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Inspiring Time-Lapses of Cruise Ships Under Construction

4 minutes read • April 17th, 2020
Do you remember our video tour of Carnival Panorama (you can check it here)? Well, an exciting time-lapse of sunsets shot from the cruise ship inspired us to continue the topic of cruise time-lapses. After all, it’s very relaxing and heartwarming. By the way, we’ve already shared exciting time-lapses of cruises – you can find the article via this link. And today, we invite you to enjoy time-lapses of

cruise ships under construction

. Wow, we believe it’s going to be something incredible.
Cruise Ship Video
Royal Caribbean International’s Spectrum of the Seas at Meyer Werft shipyard in Papenburg, Germany
© Public domain/ Pixabay​

 

Disney Fantasy

Cruise line: Disney Cruise Line
Year built: 2012
Shipyard: Meyer Werft; Papenburg, Germany
Tonnage: 129,750 GT
Guest capacity: 2,500​
 

AIDAprima

Cruise line: AIDA Cruises
Year built: 2016
Shipyard: Mitsubishi Shipbuilding; Nagasaki, Japan
Tonnage: 125,572 GT
Guest capacity: 3,300
 

Harmony of the Seas

Cruise line: Royal Caribbean International
Year built: 2016
Shipyard: STX France, Chantiers de l'Atlantique shipyard; St. Nazaire, France
Tonnage: 226,963 GT
Guest capacity: 5,494​
 

MSC Meraviglia

Cruise line: MSC Cruises
Year built: 2017
Shipyard: STX France, Chantiers de l'Atlantique shipyard; St. Nazaire, France
Tonnage: 171,598 GT
Guest capacity: 4,500
 

 

Norwegian Bliss

Cruise line: Norwegian Cruise Line
Year built: 2018
Shipyard: Meyer Werft;  Papenburg, Germany
Tonnage: 168,028 GT
Guest capacity: 4,002
 

Spirit of Discovery

Cruise line: Saga Cruises
Year built: 2019
Shipyard: Meyer Werft; Papenburg, Germany
Tonnage: 58,250 GT
Guest capacity: 999
 

Spectrum of the Seas

Cruise line: Royal Caribbean International
Year built: 2019
Shipyard: Meyer Werft; Papenburg, Germany
Tonnage: 169,379 GT
Guest capacity: 4,246
 

Scarlet Lady

Cruise line: Virgin Voyages
Year built: 2020
Shipyard: Fincantieri; Sestri Ponente, Italy
Tonnage: 110,000 GT
Guest capacity: 2,770
 

MS Iona

Cruise line: P&O Cruises
Year built: under construction; due to enter service in 2020
Shipyard: Meyer Werft; Papenburg, Germany
Tonnage: 184,000 GT
Guest capacity: 5,206


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