Coral Expeditions Coral Adventurer: brand new 120 passenger ship is built to take you closer to unspoilt vistas in comfort, style and safety.
Hapag-Lloyd Cruises’ Hanseatic nature: a German speaking ship! "The wind in your hair and the spray on your skin – become an explorer under an open sky. This is why our ships have more open deck space than any other expedition ship. Hear the ice crack as you stand on the bow. Or discover the dense mangrove forests of the Amazon from various perspectives as they pass by at arm’s length."
Mystic Cruise’s World Explorer: Their first cruise ship will incorporate the latest maritime technology, including two Rolls Royce 9,000 kw hybrid diesel/electric engines and Far Sounder's Forward-looking Sonar (FLS) to deftly navigate harbors, rivers, and iceberg fields for access to city centers and up-close vistas.
Royal Caribbean International’s Spectrum of the Seas: "Hop into the Sky Pad℠ for an out-of-this-world bungee trampoline experience. Discover the true meaning of exclusivity in the Suite Club, a lavish oasis encompassing private dining rooms, lounges and an upscale Solarium. Savor a bold tapestry of authentic spices and flavors while feasting on endless views for the whole table at Sichuan Red."
Oceanwise Expeditions’ Hondius: "the most flexible, advanced, innovative ice-strengthened vessel in the polar regions. It is optimized for exploratory voyages that provide you the utmost first-hand contact with the Arctic and Antarctica."
Celebrity Cruises’ Flora: "Indulge in the largest and most luxurious accommodations in the Galapagos Islands, where every stateroom is a suite."
Ponant’s Le Bougainville: Featuring innovative and environmentally-friendly equipment, elegantly designed staterooms, spacious suites with large windows, and lounge areas that open onto the outside, this new limited-capacity yacht boasting just 92 staterooms and suites will offer you a truly unique cruising experience.
Hurtigrutens Roald Amundsen: "This state-of-the-art vessel will feature new and environmentally sustainable hybrid technology that will reduce fuel consumption and show the world that hybrid propulsion on large ships is possible."
Aurora Expeditions/SunStone’s Greg Mortimer: "Accommodating 100 landing passengers plus kayakers and divers in the polar regions, with an average of 120 per voyage, the Greg Mortimer redefines expedition cruising for the future. Not only is the ship bigger to contend with adverse weather conditions, its added creature comforts make for a more enjoyable journey out on the open ocean."
Scenic’s Scenic Eclipse: "Intimate and luxurious, with every amenity you could wish for, Scenic Eclipse has been designed with you in mind. Delighting both the keen explorer and elegant traveller, The World’s First Discovery Yacht is certain to surpass all your ocean cruising expectations."
Ponant’s Le Dumont d’Urville: "Standout features on Le Dumont d'Urville will be an aft marina and the underwater Blue Eye Lounge. Specially developed hydrophones, located beneath the ship's keel, let people in the lounge hear underwater sounds from as far away as 5 kilometers. Plus, the underwater sounds resonate as vibrations on special sofas passengers can sit on."
Carnival Cruise Line’s Carnival Panorama: Known as the Most Anticipated Cruise Ship, it will include 15 decks and will sail from California. It will include a SkyZone, a Sky Ride, Waterpark, Bar and Pool, and so much more!
Costa Cruises’ Costa Smeralda: "Its spaces take the name of and inspiration from the squares of the “Bel Paese” of Italy: as you walk down the wide stair case of the stern, it will feel like you are strolling through Piazza di Spagna, and browsing through shops, bars and restaurants to glimpse the liveliness of magical places like those of Trastevere, with the privilege of a unique perspective, that of the sea."
Norwegian Cruise Line’s Norwegian Encore: "Take one more victory lap on the race track. Catch an award-winning Broadway show. And get completely lost in yet another virtual reality wonderland. Do all this and so much more on Norwegian Encore."
Hapag-Lloyd Cruises’ Hanseatic Inspiration: "More open deck space than on any other expedition shipGlass balconies: Float over the ocean with perfect views when watching whales and dolphins, for exampleObservation Deck and Lounge: The terraced Observation Deck offers the best views as well as permanently mounted binoculars. Located one deck lower, the Observation Lounge brings the excitement indoors with its 180-degree panoramic viewNature/inspiration walk: The new deck track at the bow puts you in the front row for wildlife sightings.Marina: The marina is the convenient starting point for a variety of warmwater sports – kayaks, stand-u"p paddle boards and snorkelling equipment are available for you to use."
Antarctica21’s Magellan Explorer: "the first small passenger ship purpose-built for Antarctica fly cruises. She boasts technical solutions designed to enhance the expedition experience while offering a stylish and comfortable feel."
MSC Cruises’ MSC Grandiosa: "Cirque du soleil at Sea has created 2 brand new shows exclusively for MSC Grandiosa, which you can enjoy in a high-tech lounge while savoring a superb culinary experience. And if you choose the Aurea Experience, you’ll appreciate the pleasures of flexible dining and unlimited drinks in a dedicated restaurant."
Princess Cruises’ Sky Princess: "Sky Princess, the newest addition to our fleet, elevates the distinctive, contemporary design and luxurious attractions of our renowned Royal-class ships to even loftier heights. You can look forward to our most exciting entertainment venues yet, our newest dining choices and award-winning chef partnerships, as well as more staterooms than ever to relax in."
Ritz-Carlton Yacht Collection’s Azura: "The Ritz-Carlton Yacht Collection's first yacht, expected to begin sailing in February 2020, will be named Azora.The name means "sky blue," derived from "azure" and "azul" (Spanish for blue). Blue is also one of Ritz-Carlton's signature colors.The Azora will hold 298 passengers with 149 suites and two owner's suites."
Star Clippers’ Flying Clipper: "the biggest yet and its first new-build in 15 years! There are two plunge pools on deck (one with a glass bottom, filtering watery light into the atrium below) and a spectacular scuba diving pool near the stern, dramatically descending some 18 feet through two decks, with glass sides so passengers below decks can watch the divers."
Virgin Voyages’ Scarlet Lady: "We don't want to encourage you to stay in bed all day, but with our killer app and tablet in every room, we made it very tempting. And if the trip starts while you're mid-binge, worry not — we literally have a satellite (yes, a satellite) that can beam you all the goodness. So dim the lights, order in, make a reservation all while being completely horizontal. With our new program, the Scarlet Squad, we're seeking to help women flourish in industries previously occupied exclusively by men"
Lindblad Expeditions’ National Geographic Endurance: "next-generation expedition ship, purpose-built for polar navigation.