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Most Expensive Cruises In The World

Traveling today has become one of the most magical ways to unwind from the stressful lives we lead. But planning for a vacation becomes more stressful when there are fewer options in hand. In addition to this, questions like where to go and what to do often arise when looking at the logistics of the overall trip, making it even more chaotic.

So, what next? Well, to help save your precious time, we have mentioned the finest luxury liners of the world, which in every way make your journey memorable.

  1. Celebrity Edge:
    Manufacturing Cost: $1 billion.
    This first-class cruise ship is 1,004 ft long and can carry around 2,918 passengers and 1,377 crew members. In addition to the usual recreational amenities, the vessel also has some exceptional features, such as a rotating spiral staircase and a state-of-the-art theatre with panoramic projection.
  2. Carnival Mardi Grass:
    Manufacturing Cost: $950 million.
    Carnival Mardi Grass is touted as one of the largest luxury liners with a total of 2641 rooms. One of the unique aspects of the ship is that it is fitted with LNG-powered main engines that are environment-friendly. Apart from this, the marine vessel has created history by adding a “Sea Coaster” from BOLT for enjoyment purposes.
  3. Allure Of The Seas:
    Manufacturing Cost: $1.5 billion.
    The ship is the second vessel to have a successful voyage from the Royal Caribbean International’s Cruise ships line. The ocean craft is stocked with the best amenities, such as a two-deck dance hall, state-of-the-art theatre, skating rink, sports courts, and restaurants, making it the first choice for many travel enthusiasts.
  4. Norweigan Epic:
    Manufacturing Cost: $1.2 billion.
    Touted as the third-largest luxury vessel at the time of her maiden journey, the Norweigan Epic is a true wonder in all aspects. While many years later, she has been overtaken in terms of size by other ships, this mighty liner houses the largest Aquapark and cabins for single passengers. With a total capacity of 4228 passengers and a myriad of entertainment options, this one is the true personification of luxury travel.
  5. MSC World Europa:
    Manufacturing Cost: $1.25 billion
    MSC World Europa is often cited in the media as the few green fuel ships present today. The cruise is 1060 ft long, 135 ft wide, and 245 feet in height and is capable of housing 5079 passengers and 1413 crew members. In addition to its 22 decks, the liner also provides several dining and entertainment options to keep her travelers happy.
  6. Harmony Of The Seas:
    Manufacturing Cost: $1.35 billion
    Harmony of the Seas is built by STX France and measures 1188 feet in length, 215.5 feet in width, and 238 feet in height. The ship debuted in 2018 and has the overall capacity to welcome 6,687 passengers and 2,200 crew members. From theatres, restaurants, and sports courts, the liner has enough options to keep tourists entertained during their trip.
  7. AIDAnova:
    Manufacturing cost: $1.1 billion
    The ocean craft ranks as the 5th biggest vessel in the world and can accommodate 6,600 passengers and 1500 crew members. It’s not just her gigantic size that is impressive; the ship houses 17 restaurants, 23 bars, a full-service day spa, and a 360-degree theatre for recreation purposes. With a total manufacturing cost of $1.1 billion, the cruiser is powered by LNG(liquified gas), which makes it eco-friendly.
  8. MSC Meraviglia:
    Manufacturing Cost: $1 billion.
    The MSC Meraviglia commenced her journey in June 2017 and boasts of an overall capacity of 4,500 passengers and 1,536 crew members. The ship has in total of 15 passenger decks along with tons of restaurants, bars, theatres, and other entertainment options that you will find in the small towns.
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