Have you ever chosen a cruise based on the reputation of the ship first? Try it and consider taking a cruise on one of these most innovative ships.
Royal Caribbean, Anthem of the Seas
The entertainment value of this ship is revolutionary. Try the skydiving simulator, or play at the SeaPlex, which is an activity area that offers bumper cars, roller rink, and circus school. Or simply take in the stunning 270 degree panoramic views in the viewing atrium and take in all of the fabulous cuisine there is to dine on.
The newest Princess ship, it is a phenomenal 50 per cent larger than any other Princess boat. The ship features a SeaWalk, which is a glass-bottomed walkway. Dine in one of three main dining rooms, visit the epic theatre or dance the night away in the ships 6 nightclubs.
Royal Caribbean, Quantum of the Seas
The first ship built in the “Quantum class,” prepare to be blown away. Featuring a unique 360 degree viewing pod called the NorthStar, you can be elevated to 300 feet above sea level in a small capsule. The state rooms are more family friends and offer virtual balconies.
The Dream is a bigger and bolder ship than Disney cruise-liners prior to it. With all of the delight you would expect from a Disney cruise ship, some of the offerings are: virtual portholes, digital paintings, a social-network that is ship-wide and interactive magic play floors for kids, there are also lots to attract the adults of the family too.
Cunard, Queen Mary 2
The flagship for Cunard Line, the Queen Mary 2 has gone through one extensive renovation. The first planetarium at sea is on board; there are 15 restaurants, five swimming pools, a casino, ballroom and theatre. This transatlantic ship will deliver you from Southampton to New York in style and to many other destinations.
Regent Seven Seas, Seven Seas Explorer
Coming in the summer of 2016 the Seven Seas explorer will be offering elegance unparalleled in cruise liners. This ship offers all-inclusive luxury from the spaclub, plush lounges, to gourmet dining; no detail has been spared in the 6-star service offered on the Seven Seas Explorer.