Allure of the Seas is the most expensive cruise ship in operation. It is the latest cruise ship in the Oasis class, owned by Royal Caribbean International. About $1.4bn was incurred in the building this world class cruise ship.
Allure of the Seas is the largest passenger ship ever constructed, stretching just two inches longer than its sister ship Oasis of the Seas.
Allure of the Seas accommodates 6,296 guests as well as 2,384 crew members, and is loaded with features such as the first on-board Starbucks, a 1,380-seat theatre and ice skating rink.
The Oasis of the Seas cruises Caribbean from its home port of Port Everglades in Florida. The ship offers an array of passenger features such as luxurious staterooms, a zip-line, a casino, a miniature golf course, night clubs, bars and lounges, Pool and Sports Zone, Entertainment Place and theme parks.
The Norwegian Epic sails to the destinations in Caribbean and Europe. It offers more than 20 dining options, studio rooms for solo travellers and world-class live entertainment, fitness and sports facilities, aqua park, pools and hot tubs.
The onboard facilities were exclusively designed to cater to families. The ship cruises on seven-night Eastern and Western Caribbean voyages.
The 1,250 staterooms spread across the 14-deck vessel accommodate 4,000 passengers and more than 1,450 cast and crew members. The cruise ship features a magnificent three-deck atrium lobby, sweeping grand staircase, marble and stone inlay floor, fluted columns, lavish decorative murals and paintings.
The cruise ship gives a glimpse of early 20th-century design as well as cruise-industry first features such as the AquaDuck, the first water coaster at sea.
Disney Dream boasts of being a true family cruise liner offering one-of-a-kind venues and experiences for each member in the family.
Queen Mary 2 also sails on an annual world cruise. The transatlantic ocean liner carries 2,620 passengers and 1,238 crew members. It features 1,347-seat Britannia Restaurant, 200-seat Queen's Grill, Royal Court Theatre, Winter Garden, 14 bars and clubs and health and fitness facilities.
The cruise ship has the capacity to carry 4,000 passengers and 1,595 crew. It offers an industry-first open-air space, fitness centre, mini golf, sports court, aqua park, pools and hot tubs.
The Breakaway sails on seven-night cruises to Bermuda, Caribbean and the Bahamas and Florida.
The ship carries the Freedom-class features such as FlowRider® surf simulator, a rock climbing wall, ice-skating rink, cantilevered whirlpools, Royal Promenade and mini golf course.
Freedom of the Seas operates on 7-night itineraries to western Caribbean locations. The passengers onboard can experience Royal Caribbean's unique features such as surf simulator, H2O Zone water park and cantilevered whirlpools.
Liberty of the Seas has the Freedom-class ship features including 2,101-seat main dining room, Platinum Theatre, Vitality Spa & Fitness Centre, six Whirlpools and three pools, surf simulator and Ice Skating Rink.