Largest cruise ship with 18 decks, 22 restaurants, 24 pools, 2,759 cabins, and themed neighborhoods. Expect an even bigger ship in 2021.
Similar to Symphony, it has a capacity of 6,687, measures 1,188 feet, and features the Ultimate Abyss slide.
Launched in 2010, it has 25 dining options, 4 pools, a theater, and DreamWorks characters onboard. Measures 1,187 feet.
The original Oasis-class ship with 7 neighborhoods, 6,780 capacity, deep high dive pool, and Broadway musical "Hairspray" performances.
Non-Royal Caribbean ship, part of MSC's Meraviglia class. Features Cirque du Soleil performances, Eataly, and a 262-ft LED indoor promenade.
Newest and largest Breakaway-Plus ship with colorful hull designs. Features deck-lined restaurants, go kart race track, and laser tag.
Three ships (Quantum, Anthem, Ovation) with outdoor spaces, signature activities, bumper cars, circus school, 18 restaurants, skydiving simulator, Bionic Bar. Quantum tailored for Asian market with larger casino, Asian food options.
Quantum Class ship sailing Atlantic waters. Maiden voyage in 2015, visited Halifax as largest cruise ship in Canada.
Launched in 2016, cruises in Alaska from Seattle and in Sydney. Features advanced staterooms, Virtual Balcony, and Jamie's Italian restaurant.
Custom-built for China, styled for Chinese travelers. Cruises between China and Australia. Maximum capacity of 3,883 guests. Mandarin as the official language onboard.
Norwegian Escape: First NCL ship with EGC system for environmental compliance. Based in Miami, offers Caribbean and Bahamas cruises.
Popular cold coffee with variations. Drip coffee or espresso with ice and water. Optional flavoring syrups for added taste.