Cruise Line-O-Meter

I (Zack) have cruised on the three most popular cruise lines in the United States, Carnival, Norwegian and Royal Caribbean. Now, I have my biases, but I'm going to try and give the most wholistic comparison of the three in order to help you in your quest for a cruise! If you'd like to know why I've ranked the following as I have, please drop me a line by clicking here!

"3" being the best and "1" being the....well "less best".

Royal Caribbean ships by class and year.

Royal Caribbean ships by class and year.

Click the picture below for a list of airport codes!

Cruise Ship Watch!

Check here to see the list of new, anticipated cruise ships! It's always good to know which cruise lines are growing, expanding and investing in their fleet for an overall better cruise experience!

Carnival: Carnival Horizon (April 2018)

Celebrity: Celebrity Edge (December 2018)

Disney: Disney Unnamed #1 (2021), Disney Unnamed #2 (2023)

MSC: MSC Meraviglia (June 2017), MSC Seaside (December 2017), MSC Seaview (June 2018), MSC Bellissima (March 2019)

Norwegian: Norwegian Joy (June 2017), Norwegian Bliss (June 2018)

Princess: Majestic Princess (March 2017)

Royal Caribbean: Symphony of the Seas (April 2018)

Updated July 31st, 2017

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