10. Norwegian Joy – was built in 2017 especially for Chinese travelers. Capacity 3,883 people, number of staff – 1,821 people, length -334 m
9. Norwegian Bliss is the newest liner of the Norwegian Cruise Line launched in 2018. The NCL ships can be recognized from afar thanks to the colorful patterns that adorn their hulls. The liner has built the largest race track for karting. The capacity of 4,004 people, the number of personnel – 1,716 people, length – 303 m
The 8th-6th place is occupied by 3 ships of the Quantum class from Royal Caribbean: Quantum of the Seas – launched in 2014, Anthem of the Seas in 2015, Ovation of the Seas in 2016. The liners have a wind tunnel and a North Star observation capsule, which rises into air. The capacity is 4 905 people, the number of personnel is 1500 people, the length is 348 m.
5. MSC Meraviglia is the only MSC liner on this list. Launched in 2017. Among the features is a contract with Cirque du Soleil, which arrange their shows directly on the ship. The capacity is 5 714 people, the number of staff is 1540 people, the length is 316 m.
4. Oasis of the Seas – the first Oasis class liner from Royal Caribbean was launched in 2009. Capacity 6,780 people, number of staff -2,100 people, length -362 m
3rd place: Allure of the Seas – the second Oasis class liner, which we saw in 2010. Thanks to the collaboration with DreamWorks, characters from Shrek and Madagascar are on board. Capacity 6 687 people, number of staff -2 193 people, length -362 m
2nd place: Harmony of the Seas – a billion-dollar ship, 2016. To tell what it holds, a separate post is needed: a living park, the highest slide, an aqua theatre, robotic bartenders, etc. Capacity 6 687 people, number of staff -2 193 people, length -362 m
1st place: Symphony of the Seas-18 decks, 22 restaurants, 24 swimming pools, 2,759 cabins, a park with more than 20,000 tropical plants and 7 different zones. Capacity 6,680 people, number of staff -2,200 people, length -362 m