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Updated Updated May 24, 2022

For every ship are indicated: number of passengers, delivery date and shipyard





Due to Covid-19 several cruise companies are delaying the debut of their new ships and the global cruise ship orderbook slims for 2022 and beyond.



Amadeus River Cruises - Lüftner Cruises
  • Amadeus Cara (163 - June 2022) Shipyard De Hoop (She will be the fourth in a series that also includes Amadeus Silver III, Amadeus Queen and Amadeus Imperial) (See imageof Amadeus Silver III)



    AMAWaterways
  • Amalucia (156 - March 2021) Vahali Shipyard ("Certo-class" ship) See image of sister ship AmaMora)



    American Cruise Lines
    American Song: first of a new class of 5 modern riverboats
  • American Symphony (175 - August 2022) (American Melody sister ship. The image refers to the American Song ) Chesapeake Shipbuilding
  • American Serenade (175 - End of 2022) (American Melody sister ship. The image refers to the American Song ) Chesapeake Shipbuilding
    Project Blue January 2022: The company announced "Project Blue" a plan for 12 identical sister ships featuring an innovative hybrid catamaran design. Ships will be built by Chesapeake Shipbuilding in Salisbury, MD. The first two Project Blue ships (American Eagle and American Glory) are already under construction and are due for delivery in 2023. Each boat will accommodate 109 passengers and 50 crew. (See rendering)



    Amundsen Expeditions
  • Unnamed new class of expedition cruise vessels (200 - ) (April 2020: Wartsila will develop a luxury cruise vessel design for polar and tropical cruise expeditions. The ships will be owned and operated by Amundsen Expeditions and are targeted primarily at the growing Chinese market)



    Aranui Cruises - Compagnie Polynésienne de Transport Maritime AraMana
  • AraMana (280 - Second quarter 2022) Hunghai Shipyard in China (A dedicated leisure cruising vessel, not passenger-cargo ship)


    AVALON
  • Avalon View (65 suites - 2020) (Suite Ship for European river cruises)


    Blue Star Line
  • Titanic II Project (2,435 - Delayed to 2018) CSC shipyard (February 2016: Australian media reports that the ship was just a proposal and the project has never launched)


    Carnival Cruise Lines
  • Carnival Celebration (Second Excel-Class Ship - New LNG-powered ship design) (5,200-plus lower berth - November 2022) Meyer TurkuMardi Gras out of Turku, Finland in September 2020 (See sister ship Mardi Gras)
  • Carnival Jubilee (Third LNG-powered Ship) (2700 staterooms - Late 2023) Meyer Werft (Excel-class ship that had previously been assigned to sister line AIDA Cruises)



    Carnival Corp & Plc
    March 2015: Carnival Corp & plc is ordering a total of nine cruise ships, five from Fincantieri and four from Meyer Werft. The new ships would be delivered over a four-year period between 2019 and 2022. Fincantieri will build five of the new vessels at its shipyards in Monfalcone and Marghera in Italy while Meyer Werft will construct the remaining four at both its German yard at Papenburg and its new and larger capacity Finnish yard at Turku. June 2015: it was announced that the two at Meyer Werft will be for AIDA Cruises. July 2015: the two at Meyer Turku will be for Costa Cruises. April 2015: the remaining five ships will be for Costa Asia (two), Princess (two) and P&O Cruises Australia (One).


    Celebrity Cruises
  • Celebrity Ascent (Fourth Project Edge class ship) (3,260 - December 2023) Chantiers de l'Atlantique (See image of Celebrity Beyond)
  • Fifth Edge-Class Ship (3,260) Chantiers de l'Atlantique (Option - Financing)


    Century Cruises
  • Century Glory ( - 2022) River cruises in China
  • Century Victory ( - 2022) River cruises in China
  • Century Oasis ( - 2022) River cruises in China



    Crystal Cruises
    January 2018: Crystal Cruises has confirmed that its "Diamond" class newbuildings are going to be smaller than the 100,000 tons originally envisaged for its "Exclusive" class ships (See image)
    The Crystal Diamond (Artist concepts courtesy of Crystal Cruises)
  • New Crystal Diamond class ship (800 - ?) MV Werften (See image at right)




    Crystal Yacht Expedition Cruises
  • Crystal Endeavor sister ship (200 - 2021) MV Werften (See image of Crystal Endeavor ) Crystal Endeavor  (June 2021)
  • Crystal Endeavor third sister ship (200 - ) MV Werften



    Crystal River Cruises
  • Unnamed ( - 2019) MV Werften
  • Unnamed ( - 2019) MV Werften


    CSSC Carnival Cruise Shipping Limited (Joint venture between Carnival plc and China State Shipbuilding Corporation - CSSC)
  • Unnamed cruise ship (About 5,248 - 2023) CSSC's Shanghai Waigaoqiao Shipbuilding Co Ltd in joint venture with Fincantieri
  • Unnamed cruise ship (About 5,248 - 2024) CSSC's Shanghai Waigaoqiao Shipbuilding Co Ltd in joint venture with Fincantieri
    (There is an option for four further vessels)


    Cunard Line
  • Queen Anne (3,000 - Early 2024) Fincantieri








    Disney Cruise Line
  • Disney Wish (2,500 - Summer 2022) (LNG ship) Meyer Werft
  • Second LNG ship (2,500 - 2024) Meyer Werft
  • Third LNG ship (2,500 - 2025) Meyer Werft




    Dream Cruises
    Global Dream (Artist impression)
  • Global Dream - First "Global" class ship (5,000 berth - Late 2022) MV Werften (She previously allocated to Star Cruises - image)
  • Genting Hong Kong has a unnamed sister ship set for a 2023 delivery, which could also be poised to join Dream Cruises)


    Ecoventura
  • Evolve (20 - Spring 2021) (Galápagos Islands cruises)


    Emerald Cruises (Waterways)
  • Emerald Belle (182 - April 2016) (Den Breejen Shipyard) (Jan. 2016: a shipyard fire has caused damage and is likely to delay the vessel's launch. May 2016: the construction was abandoned)


    Emerald Cruises (Yacht Cruises) Emerald Azzurra (Sea Trials)
  • Emerald Sakara (100 - February 2023) Shipyard in Ha Long City, Vietnam (See image of sister ship Emerald Azzurra )



    Exotic Heritage Group - Heritage River Journeys
  • Nauka Vilas ( - ) (River cruises in India)
  • Ganga Vilas ( - ) (River cruises in India)



    Explora Journeys (MSC Group)Explora I, the first of four new-concept luxury cruise ships that Fincantieri is building for Explora Journeys, the new luxury brand of the cruises division of MSC Group (Artist impression)
  • Explora I (461 guest suites - End of May 2023) Fincantieri
  • Explora II (461 guest suites - Summer 2024) Fincantieri
  • Third ultra-luxury ship (461 guest suites - Spring 2025) Fincantieri
  • Fourth ultra-luxury ship (461 guest suites - Spring 2026) Fincantieri


    Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts
  • Four Seasons Ocean Residence (48,600 grt - ) Kvaerner Masa (Aker Yards) (Conditional contract)


    Fujian GuoHang Ocean Shipping
    January 2018: Wuchang Shipbuilding, part of China Shipbuilding Industry Corporation (CSIC), has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) to build a pair of 70,000-ton luxury cruise ships. The shipyard group inked the deal with Fujian GuoHang Ocean Shipping, a self-described provider of integrated maritime services. The MOU signing lets the two groups establish and effective communications process to negotiate further. No additional details were available. (Source: Cruise Industry News)


    General Maritime Transportation Company (GNMTC)
  • Unnamed ship (1,739 - December 2012) STX Europe St Nazaire
    (June 2011: STX France has rescinded the contract and is looking for a new buyer. March 2012: sold to MSC Cruises)



    Havila
    Havila Castor (February 2022) March 2018: Havila is set to operate four new coastal cruise-style ships on a route on the Norwegian coast, according to a decision from the Norwegian Ministry of Transportation and Communications, which has split the coastal route between Hurtigruten and the newcomer, Havila. The new agreement starts on Jan. 1, 2021, leaving Havila little time to build and launch four ships. A shipyard has yet to be named.
    June 2018: The Norwegian company has entered into an agreement with Barreras, in Vigo, Spain, to build two of four vessels. The deal is subject to finalizing and not finalized. September 2018: Havila will build two of its ships set for Norwegian coastal service at Tershan Shipyard in Turkey. August 2019: work around the pair of coastal ships for Havila Kystruten at Barreras has come to a temporary stop. November 2019: the struggling Barreras shipyard has cancelled both newbuilds for Havila Kystruten, which were set to operate on the Norwegian coast by early 2021. December 2019: two Havila Kystruten newbuilds will be towed to Tersan shipyard in Turkey from Barreras in Spain, where construction has been stopped due to financial difficulties at the shipyard. February 2020: Havila Voyages officially announced it has signed contract with the Tersan for the construction of two more Norwegian coastal vessels, with construction set to start soon. Starting in 2021, the company expects to have two new ships from Tersan and two more under construction. January 2021: Havila Voyages has confirmed that the first two ships in its fleet, Havila Castor and Havila Capella, have been delayed and will be setting sail in Summer 2021. November 2021 Havila Cappella has been delivered)
  • Havila Polaris (Second quarter of 2022) Tersan (See image above of Havila Castor)
  • Havila Pollux (Second quarter of 2022) Tersan


    Hyundai Mipo & Ulsan Information Industry Promotion Agency (Korea)
  • Electric propulsion and LNG-fueled passenger ship (300 - ?) South Korea's shipbuilder Hyundai Mipo Dockyard


    Hurtigruten
  • Third hybrid expedition ship (530 - 2021 ) Kleven Verft, Norway (See image of sister ship Roald Amundsen) Roald Amundsen - Hurtigruten (Photo: Tor Erik Kvalsvik / Kleven / Hurtigruten)
    (The agreement with Kleven Verft would include an option for a fourth vessel)
  • Bard (140 - 2020) (24-meter catamaran to be built in partnership with the Norwegian startup Brim Explorer for daily excursions at Svalbard) (Click to see image)


    Lotus Cruises
  • Mekong Muse (14 cabin - October 2021) (Cruises on the Upper Mekong River in Laos)


    MSC Cruises
  • MSC Euribia (Fifth Meraviglia class cruise ship or third Meraviglia Plus) (4,888 - June 2023) Chantiers de l'Atlantique (Second LNG-powered ship in MSC Cruises' fleet)
  • MSC Seascape - Second "Seaside Evo" ship (5,877 - December 2022) Fincantieri (Click to see image)
  • MSC World Europa (5,400 - October / November 2022) Chantiers de l'Atlantique (First New World Class LNG powered cruise ship) (See artist impression)
  • MSC World Europa II (Third World Class LNG powered cruise ship) (5,400 - 2025) Chantiers de l'Atlantique
  • Fourth World Class LNG powered cruise ship (6,850 - 2027) Chantiers de l'Atlantique
    (January 2020: MSC Cruises and Chantiers de l'Atlantique also extended their partnership over the next decade with two additional projects: a memorandum of understanding for the development of yet a new prototype class of four LNG-powered cruise ships and the development of yet another innovative prototype ship class concept with which they will explore opportunities that wind power and other advanced technologies)
    (July 2021: MSC, Fincantieri and Snam announced the signing a MoU to jointly determine the conditions for the design and construction of what would become the world's first oceangoing hydrogen-powered cruise ship)



    Mystic Invest Holding / Atlas Ocean Voyages
  • World Traveller (200 - November 2022) WestSea Yard, Portugal (For Atlas Ocean Voyages) (See image of sister ship World Navigator) Atlas Ocean Voyages' World Navigator (May 2021)
  • World Seeker (200 - Fourth quarter 2022) WestSea Yard, Portugal (For Atlas Ocean Voyages)
  • World Adventurer (200 - 2023) WestSea Yard, Portugal (For Atlas Ocean Voyages)
  • World Discoverer (200 - 2023) WestSea Yard, Portugal (For Atlas Ocean Voyages)


    Norwegian Cruise Line
  • Norwegian Prima (3,219 - August 2022) Fincantieri (Prima Class vessel: First of six Leonardo Project ships) Norwegian Prima (August 2021)
  • Norwegian Viva (Second of six Leonardo Project ship) (3,219 - June 2023) Fincantieri
  • Third of six Leonardo Project ship (3,215 - 2024) Fincantieri
  • Fourth of six Leonardo Project ship (3,215 - 2025) Fincantieri
  • Fifth of six Leonardo Project ship (3,215 - 2026) Fincantieri
  • Sixth Leonardo Project ship (3,215 - 2027) Fincantieri


    Norwegian Yacht Voyages (Former Nordic Cruise Company)
  • Caroline (New LNG expedition ship) (220 - May 2020) MetalShips & Docks (Spain) (Click to see image )
    Three more 220-passenger vessels will follow in 10-month intervals


    NYK Cruises
  • New vessel expected to be named ASUKA III (744 - 2025) Meyer Werft (LNG propulsion)






    Oceania Cruises
  • Vista (1,200 - Early 2023) (First Allura-Class Ship) Fincantieri (Click to see video )
  • Second Allura-Class Ship (1,200 - 2025) Fincantieri


    Oceanwide Expeditions
    Hondius
  • Janssonius (174 - Second quarter 2022) Brodosplit (Croatia) (See image of sister ship Hondius)






    Ocean Residences Development Ltd. (ORD)
    m.y. Njord (Artist impression courtesy Ocean Residences)
  • M/Y Njord (117 apartments - 2025) (Residential yacht) Meyer Werft (Previously planned to be built by DIV Shipbuilding)







    Paul Gauguin Cruises - Ponant
    The new units for Paul Gauguin Cruises, due for delivery both in 2022, will represent an evolution of the Ponant Explorers class vessels
  • First new-generation luxury expedition cruise vessel (230 - ?) Fincantieri
  • Second new-generation luxury expedition cruise vessel (230 - ?) Fincantieri
    (The agreement also contains an option for a third sister ship)



    Peace Boat
  • New Ecoship (2,000 - 2020) Arctech Helsinki Shipyard (See image at right)





    Pearl Seas Cruises
  • Unnamed sister ship of the Pearl Mist (214 -) (Originally the ship would be built at the Irving Shipbuilding, in Halifax, Nova Scotia but in March 2008 Pearl Seas decided to built the second ship in a different shipyard)


    P&O Cruises
    Arvia - Grand Atrium
  • Arvia (5,200 - December 2022) Meyer Werft (Second LNG-powered ship) (Click to see image of sister ship Iona)


    P&O Cruises Australia
  • Unnamed ship (2,400 - 2019/2020) Fincantieri
    (December 2016: this new ship will be built for Carnival Cruise Line as the third vessel of the Vista class)


    PJSC State Transport Leasing Company (Russia)
  • Andrey Dubenskiy (245 - 2023) (Siberian river cruise ship) Project A45-90.2 - Sredne-Nevsky Shipyard in St. Petersburg
  • Viktor Astafyev (245 - 2024) Project A45-90.2 - Sredne-Nevsky Shipyard in St. Petersburg


    Polar Cruise Enterprises
  • Ursus Maritimus - Ice breaking cruise liner (240 - ) Rauma yard


    Princess Cruises
  • New LNG "Sphere" Class Ship (4,300 - Late 2023) Fincantieri Monfalcone
  • New LNG "Sphere" Class Ship (4,300 - Spring 2025) Fincantieri Monfalcone


    Residential Cruise Line Ltd.
  • Magellan (residential cruise ship) - Aker Yards (Memorandum of Understanding)


    REV Ocean
    REV Ocean Expedition yacht
  • REV Ocean Expedition yacht (30 - 2021) - Vard (The ship, which will be the world's largest yacht, will function as a research vessel, be available for full charters and then also sail expedition cruises with 30 passengers working alongside 24 scientists)

    Riseday
  • Unnamed riverboat ( - June 2021) Shipyard in Slovakia


    Riva Waterways - Evergreen Tours
  • Riva Royale (180 - April 2014) Shipyard De Hoop (River ship)
  • Riva Princess (180 - April 2014) Shipyard De Hoop (River ship)


    Riviera Travel - Scylla AG
  • Geoffrey Chaucer (169 - 2020)


    Regent Seven Seas Cruises Seven Seas Explorer
  • Seven Seas Grandeur - Third Explorer class Ship (750 - Fourth quarter 2023) Fincantieri (See image of the Seven Seas Explorer)




    Royal Caribbean International
  • Icon of the Seas (5,600 - Fall 2023) Meyer Turku
  • Second LNG "Icon" class ship (5,000 - second quarter of 2025) Meyer Turku
  • Third LNG "Icon" class ship (5,000 - Spring of 2026) Meyer Turku (Still subject to financing)
  • New LNG "Icon" class ship (5,000 - second quarter of 2024) Meyer Turku
  • Utopia of the Seas (Sixth Oasis-Class Vessel) (5,714 - Second quarter of 2024) Chantiers de l'Atlantique


    Saga
  • Spirit of the Moselle ( - May 2023) (River cruises)
  • Spirit of the Main ( - May 2023) (River cruises)
  • Spirit of the Elbe ( - 2024) (River cruises)
  • Spirit of the Rhône ( - 2024) (River cruises)


    Seabourn
  • Seabourn Venture (New expedition class ship) (264 - Summer 2022) T. Mariotti (See image)
  • Seabourn Pursuit (Second expedition class ship) (264 - Mid 2023) T. Mariotti


    SeaDream Yacht Club
    SeaDream Innovation
  • SeaDream Innovation (220 - September 2021) (New expedition cruise ship design by Damen Cruise) Damen Shipyards
    (December 2019: SeaDream Yacht Club and Damen have decided not to proceed with the building of the new ship)











    Scenic - Luxury Cruises & Tours
    The 16,500-ton, 228-berth ocean-going cruise ship Scenic Eclipse (Courtesy Scenic Cruises)
  • Scenic Eclipse II (228 - 2023) Maj 3 Shipyard in Rijeka, Croatia (MKM Yachts, wholly owned by the Scenic Group, will take full responsibility for all new ocean ship builds starting with the construction of Scenic Eclipse II) (See image at left of Scenic Eclipse)



    Silversea Cruises
    Silver Moon  (October 2020)
  • Unnamed vessel (596 - ?) Fincantieri (Option to build - fourth ship in the Muse-class series) (See image of sister ship Silver Moon )
  • Unnamed vessel (596 - 2023) Fincantieri (Option to build - fifth ship in the Muse-class series)
  • Silver Nova (Nova Class Ship - First "Evolution" hybrid class ship) (728 - Summer 2023) Meyer Werft
    Silver Nova  (December 2021)
  • Unnamed second "Evolution" hybrid class ship (728 - 2024) Meyer Werft






    Somnio - Residential Yacht Liner By Captain Erik Bredhe
  • Somnio (39 apartments - Mid 2024) (Tillberg Design of Sweden in close collaboration with Winch Design)


    Star Cruises
    (December 2018: as part of its recent 25th anniversary celebrations, Genting Cruise Lines announced that it will build a series of Contemporary-class ships for Star Cruises)
  • First "Contemporary-class ship" ( - 2023) MV Werften


    Storylines
  • The Narrative (548 onboard residences - 2024) Brodosplit Shipyard (New planned residence cruise ship)


    Sunstone Ships Inc. - China Merchants Industry Holdings
  • Sylvia Earle (130 - November 2022) (SunStone's Infinity series, sister ship of Aurora Expeditions' Greg Mortimer. Charter to Aurora Expeditions)
  • Ocean Odyssey (140 - April 2022) (Fifth Infinity-class vessel - Charter to Vantage Cruise Line)
  • Ocean Albatros (186 - March 2023) (Sixth vessel of the series. Charter to Albatros Expeditions)
  • Ocean Discoverer (Seventh Infinity-class expedition ship) (186 - March 2023) (Charter to Victory Cruise Lines and Aurora Expeditions. May 2022: SunStone Ships moves on to new class after Chinese yard walks away from Infinity contract. Ocean Discoverer will not be built now)
    (All vessels ordered have long-term charter agreements in place. In addition to the seven vessels already ordered, SunStone has options to build another three Infinity-class vessels. May 2022: SunStone Ships moves on to new class after Chinese yard walks away from Infinity contract)



    Swan HellenicSwan Hellenic's Minerva
  • SH Vega (152 - July 2022) Helsinki Shipyard (New expedition vessel, Vega Class ship. Sister ship of SH Minerva)
  • SH Diana - Third Vega Class expedition vessel (192 - Early 2023) Helsinki Shipyard (She will be bigger than her sisters)









    The Ritz-Carlton Yacht Collection
    The Ritz-Carlton Yacht Collection - Evrima
  • Evrima (298 - August 2022) Barreras Shipyard - Vigo, Spain (See image)
  • Ilma (496 - 2024) (Chantiers de l'Atlantique in Sant-Nazaire, France)
    The Ritz-Carlton Yacht Collection - Luminara
  • Luminara (496 - 2025) (Chantiers de l'Atlantique in Sant-Nazaire, France) (See image)
  • Unnamed sister ship (298 - ) Barreras Shipyard - Vigo, Spain
    (The order has still one option with delivery in 2022. September 2019: a statement from the cruise operator did not elaborate on the timeline on further vessels in the series)


    Transcend Cruises
    Transcend Cruises - New river cruises ship
  • First new river cruises ship (60 / 120 - Spring 2024) Den Breejen Shipyard
  • Second new 135-meter river cruises ship (60 / 120 - )Den Breejen Shipyard


    Travelmarvel (APT Group)
    January 2019: Australian Travelmarvel announced the order of three new European river ships. Sailing on Travelmarvel's European Gems itinerary from Amsterdam to Budapest and vice versa, the first of the brand-new Contemporary Class vessels will commence sailing in April 2020, with the two sister ships setting sail in April 2021. Each new ship will have 91 cabins.
  • Travelmarvel Polaris (April 2020) (New Contemporary River Ship)
  • Travelmarvel Capella (March 2021) (New Contemporary River Ship)
  • Travelmarvel Vega (March 2021) (New Contemporary River Ship)


    TUI Cruises
  • Mein Schiff 7 (2894 - Second quarter of 2024) Meyer Turku Oy (See image sister ship Mein Schiff 2 ) Mein Schiff 2 out of Turku, Finland
  • New LNG-powered ship (161,000 ton - 2024) Fincantieri
  • New LNG-powered ship (161,000 ton - 2026) Fincantieri





    Undisclosed Chinese Cruise Company
  • Changjiang San Xia 1 (1,300 - End 2021) Yichang Xinhui Ship Repair Co - Wuxi Saisiyi Electric Technology Co. (New electric river cruise ship)


    Undisclosed International Cruise Company
  • Expedition cruise vessel (220 - 2019) Vard Romania (Letter of Intent. August 2017: VARD said its letter of intent had expired)


    Unknown Cruise Operator
  • Electric Sailing Ship (24 - ) A three-masted schooner, 63.50 meters long and 10 meters (Brodosplit, Croatia)


    Unknown Cruise Operator
  • New Expedition Vessel for Extreme Conditions (60 - December 2014) Kleven Maritime AS (Norway)


    Utopia Residences
  • Utopia - private residential vessel (105,000 ton - ) (June 2011: the letter of intent for the Utopia is expected to become a firm contract) Samsung Heavy Industries


    Victoria Cruises
  • Victoria Sabrina (Over 200 - 2020) (River cruises in China)


    Viking River Cruises
    Viking Mississippi
  • Viking Mississippi (386 - June 2022) Edison Chouest Offshore's LaShip shipyard in Houma, Louisiana (Voyages on the Lower and Upper Mississippi) (See image at right )
  • Viking Osiris (82 - August 2022) (Built specifically for the Nile River, Egypt) (See image)
    Viking Osiris
  • Viking Aton (82 - 2022) (Built specifically for the Nile River, Egypt)
    (March 2015: Viking Cruises announced plans for the construction of six new vessels over the next three years for Mississippi River cruises. March 2016: Viking River Cruises is delaying its entry to the Mississippi River market by at least a year)
  • Viking Saigon (80 pax - 2022) (Cruises on the Mekong River) (See artist impression)


    Viking Ocean Cruises
  • Viking Neptune (930 - Late 2022) Fincantieri (Ninth unit of the series) (See image sister ship Viking Star - Photo Neven Jerkovic at Shipspotting.com)
  • Viking Saturn (930 - Early 2023) Fincantieri
  • Eleventh unit of the series (930 - 2024) Fincantieri
  • Twelfth unit of the series (930 - 2025) Fincantieri
  • March 6, 2018: Viking announced a new agreement with Fincantieri that could see the delivery of six additional ocean ships by 2027, which will be delivered in 2024, 2025, 2026 and 2027. April 2021: nine ships, options included, are now on order for delivery starting in 2022, which will bring Viking's ocean fleet to 16 ships by 2027.
    Viking Octantis
  • Viking Polaris (Second Polaris-Class expedition vessel) (378 - End of 2022) Vard (See image sister ship Viking Octantis)
    (There is an option for two more)



    Virgin Voyages
  • Resilient Lady (2,770 - August 2022) Fincantieri ( See image at Genoa )
  • Brilliant Lady (Fourth new class ship) (2,860 - 2023) Fincantieri


    Viva Cruises
  • Viva Two (95 cabins - July 2022) (River cruises in Europe)


    Volgaservice - Gama Group
    Zolotoye Koltso a new Russian riverboat
  • Zolotoye Koltso (180 - 2020 ) (Project PKS180 paddle-wheel river cruise ship) Lotos Shipyard in Astrakhan, Russia
  • Zolotoye Koltso sister ship (180 - ) (Project PKS180 paddle-wheel river cruise ship) Lotos Shipyard in Astrakhan, Russia



    Xiamen International Cruise Co Ltd
  • China Xiamen (2,000 - planning for October 2018) Xiamen Shipbuilding Industry
    (August 2015: Cruise Industry News has reported that Xiamen Shipbuilding has dropped plans to build the ship)







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    Newbuild to be delivered in 2022 (list to be updated):

  • Amadeus Cara
  • Amalucia
  • American Serenade
  • American Symphony
  • AraMana
  • Arvia
  • Avalon View
  • Carnival Celebration
  • Caroline
  • Century Glory
  • Century Oasis
  • Century Victory
  • Changjiang San Xia 1
  • Disney Wish
  • Evolve
  • Evrima
  • Ganga Vilas
  • Geoffrey Chaucer
  • Global Dream
  • Havila Polaris
  • Havila Pollux
  • Hurtigruten's Roald Amundsen sister ship
  • Janssonius
  • Mekong Muse
  • MSC Seascape
  • MSC World Europa
  • Nauka Vilas
  • Norwegian Prima
  • Ocean Albatros
  • Ocean Odyssey
  • Peace Boat's New Ecoship
  • REV Ocean Expedition
  • Resilient Lady
  • Riseday Unnamed riverboat
  • Scenic Eclipse II
  • Seabourn Venture
  • SH Vega
  • Sylvia Earle
  • Travelmarvel Capella
  • Travelmarvel Polaris
  • Travelmarvel Vega
  • Victoria Sabrina
  • Viking Aton
  • Viking Mississippi
  • Viking Neptune
  • Viking Osiris
  • Viking Polaris
  • Viking Saigon
  • Viva Two
  • World Seeker
  • World Traveller
  • Zolotoye Koltso

    Newbuild to be delivered in 2023 (list to be updated):



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