12 Most Popular Cruise Ships In The World 2019

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Road trips and flights are a fun and efficient way to reach your dream destination. But putting the journey as a priority is true to cruising. Cruises take people on a genuinely relaxing vacation to their destinations and making the journey through vast seas one of the most memorable ones. From the Caribbean to the Mediterranean, these cruises offer unique rides for people with all kinds of definitions for relaxation.

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Most Popular Cruise Ships

1. Millennial Cruise

While cruises more attract adults looking for means to unwind, this particular one aims to attract the younger crowd and appeal them with a more adventurous ride. Launched in 2018, the U by Uniworld cruise offers stops for kayaking and hiking, as well as picturesque views and food worthy for social media posts. One of these cruises takes a round-trip to Paris with stops in Versailles and Monet’s Garden. Of course, the youth doesn’t want to stay put on the deck. These stops include bike rides along the river Seine, visits to local bars and hiking trips over its eight-day course.

2. MSC Bellissima Mediterranean Cruise

The perfect cruise ride for beginners who aren’t sure how they’ll feel at sea for a ten-day cruise. This three-day cruise is a jolly taster cruise aboard the MSC Bellissima. The brand new cruise ship sails from Barcelona to Marseilles to Genoa and back to Barcelona again. Along with the exotic stops, the ship is equipped with 20 bars, 10 restaurants and a water park for your onboard entertainment.

3. A healthy Cruise

Blue World Voyages label themselves as the first active lifestyle cruise line in the world. Starting in 2019, the cruises are dedicated to active and healthy lifestyles with a tonne of activities to do onboard. The entire deck is designated for indoor and simulated sports, gym/exercise and even spas. The stops in the cruise will include cycling tours and kayaking, paired with healthy organic food to cleanse you of toxins. The route will depart at and surround the Mediterranean, and the ships include WiFi and laundry services. Visit blueworldvoyages.co.uk for more.

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4. A Cruise and Maritime voyage aboard the Magellan

Sailing from the popular port of Dublin in Ireland, Magellan cruises from there to Portugal in August. This renowned ship has a pub, a card room, and a library to keep you occupied, along with two high-quality restaurants on board too. With room for 1,250 guests, the cruises range from seeing the Northern Lights, traditional European markets, to the ocean cruise to the West Indies. You can even follow this ship on Twitter and track its voyage.

5. Seabourn voyages

For those you wish not for a sun-soaked and tropical cruise, Seabourn offers the Ventures excursions. With Ventures, you can travel to Antarctica or the Amazon in its adventurous cruise excursions. Along with adventurous activities in these regions, your voyage is accompanied with scientists, biologists, and photographers, making it an expert-led expedition as well. But sure you can enjoy luxuries aboard this 14-day cruise as well; with extraordinary food and champagne.

6. Sailing through the Norwegian fjords

Travelers and adventurers are delighted by Norway’s fjords, which are more than 1000 in number. Instead of standing on the side and photographing next to it, you can dive right in and sail through these gorges with MSC Norwegian Fjords cruises. One of the cruises sails through the Geirangerfjord and the Nærøyfjord, past green cliffs and glaciers. You sail aboard the MSC Meraviglia, which because of its extravagant size offers an array of amenities. Several dining options and entertainment while you wait for the fjords to come to you. Booking online also helps you to include flights to Dublin for easy travel.

7. Underwater with Ponant

Ponant is a French luxury cruise line offering intimate and lavish luxury cruises across the Caribbean. Le Lapérouse and Le Champlain are two new cruise ships that include an impressive underwater lounge. While the ship sails above choppy waters, you can relax in the Blue Eye lounge and witness the incredible underwater wildlife along with intense subaquatic music. Once you get into deep waters, there are chances that you’ll hear whales singing to each other.

8. 10-12 day cruises aboard the Celebrity Reflection

The mega cruise ship named Celebrity Reflection by Celebrity Cruises sails from various spots throughout the year. This includes a breathtaking voyage from Dublin to Iceland, a voyage to-and-fro from Barcelona with stops at Naples, Florence, and Rome, and more destination hoping. These cruises have just two-three days with just cruising, and the rest for exploring the beautiful cities and towns where it halts for the day. On the days of cruising, you can enjoy the full pool or hot tub along with many other amenities just for your relaxation.

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9. Concerts aboard the MegaCruise

The heavy metal band Megadeth have begun a cruise named MegaCruise which sails from Los Angeles on October 2019. Coming from its background, the cruise will feature an intense playlist of heavy metal music, along with live performances from bands like Anthrax and Danko Jones. The five-day cruise aims at reaching Ensenada in Mexico and with a stop at San Diego. You can book online at megacruise.com

10. Cool cruise by Virgin

With a sleek and cool design and interiors, Virgin Voyages continues its signature style of cool transport. Their first cruise ship named Scarlet Lady will sail from the home port of Miami, with a stop at Virgin’s private beach in the Bahamas, right till Puerto Rico. filled with exotic amenities aboard its 17 decks, Virgin Voyages is determined to give you a luxurious yet close-to-home experience in vacationing with its cruise. Signature red and white designs, hippest cruise restaurants, and a tattoo parlor, on-deck yoga, high-end restaurants with a twist, all of it are enough to entice paying vacationers to jump aboard. Visit https://www.virginvoyages.com/ for more.

11. Symphony of the Seas by Royal Caribbean

Symphony of the Seas by Royal Caribbean
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What an experience it would be to sail across Europe in the largest cruise ship in the world. Royal Caribbean offers exactly that with the ship called Symphony of the Seas, and Harmony and Allure are two other ships that follow in the list. Departing from Southampton in the UK, the cruise offers a voyage involving France, Spain, and Portugal for a seven-night cruise. Visit Royal Caribbean.ie for more.

12. An eco-friendly Northern Lights trip

It is well known that cruising is not the most environmentally friendly mode of transport, as each ship shells out fumes and sewage into the waters with each voyage. Norwegian cruise line Hurtigruten, the largest expedition cruise line in the world, has noticed this problem and launched a campaign of solutions. MS Roald Amundsen is the world’s first ship to be powered by a hybrid battery and the cruise line has also banned all use of single-use plastic on its ships. You can go on an 11-day voyage with this cruise line to the Norwegian Lights without harming the natural world.

Many of these cruises sail in 2019, but the mentioned cruise lines have several other fantastic cruises year-long. You can book and check more of such cruises online on their website.

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