Cruise Ship Pictures
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The Aida Bella
The Aida BELLA was launched in 2007. She in 250m long, has a gwt of 69,203 and can handle 2050 passengers comfortably. Aida Cruise Lines is a subsidiary of Princess Cruises.



The P&O Arcadia

Built in 2005 at 87,000 gwt, she can accomidate 1848 passengers and 866 crew.
Photographed in Barcelona Harbor




The Moby Wonder
The entire Moby fleet is decorated with the Looney Tunes characters. The Moby Wonder is a high speed roll-on roll-off Mediterranean ferry which can carry 2080 passengers and 700 vehicles. She operates comfortably at 29 knots.
The Ruby Princess
The Ruby Princess was launched in 2008. She is 951 feet long and is rated at 113,651 grt. A crew of 1205 supports a normal passenger count of 3100, but can handle 3600. Here she is seen at the dock in Naples.


The Grandi Navi Veloci Majestic
"Grandi Navi Veloci Majestic" in English means "Large Fast Ships". The Majestic is a Ro-Ro cruise ferry seen here leaving the port of Civitavecchia.

The Pullmantour Express
She was the Nordic Empress when she began service in 1990 under the Royal Caribbean flag. In 2004 RCCL changed her name to Empress of the Seas. In 2008 she was transfered to Pullmantur Cruises (owned by RCCL) and now sails as the Pullmantur Empress.



Regent Seven Seas Voyager
Built in 2003. It is the world's second all-suites cruise ship. At 46,000 gwt, she coddles 700 well-cared-for passengers and carries a crew of 450.


The Costa Europa
Built in 1986 as the "Homeric", she was aquired by Holland America in 1988 and renamed "Westerdam". In 2002 she became the "Costa Europa". She is rated at 54,763 gwt, has a passenger capacity of 1773 and carries a crew of 636.


The Ibero Grand Celebration
The Ibero Grand Celebration was formerly the Carnival Celebration. She was launched in 1987 and re-fitted in 2008. She is rated at 47,262 gwt and normally carries 1490 passengers with a crew of 670. Ibero Cruises is owned by Carnival Corporation.
The Holland America Noordam
Noordam is the newest of Holland America's four VISTA Class ships. She is shown here at the dock at the Ionian island of Corfu in Greece.


The Oceana Regatta
The Regatta was originally built in 1998 as the R-2 for the now defunct Renaissance Fleet. Like her identical sister ships she is 30,000 gwt and carries 702 passengers with a crew of 372.
The Bark Europa
Operated out The Netherlands, the Europa is a modern passenger carrying sailing vessel with varied itineraries. She is seen here in the Antarctic anchored near the Argentine Research Station, Almirante Brown.


The Royal Clipper
She's the largest passenger sailing ship afloat. Built in The Netherlands in 2000 for the Star Clipper Line, The Royal Clipper is 5,000 gwt and handles 228 passengers with a crew of 106.
Holland America's Rotterdam
Launched in 1997 from the Fincantieri yards in Italy, The Rotterdam is rated at 60,000 gt, carries 1318 passengers in spacious comfort along with a crew of 620.


Classic Cruises' Athena
Previously the Athena was the Stockholm and, later, the Caribe. She was launched in 1948 and weighs in at 16,000 gwt, carries 492 passengers with a crew of 300. She is know for her classic design.
The Windjammer, Fantome
The Fantome was owned by Windjammer Barefoot Cruises. She was lost at sea with all hands in Hurricane Mitch in October, 1998. Read the full news story here.


The Costa Concordia
The Concordia was launched in 2006. She's 950' long x 125' wide and is rated at 112,000 gtw. Has lower berths for 3000 passengers and carries a crew of 1100.
The P&O Oceana
Built in 2000 as the Ocean Princess, for Princess Cruises, she is rated at 77,000 gt and can accommodate 2016 passengers along with a crew of 814.


The RCCL Legend
Launched in 1995, 71,000 gt, 1804 passengers with a crew of 735.
Oosterdam Passenger Suite
On the Holland America Vista Class ships, the SS suites are 1 1/2 the size of a regular Veranda Suite.


The Seabourn Legend
"The Yachts of Seabourn" Big cabins, Few passengers, Excellent service, Cost: Don't ask.
The Oceana Insignia
Originally the "R-1". Built 1998, 30,000 gt, 702 Passengers, 372 Crew.












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