cruise Ships based on an analysis of expert and user ratings, as well as health ratings also renovated staterooms and suites, additional spaces and kennels for transatlantic
The 2,713-passenger Disney Magic is the oldest ship in the Disney Cruise Line fleet (it first launched in 1998) but it received some updates in 2018, including the "Rapunzel's Royal Table" dining experience.
Debuted in October 2019, Sky Princess can accommodate 3,660 passengers and 1,346 crew members. With so much space, you'll find plenty of things to do
Debuted in 2015, Viking Star was the fleet's first ocean liner. Welcoming up to 930 passengers, the ship features all-veranda staterooms ranging from 270 to 1,448 square feet.
Disney Dream is one of Disney's largest ships. Highlights include the 765-foot AquaDuck water coaster, a virtual sports simulator and theatrical performances that bring Disney animated favorite