List of cruise vessels, Cruise companies, name of each ship and number of passengers


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Cruise ships list, cruise companies, name of each ship and number of passengers
The cruise industry is changing constantly. This is a summary of which companies are operating which ships at the moment.
For every Operator are indicated: Cruise company, name of each ship and number of passengers.
The below information is correct to the best of the editor's knowledge. Please let us know of changes so that we can keep you up to date.

New build information can be seen in the Orderbook page
Retired ships or laid-up ships at the Retired - Laid Up page
Links to the companies at the Cruise Lines page



Updated June 7, 2022


ABERCROMBIE & KENT (UK)
A&K offers exclusive chartered journeys to Antarctica, the Arctic, the Northeast Passage, Japan, Greece, Australia and the Baltics and take place on luxurious all-balcony, exclusively chartered ships. Further European river journeys, canal barge cruises and world's great rivers, from the Mekong to the Yangtze to the Nile.


ABOU MERHI CRUISES (Lebanon)
  • Orient Queen, 370 pax (Ex Med Queen, ex Orient Queen II, ex Vistamar. August 2020: she sunk in the port of Beirut)


    ADRIATIC CRUISES (Croatia)
    Out of Business
    Dalmacija, 300 pax (March '09: laid up in Rijeka)


    ADVENTURE CANADA (Toronto)
  • Ocean Endeavour, 199 pax (Ex Kristina Katarina. To be chartered by Peregrine Adventures - image - starting in October 2020 for the Antarctic season)


    ALASKAN DREAM CRUISES (Sitka, AK)
  • Admiralty Dream, 76 (Ex Spirit of Columbia)
  • Alaskan Dream, 40 (Former Executive Explorer, an overnight cruise catamaran, owned until June 2006 by Glacier Bay Cruiseline)
  • Baranof Dream, 49 pax (Ex Spirit of Alaska)
  • Chichagof Dream, 74 pax (Formerly Spirit of Glacier Bay, Spirit of Nantucket and Nantucket Clipper)
  • Misty Fjord, 10 pax
  • Kruzof Explorer, 12 pax


    ALBATROS EXPEDITIONS - ALBATROS TRAVEL GROUP (Scandinavia)
  • Ocean Victory, 186 pax (SunStone Ships' Infinity series: also charter to American Queen Voyages Expedition)
  • Ocean Atlantic (Photo courtesy Frode Adolfsen at Shipspotting.com)
  • Ocean Albatros


    ALL LEISURE GROUP PLC - ALL DISCOVERY CRUISING (UK)
    January 2017: All Leisure Holidays Group declared insolvency
    Swan Hellenic Cruises
    (London, UK)
    February 2017: Toronto-based G Adventures has announced that it is acquiring Swan Hellenic from the liquidators of the All Leisure Group. July 2020: a new company has acquired the Swan Hellenic brand and is thus now building two new expedition ships)
    Voyages Of Discovery (The name was Discovery World Cruises in USA until June 2007)
  • Voyager, 556 pax (Ex Crown Monarch, ex Alexander von Humboldt. January 2017: she is laid up in Singapore. March 2017: sold to unspecified Mexican interests. August 2018: the Vidanta Elegant sits out of service undergoing a major refurbishment in Naples as Grupo Vidante continues to move forward in entering the cruise business. December 2021: Vidanta Cruises is preparing for an early 2022 start to its cruise program)


    AMADEUS RIVER CRUISES - LÜFTNER CRUISES (Innsbruck, Austria)
    (All river ships)
  • Amadeus Brilliant, 150 pax
  • Amadeus Star, 164 pax
  • Amadeus Imperial, 168 pax (Sister-ship of the Amadeus Silver III)
  • Amadeus Queen, 164
  • Amadeus Provence, 140 pax
  • Amadeus Silver III, 168 pax
  • Amadeus Silver II, 168 pax
  • Amadeus Brilliant
  • Amadeus Elegant, 150
  • Amadeus Diamond
  • Amadeus Princess, 160 pax
  • Amadeus Royal
  • Amadeus Symphony, 150 pax
  • Amadeus Silver, 168 pax
  • Amadeus Classic
  • Amadeus Rhapsody
  • Amadeus, 146 pax
  • Danubia


    AMBASSADOR CRUISE LINE (UK)
  • Ambience, 1,400 pax (Ex Pacific Dawn, ex Regal Princess. November 2019: Cruise & Maritime Voyages has acquired the ship. CMV will take delivery of Amy Johnson on March 2, 2021. September 2020: CMV went out of business and the ship has been sold to another undisclosed buyer. December 2020: Ocean Builders, which was aiming to setup a floating tech hub for small businesses with the aim to support crypto currency off the coast of Panama sold the ship, renamed Satoshi, for scrap. March 2021: sold to a new startup cruise company. Currently in Bar City in Montenegro. May 2021: new UK company Ambassador Cruise Line to set sail the ship as Ambience)
  • Ambition, 1200 pax (Ex AIDAmira, ex neoRiviera, ex Grand Mistral, ex Festival Cruises' Mistral. Entering service in 2023)


    AMAWATERWAYS (Westlake Village, CA)
  • AmaSiena, 156 pax ("Certo-class" ship)
  • AmaMagna, 194 pax
  • AmaMora, 156 pax
  • AmaDouro, 102 pax (Douro River in Portugal)
  • Amalea, 158 pax ("Certo-class" ship)
  • AmaKristina, 158 pax ("Certo-class" ship)
  • AmaViola, 158 pax ("Certo-class" ship)
  • AmaStella, 158 pax ("Certo-class" ship)
  • AmaPura, 56 pax (Myanmar river cruises)
  • Zambezi Queen, 28 pax (African river cruises)
  • Amalotus, 124 pax (Mekong River)
  • AmaKatarina, 212 pax (Russian waterways)
  • AmaSonata, 164
  • Amaverde, 162 pax
  • AmaPrima, 164 pax
  • AmaVista, 164 pax
  • La Marguerite, 92 pax (She sails the Mekong in Vietnam and Cambodia)
  • Amabella, 162
  • Amadolce, 148 pax
  • Amadagio, 73 cabins
  • AmaCerto, 164 pax
  • Amalegro, 73 cabins
  • Amacello, 73 cabins
  • Amadante, 73 cabins
  • Amalyra, 148 pax
  • AmaVida, 108 pax (Leasing from Portuguese Douro Azul)
  • AmaReina
  • AmaDara, 62 cabins (Mekong River cruises through Vietnam and Cambodia)
  • AmaSerena, 164 pax) (River cruises in Europe)
  • AmaStella, 164 (River cruises in Europe)
  • AmaDahlia, 68 pax (Nile river cruise ship)
    (AMA also leases the Lev Tolstoy in Russia, the Amadouro in Portugal and the Swiss Pearl in France)


    AMBASSADORS INTERNATIONAL, INC. - AMBASSADORS CRUISE GROUP
    (Out of Business. Xanterra Parks & Resorts completed the purchase of Windstar Cruises on Wednesday, May 25, 2011)
    Majestic America Line (Seattle) (November '08: it has ceased operations)
  • Queen of the West, 146/163 pax (September '09: sold to Blue Spruce LLC, an affiliate of American Cruise Lines)
  • Empress of the North, 236 pax (May 2013: American Queen Steamboat Company purchased the ship beginning cruises in April 2014 as American Empress)
  • Contessa, 49 pax (Former Executive Explorer, overnight cruise catamaran, owned until June 2006 by Glacier Bay Cruiseline. October '08: she has been taken over by the U.S. Maritime Administration due to unpaid debt. November 2010: acquired by Alaskan Dream Cruises and renamed Alaskan Dream)
  • Columbia Queen, 161 pax (Laid up near Portland, Oregon. March 2016: renamed Louisiane and to be managed by French America Line)
  • American Queen, 436 pax (June 2011: Great American Steamboat Company plans to open for business in mid-August from its Memphis headquarters, with its first cruise set for next April on the 436-passenger American Queen paddlewheeler)
  • Delta Queen, 176 pax (Retired from service in November 2008, now operating as a hotel in Chattanooga, Tenn. November 2018: beginning in 2020, the Delta Queen Steamboat Co intends to offer themed voyages after an extensive renovation)
  • Mississippi Queen, 416 pax (November 2008: she is out of service and probably to be cut down to a barge. She has been dismantled in 2011)
    (American West Steamboat Company and Delta Queen Steamboat Co. began operating under the new name Majestic America Line in October 2006)


    AMERICAN CLASSIC VOYAGES (Chicago) (Out of business)
    American Hawaii Cruises (New Orleans, LA) (Out of business)
    United States Lines (New Orleans, LA) (Out of business)
    Delta Queen Coastal Voyages (New Orleans, LA) (Out of business)
    Cape May Light, 226 pax (Laid up near Jacksonville, Fla. since 2002. April 2010: charter to house earthquake aid workers at Haiti as Sea Voyager. September 2011: named Sea Discoverer is docked in Barrow in Furness UK as accommodation for wind farm workers. July 2014: currently Sea Voyager she will undergo a $3.5 million refurbishment and be renamed Saint Laurent by Haimark Line. June 2016: Victory Cruise Lines has announced it intends to begin sailing from Montreal, Canada, to ports in Canada and on the U.S. Great Lakes on July 8 renaming the ship Victory I)
    Cape Cod Light, 226 pax (Also Sea Discoverer. MARAD, the U.S. Maritime Administration was the owner of the two ships. June 2008: European shipping consortium Clipper Group purchased the two coastal cruisers. ISP - International Shipping Partners , currently FleetPro Ocean, will manage the two coastal vessels. July 2017: Victory Cruise Lines announced it has acquired the ship as the Victory II)


    AMERICAN CRUISE LINES (Guilford, CT)
  • American Melody, 175 pax
  • American Jazz, 190 pax
  • American Harmony, 200 pax
  • American Song, 200 pax (Other image)
  • American Constitution, 170 pax
  • American Constellation, 170 pax (Other image)
  • American Glory, 49 pax
  • American Spirit, 93 pax
  • American Star, 100 pax
  • Independence, 104 pax
  • American Eagle, 49 pax (As of 2013 the vessel was in laid up in Salisbury, MD and listed for sale)
    Pearl Seas Cruises (Guilford, CT)
  • Pearl Mist, 214 pax (Other photo courtesy Dennis Jarvis, Halifax NS)
    Paddlewheel Fleet (October 2021: American Cruise Lines announced that its fleet of four classic paddlewheelers will be undergoing a major redesign, refit, and rebranding)
  • America, 185 pax (To be renamed American Splendor)
  • Queen of the Mississippi, 150 (Originally American Eagle. To be renamed American Heritage)
  • Queen of the West, 120 pax (To be renamed American West)
  • American Pride, 150


    AMERICAN QUEEN VOYAGES - HORNBLOWER GROUP (Former American Queen Steamboat Company, Great American Steamboat Company)(Fort Lauderdale)
    American Queen Voyages River
  • American Queen, 436 pax
  • American Empress, 223 pax (Ex Empress of the North)
  • American Duchess, 166 pax (Ex Bettendorf Capri)
  • American Countess, 245 pax (Paddle wheeler river ship. Former gaming vessel, the Kanesville Queen refurbished and updated)
    American Queen Voyages Lakes & Ocean (Formerly Victory Cruise Lines) (November 2018: AQSC announced a definitive agreement to acquire the Victory I and sister ship Victory II from Sunstone Ships, Inc., as well as the Victory brand)
  • Victory I - Ocean Voyager, 202 pax (Ex Delta Queen's Cape May Light, ex Haimark Line's Saint Laurent)
  • Victory II - Ocean Navigator, 202 pax (Ex Cape Cod Light of 2001. Other image. Victory II with enclosed Hot Rock Grill after - Montreal 31/07/2018, copyright Rene Beauchamp. Other image at Detroit)
    American Queen Voyages Expedition
    (American Queen Voyages Expedition will operate all-inclusive cruises to Alaska on the Ocean Victory in 2022 and the Ocean Discoverer in 2023)
  • Ocean Victory, 186 pax


    AMET UNIVERSITY (India)
  • Amet Majesty (Training ship. Ex Star Cruises' Wasa Queen)


    ANDREW WEIR SHIPPING LTD (AWSL) (London)
  • RMS St. Helena, 128 pax (Working cargo ship and passenger liner. The St. Helena in London, June 2016. The original Canadian built St Helena. She departed on her last voyage from St Helena on Saturday, February 10, 2018. January 2019: St Helena is to be converted into a floating garage)


    ANTARCTICA21 (Former ANTARCTICA XXI) (Punta Arenas, Chile)
  • Magellan Explorer, 70 pax
  • Ocean Nova, 67 pax (Ex Sapik Ittuk)
  • Hebridean Sky, 75 pax (Formerly the Renaissance VIII, Sea Explorer, Island Sun, Corinthian II)


    ANTARCTIC SHIPPING SA (Santiago, Chile)
    Antarctic Dream, 39 cabins


    ANTARPPLY S.A. (Ushuaia, Tierra del Fuego - Argentina)
  • Ushuaia, 35 cabins (Other image)


    AQUA EXPEDITIONS (Lima, Peru)
  • Aqua Amazon, 24 pax (July 2016: an accident occurred that caused an explosion and resulted in the sinking of the ship)
  • Aria Amazon, 16 cabins
  • Aqua Mekong, 40 pax
  • Aqua Blu, 15 suites (Coastal ship: a refurbished british naval explorer, the HMS Beagle)
  • Aqua Nera, 20 suites (River boat to sail the Amazon)
  • Aqua Mare, 16 pax (Galapagos Islands)


    A-ROSA FLUSSCHIFF GMBH (Germany)
  • A-Rosa Sena, 140 cabins (E-Motion river cruise vessel, new 2022)
  • A-Rosa Aqua, 202 pax
  • A-Rosa Brava
  • A-Rosa Viva, 242 pax
  • A-Rosa Silva
  • A-Rosa Flora
  • A-Rosa Bella, 242 pax
  • A-Rosa Donna, 242 pax
  • A-Rosa Mia, 242 pax
  • A-Rosa Riva, 242 pax
  • A-Rosa Alva, 126 (Douro River, Portugal)
  • A-Rosa Stella, 174
  • A-Rosa Luna, 174 pax
    (All the ships are river cruise vessels)


    ARENA RIVER CRUISES (Former The River Cruise Line, UK)
  • Lady Anne, 109 pax
  • Serenity, 190 pax
  • Arena (Four-star ship on an exclusive long term charter will be formally introduced in Amsterdam on 31 March, 2020)
    (In addition to its chartered Serenity and Lady Anne, Arena River Cruises markets cruises on a number of other river vessels as well)


    ASSAM BENGAL NAVIGATION (Ambari in India and London)
    (Assam Bengal Navigation have four elegant river ships and a charming private houseboat for river cruises in India)
  • Sukapha, 12 cabins
  • Charaidew, 12 cabins
  • ABN Rajmahal, 22 cabins


    ATLANTIC STARS HOSPITALITY GROUP (Newport)
    Arabella, 40 pax (Sailing cruise ship)
    Madeleine (Schooner)
    Rum Runner II (Motor yacht for day trips)


    ATLAS OCEAN VOYAGES - MYSTIC INVEST HOLDINGS - MYSTIC CRUISES (Fort Lauderdale and Portugal)
  • World Navigator, 200 pax (Other image in Antarctica)
    Nicko Cruises (Germany)
    The nicko cruises fleet includes 26 river ships, expedition ship World Voyager and classic ocean Vasco Da Gama.


    ATW CRUISES (AROUND THE WORLD CRUISES - SAFEZONE PTY. LTD.) (Australia) (Out of business)
    Island Sun (Planned charter from Mauritius Island Cruises. To begin cruises at the end of November 2004)
    World Discoverer (To begin cruises in mid December 2004. Mortgage holder Sembawang Shipyard, Singapore, took possession of the World Discoverer on June 18, 2004, until September 2007 when the ship was sold to Silversea)


    AURORA EXPEDITIONS (Australia)
  • Greg Mortimer 120 pax (Infinity-class X-bow expeditions ship by Ulstein Design & Solutions. Aurora Expeditions is set to charter the first newbuild from SunStone Ships for the 2019-2020 season in Antarctica. Other image)
  • Polar Pioneer 56 pax (Other image)
  • Coral Expeditions I
  • Isabela II, 40 pax
  • Spirit of Enderby, 48 pax (Images inside after refurbishment in May 2019)
  • Coral Discoverer, 72 pax


    AUSTRALIS (CRUCEROS AUSTRALIS) (Santiago, Chile)
  • Stella Australis, 200
  • Ventus Australis, 210 pax


    AVALON WATERWAYS
    (All river vessels)
  • Avalon Envision, 166 pax (Suite Ship for European river cruises)
  • Avalon Saigon, 36 pax (For Mekong River in Southeast Asia)
  • Avalon Myanmar, 36 pax (Cruises on the Irrawaddy River)
  • Avalon Imagery II, 128 pax
  • Avalon Passion, 128 pax
  • Avalon Tranquility II
  • Avalon Tapestry II, 128 pax
  • Avalon Siem Reap, 36 pax (For Mekong River)
  • Avalon Imagery, 170 pax
  • Avalon Illumination, 166 pax
  • Avalon Angkor, 32 pax
  • Avalon Vista, 166 pax
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