World’s Largest Cruise Ships Photos

Which are considered the world’s largest cruise ships? The world’s largest cruise ship is the Oasis of the Seas. It’s five times larger than the Titanic, has seven neighborhoods, an ice rink, a golf course and a 750-seat outdoor amphitheater.

The Oasis of the Seas is about 20 stories high, has 2,700 cabins and can accommodate 6,300 passengers and 2,100 crew members. Ticket prices for the Oasis run from $1,299 to $4,829.
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Independence of the Seas – operated by the Royal Caribbean cruise line that entered service in April 2008. The 15-deck ship can accommodate 4,370 passengers served by 1,360 crew.
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Freedom of Seas Cruise Ship – it is 1,112 feet long, 184 feet wide and it has 15 passenger decks holding 3,634 guests.
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Liberty of the Seas – entered regular service in May 2007. It was initially announced that she would be called Endeavour of the Seas, however this name was later substituted.
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Queen Mary 2 – named after the Cunard Lines original Queen Mary. Queen Mary 2’s facilities include 15 restaurants and bars, five swimming pools, a casino, a ballroom, a theatre, a planetarium, and kennels.
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MS Navigator of the Seas – The ship measures 138,279 gross tons and can carry 3,114 passengers, plus crew. Her length is 1,020 feet and with a beam of 157.5 feet.
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Mariner of the Seas – one of the largest in its fleet and among the largest passenger ships in the world. Currently the ship sails 7-night round trips from Los Angeles to the Mexican Riviera.
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Explorer of the Seas – It can handle over 3100 guests, including scientists making use of a built-in atmospheric and oceanographic laboratory operated by the University of Miami’s Rosenstiel School of Marine and Atmospheric Science.
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