Sunday, December 23, 2018

Cruise Ships to Look For in 2019

Who doesn’t love a new ship?  Here’s the 2019 line-up that we’re all looking forward to!

Spectrum of the Seas (4,246-passengers): In June 2019 Royal Caribbean’s Spectrum of the Seas, a ship custom built for the Chinese market, will start sailing from Shanghai. This is the first of the Quantum Ultra-Class which will debut a new private enclave for Golden and Silver Suite guests, including keycard access, a private elevator, dedicated restaurant and lounge, exclusive amenities and access to The Balcony for sunbathing.

MSC Bellissima (4,415 passengers) & MSC Grandiosa (4,827-passengers): Bellissima will begin sailing in March and Grandiosa will launch in November. Both ships present digital cruise personal assistant, Zoe. Designed for use in staterooms, guests can quickly and easily find out information from Zoe rather than asking in person at the Guest Relations desk.

Norwegian Encore (4000 passengers): This is the fourth and final Norwegian Breakaway-Plus class vessel which will launch in November 2019. There’s so much to love about this class of ship! It will home port at a new Port Miami terminal.

Sky Princess (3,660-passengers): Debuting in late 2019, Princess Cruises’ Sky Princess is the fourth Royal-class ship. Sky Princess introduces the line’s new Sky Suites, the ship’s largest staterooms and the first to accommodate five guests and offer the fleet’s largest balconies with luxury furnishings.

Carnival Panorama (3,954-passengers): Carnival Panorama, a Vista-class ship, will sail its first cruise for CarnivalCruise Line in December 2019. It’s the first new Carnival ship to be home-ported in California in 20 years. Its seven-day itinerary will depart from Long Beach every Saturday to the Mexican Riviera, including Cabo San Lucas, Mazatl├ín and Puerto Vallarta.

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