List of the world's largest cruise ships

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The following is a list of the world's largest cruise ships over 100,000 gross tonnes, including ships that are in service, under construction, and out of service. Ships are ranked by gross tonnage.

In service[edit]

(100,000+ GT)

Rank Ship Cruise Line Year Gross
Tonnage
Length Beam Staterooms Passenger capacity
Maximum Waterline Double Maximum
1 Allure of the Seas Royal Caribbean International 2010 225,282 GT[1] 1,187 ft (362 m)[2] 213 ft (65 m)[2] 154 ft (47 m)[3] 2,706[1] 5,412[1] 6,296[1]
Oasis of The Seas Royal Caribbean International 2009 225,282 GT[4] 1,187 ft (362 m)[4] 213 ft (65 m)[4] 154 ft (47 m)[5] 2,706[4] 5,412[4] 6,296[4]
3 Quantum of the Seas Royal Caribbean International 2014 168,666 GT[6] 1,139 ft (347.1 m)[7] 162 ft (49.5 m)[7] 136 ft (41.4 m)[7] 2,090 4,180[6] 4,905[6]
Anthem of the Seas Royal Caribbean International 2015 168,666 GT[6] 1,141 ft (348 m)[6] 136 ft (41 m)[6] 2,090 4,180[6] 4,905[6]
5 Norwegian Epic Norwegian Cruise Line 2010 155,873 GT[8] 1,081 ft (329.5 m)[9] 133 ft (40.6 m)[9] 2,114[9] 4,100[9] 5,183
6 Freedom of the Seas Royal Caribbean International 2006 154,407 GT[10] 1,112 ft (339 m)[10] 184 ft (56 m)[10] 126.6 ft (38.6 m)[10] 1,817[10] 3,634[10] 4,375[10]
Liberty of the Seas Royal Caribbean International 2007 154,407 GT[11] 1,112 ft (339 m)[11] 184 ft (56 m)[11] 126.6 ft (38.6 m)[11] 1,817[11] 3,634[11] 4,375[11]
Independence of the Seas Royal Caribbean International 2008 154,407 GT[12] 1,112 ft (339 m)[12] 184 ft (56 m)[12] 126.6 ft (38.6 m)[12] 1,817[12] 3,634[12] 4,375[12]
9 Queen Mary 2 Cunard 2004 148,528 GT[13][14] 1,132 ft (345 m)[15] 147 ft (45 m)[15] 135 ft (41 m)[15] 1,296[16] 2,592[16] 3,090[16]
10 Norwegian Breakaway Norwegian Cruise Line 2013 146,600 GT 1,068 ft (326 m) 169.7 ft (51.7 m)[17] 130.2 ft (39.7 m)[18] 1,994 3,988
11 Norwegian Getaway Norwegian Cruise Line 2014 145,655 GT 1,068 ft (326 m) 169.7 ft (51.7 m)[17] 130.2 ft (39.7 m) 2,014 3,910
12 Britannia P&O Cruises 2015 143,730 GT 1,080 ft (330 m) 3,611 4,100
13 Royal Princess Princess Cruises 2013 142,714 GT 1,083 ft (330 m) 155 ft (47 m)[19] 126 ft (38 m)[19] 1,780 3,560 4,100
14 Regal Princess Princess Cruises 2014 142,229 GT 1,083 ft (330 m) 155 ft (47 m)[19] 126 ft (38 m)[19] 1,780 3,560 4,100
15 Navigator of the Seas Royal Caribbean International 2002 139,570 GT[20] 1,020 ft (310 m)[21] 161 ft (49 m)[22] 126 ft (38 m)[22] 1,638[21] 3,276[21] 3,807[21]
16 MSC Divina MSC Cruises 2012 139,400 GT 1,093 ft (333 m) 125 ft (38 m) 1,739 3,478 3,900
MSC Preziosa MSC Cruises 2013 139,400 GT[23] 1,093 ft (333 m) 125 ft (38 m)[23] 1,739[23] 3,478[23] 3,959[23]
18 Mariner of the Seas Royal Caribbean International 2003 138,279 GT[24] 1,020 ft (310 m)[24] 161 ft (49 m)[22] 126 ft (38 m)[22] 1,557[24] 3,114[24] 3,807[24]
19 Explorer of the Seas Royal Caribbean International 2000 138,194 GT[25] 1,020 ft (311 m)[25] 161 ft (49.1 m)[25] 127 ft (38.6 m)[26] 1,557[27] 3,114[27] 3,840[27]
Voyager of the Seas Royal Caribbean International 1999 138,194 GT[28] 1,021 ft (311.1 m)[28] 156 ft (47.4 m)[28] 127 ft (38.6 m)[29] 1,557[30] 3,114[30] 3,840[30]
21 MSC Fantasia MSC Cruises 2008 137,936 GT[31] 1,093 ft (333 m) 124 ft (38 m) 1,637[31] 3,274[31] 3,900[31]
MSC Splendida MSC Cruises 2009 137,936 GT[31] 1,093 ft (333 m) 124 ft (38 m) 1,637[31] 3,274[31] 3,900[31]
23 Adventure of the Seas Royal Caribbean International 2001 137,276 GT[32] 1,020 ft (310 m)[32] 157 ft (48 m)[32] 127 ft (38.6 m)[33] 1,557[32] 3,114[32] 3,807[32]
24 Costa Diadema Costa Cruises 2014 132,500 GT[34] 1,004 ft (306 m) 3,700 4,928
25 Carnival Dream Carnival Cruise Lines 2009 130,000 GT[35] 1,004 ft (306 m)[35] 122 ft (37 m)[35] 1,823[35] 3,646[35] 4,631[35]
Carnival Magic Carnival Cruise Lines 2011 130,000 GT[34] 1,004 ft (306 m)[34] 122 ft (37 m)[34] 1,845[34] 3,690[34] 4,720[34]
Carnival Breeze Carnival Cruise Lines 2012 130,000 GT[34] 1,004 ft (306 m)[34] 122 ft (37 m)[34] 1,845[34] 3,690[34] 4,720[34]
Disney Dream Disney Cruise Line 2011 130,000 GT[36] 1,115 ft (340 m)[36] 137 ft (42 m)[36] 1,250[36] 2,500[36] 4,000[36]
Disney Fantasy Disney Cruise Line 2012 130,000 GT[36] 1,115 ft (340 m)[36] 137 ft (42 m)[36] 1,250[36] 2,500[36] 4,000[36]
30 Celebrity Reflection Celebrity Cruises 2012 125,366 GT[37] 1,047 ft (319 m)[37] 123 ft (37.4 m)[37][38] 1,523[39] 3,046[39] 3,480[39]
31 Celebrity Silhouette Celebrity Cruises 2011 122,210 GT[40] 1,033 ft (315 m)[40] 121 ft (36.9 m)[40] 1,443[39] 2,886[39] 3,320[39]
32 Celebrity Solstice Celebrity Cruises 2008 121,878 GT[41] 1,041 ft (317.2 m)[41] 121 ft (36.9 m)[41] 1,426[39] 2,852[39] 3,148[39]
Celebrity Equinox Celebrity Cruises 2009 121,878 GT[42] 1,041 ft (317.2 m)[42] 121 ft (36.9 m)[42] 1,426[39] 2,852[39] 3,148[39]
Celebrity Eclipse Celebrity Cruises 2010 121,878 GT[43] 1,040.5 ft (317.14 m)[43] 121 ft (36.8 m)[43] 1,426[39] 2,852[39] 3,148[39]
35 Ventura P&O Cruises 2008 116,017 GT 950 ft (290 m) 118 ft (36 m) 1,537 3,092 3,597
36 Diamond Princess Princess Cruises 2004 115,875 GT[44] 952 ft (290 m)[44] 158 ft (48 m)[44] 1,337[44] 2,670[44] 3,286[44]
Sapphire Princess Princess Cruises 2004 115,875 GT[45] 952 ft (290 m)[45] 158 ft (48 m)[45] 1,337[45] 2,670[45] 3,286[45]
38 Azura P&O Cruises 2010 115,055 GT[46] 952 ft (290 m)[46] 118 ft (36 m)[46] 1,557[46] 3,096[46] 3,574[46]
39 Costa Serena Costa Cruises 2007 114,500 GT[47] 951 ft (290 m)[47] 118 ft (36 m)[47] 1,500[47] 3,000[47] 3,700
Costa Pacifica Costa Cruises 2009 114,500 GT[48] 950 ft (290 m)[48] 118 ft (36 m)[48] 1,504[48] 3,000[48] 3,700[48]
Costa Favolosa Costa Cruises 2011 114,500 GT[49] 950 ft (290 m) 118 ft (36 m) 1,508[49] 3,016 3,800
Costa Fascinosa Costa Cruises 2012 114,500 GT[50] 950 ft (290 m) 118 ft (36 m) 1,508 3,016 3,800
43 Ruby Princess Princess Cruises 2008 113,561 GT[51] 951 ft (290 m)[51] 159 ft (48 m)[51] 1,540[51] 3,080[51] 3,861[51]
Crown Princess Princess Cruises 2006 113,561 GT[52] 951 ft (290 m)[52] 159 ft (48 m)[52] 1,532[52] 3,080[52] 3,858[52]
Emerald Princess Princess Cruises 2007 113,561 GT[53] 951 ft (290 m)[53] 159 ft (48 m)[53] 1,532[53] 3,080[53] 3,841[53]
46 Carnival Splendor Carnival Cruise Lines 2008 113,300 GT[54] 952 ft (290 m)[54] 125 ft (38 m)[54] 1,503[54] 3,006[54] 4,914[54]
47 Caribbean Princess Princess Cruises 2004 112,894 GT[55] 951 ft (290 m)[55] 159 ft (48 m)[55] 1,557[55] 3,080[55] 3,762[55]
48 Carnival Conquest Carnival Cruise Lines 2002 110,000 GT[56] 952 ft (290 m)[56] 125 ft (38 m)[56] 1,487[56] 2,974[56] 3,700[56]
Carnival Glory Carnival Cruise Lines 2003 110,000 GT[57] 952 ft (290 m)[57] 125 ft (38 m)[57] 1,487[57] 2,974[57] 3,700[57]
Carnival Valor Carnival Cruise Lines 2004 110,000 GT[58] 952 ft (290 m)[58] 125 ft (38 m)[58] 1,487[58] 2,974[58] 3,730[58]
Carnival Liberty Carnival Cruise Lines 2005 110,000 GT[59] 952 ft (290 m)[59] 125 ft (38 m)[59] 1,487[59] 2,974[59] 3,700[59]
Carnival Freedom Carnival Cruise Lines 2007 110,000 GT[60] 952 ft (290 m)[60] 125 ft (38 m)[60] 1,487[60] 2,974[60] 3,700[60]
53 Golden Princess Princess Cruises 2001 109,000 GT[61] 951 ft (290 m)[61] 159 ft (48 m)[61] 1,300[61] 2,590[61] 3,199[61]
Star Princess Princess Cruises 2002 109,000 GT[62] 951 ft (290 m)[62] 159 ft (48 m)[62] 1,301[62] 2,590[62] 3,199[62]
Grand Princess Princess Cruises 1998 109,000 GT[63] 951 ft (290 m)[63] 159 ft (48 m)[63] 1,300[63] 2,590[63] 3,199[63]
56 Carnival Sunshine Carnival Cruise Lines 1996 102,853 GT[64] 893 ft (272 m)[64] 125 ft (38 m)[64] 1,321[64] 2,642[64] 3,400[64]
57 Costa Fortuna Costa Cruises 2003 102,587 GT[65] 890 ft (270 m)[65] 118 ft (36 m)[65] 1,358[65] 2,720[65]
Costa Magica Costa Cruises 2004 102,587 GT[66] 890 ft (270 m)[66] 118 ft (36 m)[66] 1,358[66] 2,720[66]
59 Carnival Triumph Carnival Cruise Lines 1999 101,509 GT[67] 893 ft (272 m)[67] 125 ft (38 m)[67] 1,379[67] 2,758[67] 3,470[67]
Carnival Victory Carnival Cruise Lines 2000 101,509 GT[68] 893 ft (272 m)[68] 125 ft (38 m)[68] 1,379[68] 2,758[68] 3,470[68]

Under construction[edit]

Rank Ship Cruise Line Year
(Planned)
Gross
Tonnage
Length Beam Staterooms Passenger capacity
Maximum Waterline Double Maximum
1 Harmony of the Seas[69] Royal Caribbean International 2016[70] 227,000 GT[71][72] 1,188 ft (362 m)[71] 217 feet (66 m)[71] 2,747[71] 5,479[71] 6,360[71]
OASIS4 [69] Royal Caribbean International 2018[70] 227,000 GT[71][72] 1,188 ft (362 m)[71] 217 feet (66 m)[71] 2,747[73] 5,479[73] 6,360[73]
3 Ovation of the Seas Royal Caribbean International 2016 168,666 GT[6] 1,141 ft (348 m)[6] 136 ft (41 m)[6] 2,090 4,180[6] 4,905[6]
TBA Royal Caribbean International 2019[74] 168,666 GT[6] 1,141 ft (348 m)[6] 136 ft (41 m)[6] 2,090 4,180[6] 4,905[6]
5 MSC Meraviglia MSC Cruises 2017 167,600 GT[75] 1,033 ft (315 m)[75] 141 ft (43 m) 2,250[75] 4,500[75] 5,700[75]
TBA MSC Cruises 2019 167,600 GT[75] 1,033 ft (315 m)[75] 141 ft (43 m) 2,250[75] 4,500[75] 5,700[75]
7 Norwegian Escape Norwegian Cruise Line 2015 164,600 GT[76] 1,098 ft (334.6 m)[76] 136 ft (41.5 m)[76] 2,124[76] 4,248[76]
Norwegian Bliss Norwegian Cruise Line 2017 164,600 GT[77] 4,200[77]
TBA Norwegian Cruise Line 2018 164,600 GT[77] 4,200[77]
TBA Norwegian Cruise Line 2019 164,600 GT[77] 4,200[77]
11 MSC Seaside MSC Cruises 2017 154,000 GT [75] 1,060 ft (320 m)[75] 135 ft (41 m) 2,070[75] 4,140[75] 5,300[75]
TBA MSC Cruises 2018 154,000 GT[75] 1,060 ft (320 m)[75] 135 ft (41 m) 2,070[75] 4,140[75] 5,300[75]
13 Genting World Star Cruises 2016 151,000 GT [78] 1,063 ft (324 m)[78] 130 ft (39.7 m)[78] 1,600 3,200 4,500
TBA Star Cruises 2017 151,000 GT[78] 1,063 ft (324 m)[78] 130 ft (39.7 m)[78] 1,680 3,360 4,500[78]
15 TBA Princess Cruises 2017 142,229 GT 980 ft (300 m) 155 ft (47 m) 126 ft (38 m) 1,780 3,560 4,100
16 Carnival Vista Carnival Cruise Line 2016 133,500 GT 3,954
TBA Carnival Cruise Lines 2018 133,500 GT 3,954
18 Aidaprima AIDA Cruises 2015 124,500 GT 980 ft (300 m) 3,250
TBA AIDA Cruises 2016 124,500 GT 980 ft (300 m) 3,250
20 TBA Celebrity Cruises 2018 117,000 GT 980 ft (300 m) 123 ft (37,5 m) 2,900
TBA Celebrity Cruises 2020 117,000 GT 980 ft (300 m) 123 ft (37,5 m) 2,900

Out of service[edit]

(100,000+ GT)

Rank Ship Cruise Line Year
In Service
Year
Out of Service
Gross Tonnage Length Beam Staterooms Passenger capacity
Double Maximum
1 Costa Concordia Costa Cruises 2006[79] 2012[80] 114,147 GT[79] 951 ft (290 m) 118 ft (36 m) 1,500[79] 3,000[79] 3,780[79]

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