Cruise Facts Cruise Ships Under Construction/Ordered 2016 - 2023

Cruise Ships Under Construction/Ordered 2016 – 2023

Cruise lines are continuing to order and build cruise ships to meet the growing demand of the cruise industry.  Below is a list of cruise ships that are currently under construction or have been ordered by the major cruise lines.

Carnival Cruise Line

Carnival Vista

2nd Vista Class Ship

  • Scheduled to be completed in March 2018
  • 4,000 passengers
  • 135,500 gross tons

Celebrity Cruises

1st EDGE Class Ship

  • Scheduled to be completed in the fall of 2018
  • 2,900 passengers
  • 117,000 gross tons

2nd EDGE Class Ship

  • Scheduled to be completed in early 2020
  • 2,900 passengers
  • 117,000 gross tons

Costa Cruises

1st Unnamed Ship

  • Scheduled to be completed in 2019
  • 6,600 passengers
  • 180,000 gross tons

2nd Unnamed Ship

  • Scheduled to be completed in  2020
  • 6,600 passengers
  • 180,000 gross tons

Disney Cruise Line

Unnamed #1

  • Scheduled to be completed in 2021
  • 4,000 passengers
  • 135,000 gross tons

Unnamed #2

  • Scheduled to be completed in 2023
  • 4,000 passengers
  • 135,000 gross tons

Holland America Line

ms Koningsdam

  • Scheduled to be completed in the spring of 2016
  • 2,600 passengers
  • 99,500 gross tons

2nd Pinnacle Class ship

  • Scheduled to be completed in the fall of 2018
  • 2,600 passengers
  • 99,500 gross tons

MSC Cruises

1. MSC Seaside

  • Scheduled to be completed in 2017
  • 4,500 passengers
  • 167,600 gross tons

2. MSC Meraviglia

  • Scheduled to be completed in 2017
  • 4,100 passengers
  • 154,000 gross tons

3. 2nd Vista Class Ship

  • Scheduled to be completed in 2019
  • 4,100 passengers
  • 154,000 gross tons

4. 2nd Seaside Class Ship

  • Scheduled to be completed in 2018
  • 4,500 passengers
  • 167,600 gross tons

5. 3rd Seaside Class Ship

  • Scheduled to be completed in 2020
  • 4,500 passengers
  • 167,600 gross tons

6. 3rd Vista Class Ship

  • Scheduled to be completed in 2021
  • 4,100 passengers
  • 154,000 gross tons

7. 4th Seaside Class Ship

  • Scheduled to be completed in 2022
  • 4,500 passengers
  • 167,600 gross tons

Norwegian Cruise Line

Norwegian Joy

  • Scheduled to be completed in 2017 and headed to China
  • 4,200 passengers
  • 164,000 gross tons

Norwegian Bliss

  • Scheduled to be completed in the first quarter of 2018
  • 4,200 passengers
  • 163,000 gross tons

4th Breakaway Plus Class Ship

  • Scheduled to be completed in 2019
  • 4,200 passengers
  • 164,000 gross tons

Princess Cruises

Majestic Princess

  • Scheduled to be completed in 2017
  • 3,600 passengers
  • 141,000 gross tons

4th Royal Class Ship

  • Scheduled to be completed in 2019/2020
  • 3,600 passengers
  • 141,000 gross tons

Royal Caribbean

Ovation of the Seas

  • Scheduled to be competed in 2016
  • 4,100 passengers
  • 167,800 gross tons

4th Quantum Class Ship

  • Scheduled to be completed in spring of 2019
  • 4,100 passengers
  • 167,800 gross tons

5th Quantum Class Ship

  • Scheduled to be completed in spring of 2020
  • 4,100 passengers
  • 167,800 gross tons

Harmony of the Seas

4th Oasis Class Ship

  • Scheduled to be completed in 2018
  • 5,400 passengers
  • 227,625 gross tons

Viking Cruises

Viking Sea

  • Scheduled to be completed in March 2016
  • 930 passengers
  • 48,000 gross tons

Viking Sky

  • Scheduled to be completed in February 2017
  • 930 passengers
  • 48,000 gross tons

Viking Sun

  • Scheduled to be completed in October 2017
  • 930 passengers
  • 48,000 gross tons

Unnamed #1

  • Scheduled to be completed in June 2018
  • 930 passengers
  • 48,000 gross tons

Unnamed #2

  • Scheduled to be completed in September 2020
  • 930 passengers
  • 48,000 gross tons

Virgin Cruises

1. Unnamed

  • Scheduled to be completed in 2020
  • 2,800 passengers
  • 110,000 gross tons

2. Unnamed

  • Scheduled to be completed in 2021
  • 2,800 passengers
  • 110,000 gross tons

3. Unnamed

  • Scheduled to be completed in 2022
  • 2,800 passengers
  • 110,000 gross tons

The 1,600 passenger Titanic II was scheduled to be built by 2018 by Australian billionaire Clive Palmer.  The ship would be a replica of the Titanic but the project has yet to get off the ground.

While Carnival Corporation recently annoucned an order for 9 cruise ships, they have yet to release which cruise lines several of them will be built for.  Once an announcement is made, we will update each cruise line’s order to reflect the announcement.

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