Top Ten biggest cruise ships

Biggest Cruise Ship comparison
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Ovation of the Seas, Royal Caribbean International: She is virtually identical to Quantum and Anthem of the Seas and will be the biggest, newest ship to cruise Down Under when it arrives in December 2016.

MSC Preziosa, MSC Cruises: MSC Cruises became the world's third-largest cruise line when it launched MSC Preziosa in 2013. The ships are very family-friendly - all children under the age of 18 (accompanied by adults) travel free. MSC Cruises' Yacht Club is another "ship within a ship" and offers 69 suites, a private pool and sundeck, and its own restaurant.

MSC Preziosa, MSC Cruises: MSC Cruises became the world's third-largest cruise line when it launched MSC Preziosa in 2013.

MSC Preziosa, MSC Cruises: The ships are very family-friendly - all children under the age of 18 (accompanied by adults) travel free. MSC Cruises' Yacht Club is another "ship within a ship" and offers 69 suites, a private pool and sundeck, and its own restaurant.

World's biggest cruise ship: Allure of the Seas, Royal Caribbean International.

Allure of the Seas, Royal Caribbean International: H2O Zone - Deck 15 Midship.

Allure of the Seas, Royal Caribbean International: Allure Dunes - Deck 15 Aft.

Britannia, P&O Cruises: Launched in March 2015, P&O 's new 143, 000-tonne cruise ship with a massive Union Jack on the bow of P&O's new flagship reinforces its very British character. Five British "Food Heroes" have designed menus for their signature restaurants and passengers can take cooking classes in The Cookery Club. In a first for P&O, all outside cabins have balconies.

Britannia, P&O Cruises: Launched in March 2015, P&O 's new 143, 000-tonne cruise ship with a massive Union Jack on the bow of P&O's new flagship reinforces its very British character. In a first for P&O, all outside cabins have balconies. Pictured, a single room on Britannia.

Britannia, P&O Cruises: Launched in March 2015, P&O 's new 143, 000-tonne cruise ship with a massive Union Jack on the bow of P&O's new flagship reinforces its very British character. In a first for P&O, all outside cabins have balconies. Pictured, the Lido pool on Britannia.

The Norwegian Escape, Norwegian Cruise Line: Launching in November 2015, the first of NCL's new Breakaway Plus class of ships, Escape will be the biggest in the fleet and has supersized many popular attractions from Breakaway and Getaway.

Norwegian Breakaway, Norwegian Cruise Line. Launched in 2013, Norwegian Breakaway is very similar to its year-younger sister Getaway. Both have studio cabins for solo cruisers; The Waterfront's al fresco restaurants and bars; and 678 Ocean Place, three decks of dining and entertainment venues. Spice H2O is a day and night adults-only retreat.

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