More You Know: 10 Largest Cruise Ships

Here’s a list of the 10 largest cruise ships in the world with a gross tonnage over 120,000 that have been built and sailed in 2019.  There are larger ships expected to sail in 2020 and beyond.  To put these numbers in perspective, the largest container ships have a range of 187,541 to 232,618 gross tonnage that were built from 2015 to 2019.  The source material came from Wikipedia.

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10. Spectrum of the Seas by Royal Caribbean International.  It first sailed in 2019 with a gross tonnage of 169,116 and is 348 meters or 1,141 feet long.  It has 2,090 staterooms and double capacity of 4,180.

9.  MSC Bellissima by MSC Cruises.  It first sailed in 2019 with a gross tonnage of 171,598 and is 315.83 meters or 1,036.2 feet long.  It has 2,217 staterooms and double capacity of 4,434. (This is basically the second 8).

8.  MSC Meraviglia by MSC Cruises.  It first sailed in 2017 with a gross tonnage of 171,598 and is 315.83 meters or 1,036.2 feet long.  It has 2,244 staterooms and double capacity of 4,488.

7.  MSC Grandiosa by MSC Cruises.  It first sailed in 2019 with a gross tonnage of 181,541 and is 331.43 meters or 1,087.4 feet long.  It has 2,632 staterooms and double capacity of 5,264.

6.  AlDAnova by AIDA Cruises. It first sailed in 2018 with a gross tonnage of 183,858 and is 337 meters or 1,106 feet long.  It has 2,626 staterooms and double capacity of 5,252.

5.  Costa Smeralda by Costa Cruises.  It first sailed in 2019 with a gross tonnage of 185,010 and is 337 meters or 1,106 feet long.  It has 2,612 staterooms and double capacity of 5,224.

4.  Allure of the Seas by Royal Caribbean International.  It first sailed in 2010 with a gross tonnage of 225,282 and is 360 meters or 1,180 feet long.  It has 2,742 staterooms and double capacity of 5,484.

3.  Oasis of the Seas by Royal Caribbean International.  It first sailed in 2009 with a gross tonnage of 226,838 and is 360 meters or 1,801 feet long.  It has 2,742 staterooms and double capacity of 5,484.

2.  Harmony of the Seas by Royal Caribbean International.  It first sailed in 2016 with a gross tonnage of 226,963 and is 362.12 meters or 1,188 feet long.  It has 2,747 staterooms and double capacity of 5,494.

1.  Symphony of the Seas by Royal Caribbean International.  It first sailed in 2018 with a gross tonnage of 228,081 and is 361.011 meters or 1,184.42 feet long.  It has 2,759 staterooms and double capacity of 5,518.

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