Mega ships are a work of art. There’s something really exciting to know about cruise ships from design to innovative features, and cruisers love to check out the latest cruise ships. Here are some of the best new ocean-going cruise vessels debuting in 2020.
Crystal Endeavor (Crystal Cruises)
Crystal Expedition Cruises’ luxury expedition ship, Crystal Endeavor is designed with the spirit of discovery and exploration. The all-suite vessel has incredible features, such as high-end dining venues, an elegant glass-covered solarium with a pool and Jacuzzi, a cigar bar, a stylish spa, and more. A state-of-the-art fold-out platform offers stunning views of wilderness from glacial kingdoms to volcanic isles. For the adventure-seeking guests, the Mud Rooms are curated for all manner of expedition and water sport activities.
Silver Origin (Silversea)
One of the world’s greenest cruise ships Silversea is preparing for a graceful entry to the market with Silver Origin. The cruise ship is an important milestone and has been purpose-built to operate in the Galapagos Islands. The 100-guest vessel designed by GEM- Design for Cruise Ships, comprises eight categories of the all-suite, all-balcony rooms. The cruise ship will feature wall-to-wall, floor-to-ceiling windows in most spaces that will maximize nature viewing.
Evrim (Ritz-Carlton Yacht Collection)
Another cruise ship to look out for is the Ritz-Carlton Yacht Collection’s first ship, the Evrim. The 298-passenger vessel Evrima will be upscale with a stylish, residential look. The ship features spacious cabins, a stylish spa, and a stunning deck-top lounge space. Onboard there are opportunities to experience an á la carte restaurant designed by Sven Elverfeld of the three Michelin-starred Aqua in the Ritz-Carlton Wolfsburg, Germany.
Odyssey of the Seas (Royal Caribbean)
Royal Caribbean fans will love the 4,198-passenger Odyssey of the Seas. The new cruise ship featured with state-of-the-art technology has an ideal set-up for action on Sky Pad or soaking up the sun at a stylishly-designed resort-style pool deck. Onboard there would be new culinary experiences like Giovanni’s Kitchen and Wine Bar, and awe-inspiring entertainment.
Mardi Gras (Carnival Cruise Line)
Carnival’s new flagship Mardi Gras will be 35% bigger than the recently unveiled Carnival Panorama. At 180,000 tons, the cruise ship will feature a broader array of suites, Carnival’s largest waterpark ever, and exciting dining venues.