New Cruise Ships in 2017-2018: VIDEO

By ,   December 12, 2016 ,   Cruise Industry

What's next from the biggest cruise lines in the world? The following is an yearly rundown of maritime vessels on request for real brands, for example, Norwegian and Royal Caribbean, redesigned to incorporate two new ships as of late declared by cruise industry mammoth Carnival

For the coming year, the real issue in journey deliver building is the improvement of new Princess and Norwegian vessels went for the Chinese market. Additionally eminent is the landing of the biggest ships ever for MSC Cruises, Seabourn and Silversea

Among the most complex voyaging machines worked by man, maritime journey ships take years to build, so any new requests put in the coming months likely won't be filled until 2020 at the soonest. We'll keep on updating this page as new requests are declared.

Here's the list:

Seabourn Encore (Seabourn Cruise Line); Passengers: 604; Maiden voyage: Dec. 4; Notable: Seabourn's largest ship ever;

Viking Sky (Viking Cruises); Passengers: 930; Maiden voyage: March 25; Notable: Third ocean-going ship for river cruise giant Viking

Silver Muse (Silversea Cruises); Passengers: 596; Maiden voyage: April 20; Notable: Largest Silversea ship ever

Majestic Princess (Princess Cruises); Passengers: 3,560; Maiden voyage: April; Notable: Third in line's new Royal series; to be deployed to China market

Norwegian Joy (Norwegian Cruise Line); Passengers: 4,200; Maiden voyage: May; Notable: Second in line's new Breakaway Plus series; to be deployed to China market

American Constellation (American Cruise Lines); Passengers: 170; Maiden voyage: May 6; Notable: USA-focused line's latest coastal cruiser

MSC Meraviglia (MSC Cruises); Passengers: 4,500; Maiden voyage: June; Notable: First in the new Meraviglia class of ship at MSC

Flying Clipper (Star Clippers); Passengers: 300; Maiden voyage: second half of 2017; Notable: World's largest square rigger

MSC Seaside (MSC Cruises); Passengers: 4,140; Maiden voyage: November; Notable: First in the new Seaside class of ship for MSC

Carnival Horizon (Carnival Cruise Line); Passengers: 3,954; Maiden voyage: March; Notable: Sister ship to Carnival Vista.

National Geographic Quest (Lindblad Expeditions); Passengers: 100; Maiden voyage: June 26; Notable: First of two new ships on order for the adventure line