The World’s Largest Cruise Ships – Infographic

There are now many different ways to explore the world, but there’s none quite like a cruise ship. Sailing aboard a cruise liner allows you to visit exotic cities and explore stunning natural landscapes, all the while being treated like royalty by staff who spare no effort in ensuring that your trip is a pleasurable one. Let’s just say it’s an experience far removed from that of being parked on board a low-budget flight where you’re consigned to a cramped seat and forced to pay over the odds for run of the mill food.

If you’ve wondered just what there is to enjoy on board a cruise ship, this infographic from Nature’s Water ( will give you a strong idea. They have put together a list of the 10 largest cruise liners in the world, each of them a hulking, gleaming nautical beauty with no shortage of amenities to enjoy. If you’ve dreamt about playing golf while exploring glorious waters, Royal Caribbean’s Harmony of the Seas provides that opportunity. For Lady Gaga fans, the Allure of the Seas has a dance class based on the music and choreography of the world-renowned singer. If you’re a theatre enthusiast and you’ve never been able to get tickets for a West End show, the production of ‘We Will Rock You’ on board Anthem of the Seas is a more than viable alternative. That’s before we even get into the outstanding restaurants, upmarket shopping and regal relaxation treatment that each of these has to offer.

Feast your eyes on the infographic below and you’ll quickly see why cruise travel is an experience that sets itself apart from any other mode of transportation.


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    1. Cruises can be as expensive as you want them to be but you can also find some really good deals if you look. You also have to consider what is included in the price of the cruise: all your food, accommodation, entertainment, use of most of the ships facilities and basic drinks.

      1. As an example, I’m going on a Mediterranean cruise next year and I’m paying around £70 per day, this includes an inside cabin, all inclusive food, ship entertainment, activities and return flights from England. This is with Princess Cruises and you can similar or even cheaper deals with other cruise lines such as Royal Caribbean, Carnival, Norwegian Cruise Line and Costa Cruises.

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