The World’s 10 Biggest Cruise Ships

Cruise ships, over the last few decades, haven’t just grown in number, but also in size.

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1. Symphony of the Seas

Royal Caribbean International



Tonnage: 227,625 tons
Capacity: 5,400 passengers
Built: 2018
Length: 362.1 meters
Beam: 47.4 meters
Sailing regions in 2021: Caribbean

2. Harmony of the Seas

(Royal Caribbean International)



Tonnage: 227,625 tons
Capacity: 5,400 passengers
Built: 2016
Length: 362.1 meters
Beam: 47.4 meters
Sailing regions in 2021: Caribbean and Mediterranean

3. Allure of the Seas

Royal Caribbean International



Tonnage: 220,000 tons
Capacity: 5,400 passengers
Built: 2010
Length: 362 meters
Beam: 47 meters
Sailing regions in 2021: Caribbean

4. Oasis of the Seas

Royal Caribbean International



Tonnage: 220,000 tons
Capacity: 5,400 passengers
Built: 2008
Length: 361.6 meters
Beam: 47 meters
Sailing regions in 2021: Caribbean, Bahamas, and East Coast

5. Mardi Gras

Carnival Cruise Line



Tonnage: 183,900
Capacity: 5,200 passengers
Built: 2021
Length: 337 meters
Beam: 42 meters

6. Iona

P&O Cruises



Tonnage: 183,900 tons
Capacity: 5,200 passengers
Built: 2020
Length: 337 meters
Beam: 42 meters
Sailing regions in 2021: Northern Europe and the Canaries

7. AIDAnova

AIDA Cruises



Tonnage: 183,900 tons
Capacity: 5,000 passengers
Built: 2018
Length: 337 meters
Beam: 42 meters
Sailing regions in 2021: Mediterranean and the Canaries

8. Costa Smeralda

Costa Cruises



Tonnage: 182,700 tons
Capacity: 5,224 passengers
Built: 2019
Length: 337 meters
Beam: 42 meters
Sailing regions in 2021: Mediterranean

9. MSC Grandiosa

MSC Cruises



Tonnage: 177,100 tons
Capacity: 4,888 passengers
Built: 2019
Length: 331 meters
Beam: 43 meters
Sailing regions in 2021: Mediterranean

10. Spectrum of the Seas

Royal Caribbean International



Tonnage: 168,666 tons
Capacity: 4,100 passengers
Built: 2019
Length: 347 meters
Beam: 41.4 meters
Sailing regions in 2021: China and Southeast Asia