Mar
4
2014

Top 10 world’s largest cruise ships

The listing of cars or trains are quite easy in comparison with cruise or ships as its more subjective to judge the list of largest or longest cruise. There is big criteria to measure that, today we are going to publish the list of top 10 world’s biggest cruise ships and we had took this updated list from Wikipedia. This list includes constructed or under-construction ships both…

10. Royal Princess (2013)


Gross Tonnage: 142,714 GT

Length: 1,083 feet (330 m)

Beam: 126 feet (38 m)

State Rooms: 2,706

DBL Capacity: 5,412

Max. Capacity: 6,296

09. Norwegian Getaway (2014)


Gross Tonnage: 145,655 GT

Length: 1,068 feet (326 m)

Beam: 130.2 feet (39.7 m)

State Rooms: 1,780

DBL Capacity: 3,560

08. Norwegian Breakaway (2013)


Gross Tonnage: 146,600 GT

Length: 1,068 feet (326 m)

Beam: 130.2 feet (39.7 m)

State Rooms: 1,994

DBL Capacity: 3,988

07. Queen Mary 2 (2004)


Gross Tonnage: 148,528 GT

Length: 1,132 feet (345 m)

Beam: 148 feet (45 m)

State Rooms: 1,296

DBL Capacity: 2,592

Max. Capacity: 3,090

06. Independence of the Seas (2008)


Gross Tonnage: 154,407 GT

Length: 1,112 feet (339 m)

Beam: 184 feet (56 m)

State Rooms: 1,817

DBL Capacity: 3,634

Max. Capacity: 4,375

05. Liberty of the Seas (2007)


Gross Tonnage: 154,407 GT

Length: 1,112 feet (339 m)

Beam: 184 feet (56 m)

State Rooms: 1,817

DBL Capacity: 3,634

Max. Capacity: 4,375

04. Freedom of the Seas (2006)


Gross Tonnage: 154,407 GT

Length: 1,112 feet (339 m)

Beam: 184 feet (56 m)

State Rooms: 1,817

DBL Capacity: 3,634

Max. Capacity: 4,375

03. Norwegian Epic (2010)


Gross Tonnage: 155,873 GT

Length: 1,081 feet (329 m)

Beam: 133 feet (41 m)

State Rooms: 2,114

DBL Capacity: 4,100

Max. Capacity: 5,183

02. Oasis of The Seas (2009)


Gross Tonnage: 225,282 GT

Length: 1,187 feet (362 m)

Beam: 213 feet (65 m)

State Rooms: 2,706

DBL Capacity: 5,412

Max. Capacity: 6,296

01. Allure of The Seas (2010)


Gross Tonnage: 225,282 GT

Length: 1,187 feet (362 m)

Beam: 213 feet (65 m)

State Rooms: 2,706

DBL Capacity: 5,412

Max. Capacity: 6,296

 

 


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