- Royal Caribbean’s Harmony of the Seas 226,963 GT
- Royal Caribbean’s Allure of the Seas 225,282 GT
- Royal Caribbean’s Oasis of the Seas 225,282 GT
- MSC Meraviglia 171,598 GT
- Royal Caribbean’s Quantum of the Seas 168,666 GT
- (tie) Royal Caribbean’s Anthem of the Seas 168,666 GT
- (tie) Royal Caribbean’s Ovation of the Seas 168,666 GT
- Norwegian Joy 167,725 GT
- Norwegian Escape 165,157 GT
- Royal Caribbean’s Liberty of the Seas 155,889 GT
- Norwegian Epic 155,873 GT
- Royal Caribbean’s Freedom of the Seas 154,407 GT
- (tie) Royal Caribbean’s Independence of the Seas 154,407 GT
- Genting Dream 150,695 GT
- Queen Mary 2 149,215 (only ocean liner to make the list)
- Norwegian Breakaway 146,600 GT
- Norwegian Getaway 145,655 GT
- Majestic Princess 145,000 GT
- Britannia (P&O Cruises) 143,730 GT
- Royal Princess 142,714 GT
- Regal Princess 142,229 GT
- Royal Caribbean’s Navigator of the Seas 139,570 GT
- MSC Divina 139,072 GT
- (tie) MSC Preziosa 139,072 GT
- Royal Caribbean’s Mariner of the Seas 138,279 GT
They are based out of Miami, FL and they operate 24 ships. They have 11 ships on this list.
They operate 16 Ships and headquartered in Maimi. They have 5 on this list.
Mediterranean Shipping Company
Yes, this is the parent company of MSC Cruises and they are headquartered in Geneva, Switzerland. They operate 16 ships. They have 3 on this list
P & O Cruises
They are headquartered in Southampton, United Kingdom and they operate 8 cruise ships. They have 1 ship on this list.
They are headquartered in Southhampton, United Kingdom and they operate 3 ships right now and arriving in 2022 the 4th. They have one ship on this list.
They are located out of Santa Clarita, CA and they operate 17 Cruise ships. They have 3 ships on this
They are located out of Hong Kong, China. They have a total of 6 ships in total and they have 1 on this list.
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It’s no secret that cruise lines are building larger cruise ships than ever before, and the trend is going to continue over the next decade. Cruise ships are measured by gross tonnage, a volume measurement of inside a ship (not to be confused with weight). The first cruise ship to ever break the 100,000 gross ton […]