3. Allure of the Seas – The charm of the sea
Launched in 2010, Allure of the Seas boasts 25 dining options, four swimming pools and 10 whirlpools and can accommodate up to 6,687 people. At 361 meters tall, the Royel Caribbean’s ship also has a modern 1,380-seat theater, offering performances such as Tony’s award-winning musical “Chicago”.
In addition, due to the collaboration of Royal Caribbean with DreamWorks Entertainment, Allure of the Seas and most of its sister ships have characters from movies like “Shrek” and “Madagascar” on board.
4. Oasis of the Seas
Oasis of the Seas is the original ship in the Oasis group. It is also the first yacht designed with “seven neighborhoods” as a standard for yachts today. The ship has set a new capacity record (capacity of 6,780 people) at its launch in 2009. This also set the record for the highest and deepest diving tank ever to sail.
5. MSC Meraviglia
MSC Meraviglia is the first cruise ship on the list that does not belong to the Royal Caribbean and is the first vessel in the MSC Meraviglia group. It also has an identical sister ship that will be delivered in 2019.
Among the characteristic features of The onboard is an exclusive agreement signed by MSC with Cirque du Soleil circus, performing onboard 12 times a week.
With its main activity area being the Mediterranean, Meraviglia has a branch of Eataly. This is a famous Italian specialty store chain and a Mediterranean-style indoor promenade LED Sky longer than 79m, open 24 hours each day.
6. Norway Bliss
Norway Bliss, the newest and largest member of the Norwegian Breakaway-Plus group Cruise Line (NCL) made its first voyage in late April 2018.
NCL ships can be identified from a distance from the eye-catching paints that decorate their hulls and the other three ships are no exception (the fourth will appear in 2019).
The deck helps visitors feel closer to the sea than one of the special features of the NCL cruise ships. Norway Bliss also has go-karts, a major competitive factor and outdoor laser performance course.