Best Amazing New Cruise Ships Currently Being Built

Viking Sky, Credit: Viking Ocean Cruises

Viking Sky, Credit: Viking Ocean Cruises

If you love cruise ships, then you will be excited with some of the most massive and trendy cruise ships in the world. The cruising industry will unfold some grand cruise beauties in the near future. With the itineraries soon rolling out, you can book your adventure-packed voyage. These cruise lines would be well-equipped with hi-end technology, and infrastructure which cruise fans can drool over. We have hand-picked some of the best cruise ships which are currently being built.

Viking Sky: This is a state-of-the-art ship was thoughtfully created by master nautical architects and designers. Featured with a touch of Scandinavian design, guests will love the intimate design and elegance. The ship can carry 930 guests and the launch date is set for February 2017 for the 48000-ton ship.

Norwegian Joy: This is the world’s first purpose-built cruise liner for the China market, which was unveiled by world-renowned Norwegian Cruise Line (NCL). The ship defines innovation and promises the guests an experience which is nothing short of paradise. Norwegian Joy is designed to specially cater to Chinese guests. CEO, Frank Del Rio, reiterates that the ship will deliver resort-style vacation experiences. The 163,000-ton ship can carry 3,900 guests and the launch date is set in spring 2017.

Norwegian Bliss: The Norwegian Bliss will be the third ship in the Norwegian Cruise Line’s (NCL) Breakaway-Plus class. President, Andy Stuart, was thrilled to announce this first cruise line which would offer guests to experience cruising Alaska. The brand new 167,800 ton ship with state-of-the-art technology will be specifically designed for Alaska. The ship’s hull artist is celebrated Marine artist, Wyland, who is known for his grand murals of whales, paintings and sculptures of sea otters.

Look out for new cruise ships like Royal Caribbean’s Oasis IV launching in mid-2018, and the MSC Cruises World Class which will bring out its first LNG-powered ship in the year 2022.

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