1. Disney Dream, Disney Cruise Line
The Disney Dream takes the cake when it comes to luxury and fun cruise liners, there is something for the entire family, from full-service spas and fully stocked bars to themed parks with Disney characters for the children to interact with. This liners can cater for up to a maximum of 4,000 passengers (not including staff). There are deck parties with fireworks, live musicals and even 3-D movies during your on sea adventure.
2. Seven Seas Explorer, Regent Seven Seas Cruises
Reported as ‘the mot luxurious ship ever built’ by Regent, makes you want to see what this liner has to offer. All the public areas are decorated by artwork done by Marc Chagall and Pablo Picasso, the hallways are highlighted by crystal chandeliers, plus there are marble and stone accented bathrooms in the suites. Rumors are that there a bed that cost $150,000 in a private spa.
3. Silver Spirit, Silversea
With the distinction of a perfect five out of five score from Cruise Critic, The Silver Spirit boast one of the highest space to passenger ratio, exceptional cuisine and a full butler service for all guests. This is definitely a luxury cruise liner.
4. Crystal Symphony, Crystal Cruises
Refurbished in 2017 and voted the best cruise liner refurbishment in that year, The Crystal Symphony has outstanding sun decks, restaurants and beautiful staterooms. It also boast celebrity chef Nobu Matsuhisa’s Japanese-Peruvian fusion Umi Uma.
5. Quantum of the Seas, Royal Caribbean International
Known for the highest viewing deck (North Star gondola) on any cruise liner in the world. The Quantum of the Seas is also recognized for robot bartenders and satellite internet, just a few of the many high-tech features offered by this liner. The adventure also includes bumper cars and st sea skydiving.
6. Disney Fantasy, Disney Cruise Line
Almost identical to the Disney Dream, with French fine dining and adult only Remy restaurants to the Disney character interactions. The Fantasy uniquely offers dining room inspired Disney princess films, an Art Nouveau inspired chandelier in the main lobby and a nightclub themed after the London Underground.
7. Celebrity Reflection, Celebrity Cruises
With accommodations for over 3,000 passengers, the Celebrity Reflection host a live tree in the grand foyer with ocean view glass elevators. There are waterfalls and pools in the Solarium and a Sky Observation Lounge with floor to ceiling windows.
8. Allure of the Seas, Royal Caribbean International
This is currently the third largest cruise liner on the seas, accommodating a maximum of 6,780 passengers plus a staff compliment of over 2,000. It has 24 passenger elevators and 16 decks for guests alone. The attraction and activities include a rock climbing wall, ice-skating rink, a zip line and a central park with actual trees.