Sunday, 29 January 2012

Top 100 Cruise Ships in World

In the late 1980s cruise ships were welcoming almost four million passengers a year. Now that has increased to more than 19 million people setting sail on cruises each year. Superb new ships have arrived on the cruise scene, including the 256-passenger Viking Emerald and the 4,000-passenger Disney Dream. The Condé Nast Traveler 2012 annual readers poll results have just been released. In response cruise lines are expanding. An armada of ships will launch this year, starting in March with Disney Fantasy.

Here are the details of the top 100 cruise ships in the world, including rating information on activities, cabins, shore excursions and more.

Top 20 Small Cruise Ships
Seabourn Odessy in Sydney

Top 20 Medium Cruise Ships
Crystal Serentity

Top 20 Large Cruise Ships
Disney Magic

Top 40 River-Cruise Ships
River Queen
AmaCello, AmaWaterways, 76.7

Condé Nast Traveler readers rated 479 cruise ships on a 100-point scale. only ships that received a required minimum number of responses from the 28,876 participating readers were eligible to be included in these rankings. Each ship was rated on seven criteria: Activities/Facilities, Cabins, Crew/Service, Design/Layout, Food/Dining, Itineraries/Schedule, Shore Excursions.

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