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Cruise vessels ordered and under construction
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Newbuild to be delivered in 2016:
Emerald Belle, Scenic Aura, Seabourn Encore and Genting Dream.




AIDA Cruises
  • AIDAperla (3,300 - Summer 2017) Mitsubishi Heavy Industries (See image of sister ship AIDAprima at right)
  • New ship design (6,600 - ) Meyer Werft
  • New ship design (6,600 - ) Meyer Werft



    AMA Waterways
  • AmaKristina (158 - March 2017) ("Certo-class" ship) Vahali Shipyard
    (AmaWaterways has not yet confirmed the line will build one more ship in 2017 for river cruises in Europe )



    American Cruise Lines
  • Queen of the Mississippi ( - 2017) Chesapeake Shipbuilding Corp.
  • American Constellation (170 - Early 2017) Chesapeake Shipbuilding



    Aqua Expeditions
  • Aqua Amazon (40 - December 2017)



    Australis
    Stella Australis
  • Ventus Australis (210 - Late 2017) Shipyard in Chile (See image sister ship Stella Australis )


    Blue Star Line
  • Titanic II Project (2,435 - Delayed to 2018) CSC shipyard (February 2016: Australian media reports that the ship was just a proposal and the project has never launched)



    Carnival Cruise Lines
  • Carnival Horizon (3,954 - March 2018) Fincantieri The 3,954-passenger Carnival Vista (Photo courtesy of Carnival Cruise Line) (See image at left of the Carnival Vista)



    Carnival Corp & Plc
    March 2015: Carnival Corp & plc is ordering a total of nine cruise ships, five from Fincantieri and four from Meyer Werft. The new ships would be delivered over a four-year period between 2019 and 2022. Fincantieri will build five of the new vessels at its shipyards in Monfalcone and Marghera in Italy while Meyer Werft will construct the remaining four at both its German yard at Papenburg and its new and larger capacity Finnish yard at Turku. June 2015: it was announced that the two at Meyer Werft will be for AIDA Cruises. July 2015: the two at Meyer Turku will be for Costa Cruises. April 2015: the remaining five ships will be for Costa Asia (two), Princess (two) and P&O Cruises Australia (One).


    Carnival plc - China Investment Corporation (CIC) - China State Shipbuilding Company (CSSC)
    China Daily reported on 8 July, 2016, that a joint venture ship owning company 60% controlled by the China State Shipbuilding Company (CSSC) and 40% by Fincantieri would build five 133,500 gross ton cruise ships at CSSC's Shanghai Waigaoqiao Shipbuilding Company (SWS) unit, the first of which is due to enter service in 2021.



    Celebrity Cruises
  • Project Edge class ship (2,900 - Fall 2018) STX France
  • Project Edge class ship (2,900 - Early 2020) STX France
  • Project Edge class ship (2,900 - Fall 2021) STX France (Memorandum of understanding)
  • Project Edge class ship (2,900 - Fall 2022) STX France (Memorandum of understanding)



    Costa Cruises Asia
  • Unnamed ship (4,200 - 2019) Fincantieri
  • Unnamed ship (4,200 - 2020) Fincantieri



    Costa Cruises
  • New ship design (6,600 - 2019) Meyer Turku (See image below at right)
  • New ship design (6,600 - 2020) Meyer Turku



    Croisieurope
  • Unnamed ship x Douro River (132 - 2017) Sambre and Meuse Shipyard
  • Indochine II (60 - 2017) (Cruises on the Mekong)
  • Symphonie II (106 - April 2017)
  • Douce France II (106 - June 2017)
  • Unnamed river boat x Chobe and Zambezi Rivers in Africa (16 - 2017)



    Crystal Cruises
    The Crystal Exclusive (Artist concepts courtesy of Crystal Cruises)
  • New Crystal Exclusive class ship (1,000 - 2019) MV Werften (Letter of Intent) (See image at left)
  • New Crystal Exclusive class ship (1,000 - ) MV Werften (Letter of Intent)
  • New Crystal Exclusive class ship (1,000 - ) MV Werften (Letter of Intent)
  • Crystal Endeavor (200 - August 2018) MV Werften (See image)




    Crystal River Cruises
    The Crystal river yacht vessels (Artist concepts courtesy of Crystal Cruises)
  • Crystal Bach (106 - March 2017) MV Werften (See artist impression at right of the four ships)
  • Crystal Mahler (106 - March 2017) MV Werften
  • Crystal Ravel (106 - May 2018) MV Werften
  • Crystal Debussy (106 suites - April 2018) MV Werften
  • Unnamed ( - 2019) MV Werften
  • Unnamed ( - 2019) MV Werften



    Disney Cruise Line
  • Unnamed ship (2,500 - 2021) Meyer Werft (Memorandum of agreement)
  • Unnamed ship (2,500 - 2023) Meyer Werft (Memorandum of agreement)



    Dream Cruises - Genting Hong Kong
    (November 2015: Genting Hong Kong announced the launch of Dream Cruises with the two new ships under construction at Meyer Werft for Star Cruises)
    The Genting Dream (Rendering courtesy Dream Cruises)
  • Genting Dream (3,400 - October 2016) Meyer Werft (See image at left)
  • Unnamed ship (3,400 - Fall 2017) Meyer Werft








    Emerald Waterways
  • Emerald Belle (182 - April 2016) (Den Breejen Shipyard) (Jan. 2016: a shipyard fire has caused damage and is likely to delay the vessel's launch)
  • Emerald Destiny (182 - April 2017)
  • Emerald Liberté (138 - April 2017) (For France's Rhone and Saone rivers)
  • Emerald Radiance (112 - April 2017) (For Portugal's Douro River)




    Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts
  • Four Seasons Ocean Residence (48,600 grt - ) Kvaerner Masa (Aker Yards) (Conditional contract)


    General Maritime Transportation Company (GNMTC)
  • Unnamed ship (1,739 - December 2012) STX Europe St Nazaire
    (June 2011: STX France has rescinded the contract and is looking for a new buyer. March 2012: sold to MSC Cruises)



    Holland America Line
  • Nieuw Statendam (2,650 - November 2018) Fincantieri (See image of sister ship Koningsdam)



    Hurtigruten
  • New class explorer ship (600 - 2018) Kleven Verft, Norway (See image at left) The two new ships for Hurtigruten (Artist impression courtesy Kleven)
  • New class explorer ship (600 - 2018) Kleven Verft, Norway
    (The agreement with Kleven Verft includes an option for two additional vessels)







    Knud E Hansen (Naval architects)
  • New green-design expedition ship (300 - )(See image)



    Lindblad Expeditions
    The National Geographic Quest is currently being built in Seattle and will make her first voyage on 26 June 2017
  • National Geographic Quest (100 - June 2017) Nichols Brothers Boat Builders (See image at left)
  • Unnamed coastal vessel (100 - Second quarter of 2018) Nichols Brothers Boat Builders
  • Unnamed expedition ship ( - 2019) (Announcement by Sven-Olof Lindblad, April 2016)





    MSC Cruises
  • MSC Meraviglia (4,500 - May 2017) STX France
  • MSC Meraviglia sister ship (4,500 - 2019) STX France (See image at right)
  • Meraviglia-Plus class ship (4,888 - October 2019) STX France
  • Meraviglia-Plus class ship (4,888 - September 2020) STX France
  • MSC Seaside (5,300 - November 2017) Fincantieri
  • MSC Seaview (5,300 - June 2018) Fincantieri
    (See image at left)
  • April 2016: MSC Cruises announced the signing of a Letter of Intent with STX St Nazaire for four massive 5,500-berth liquid natural gas-powered cruise ships to be delivered between 2022 and 2026.





    Norwegian Cruise Line
  • Norwegian Joy (4,200 - Summer 2017) (Designed specifically for the Chinese market) Meyer Werft (See image)
  • Norwegian Bliss (?) (4,200 - Spring 2018) Meyer Werft
  • Breakaway-Plus class cruise ship (4,200 - Autumn 2019) Meyer Werft



    OVDS - Hurtigruten - Norwegian Coastal Voyage
  • Fram's sister ship (2008) Fincantieri (Option to be confirmed)



    Peace Boat
  • New Ecoship (1,700 - 2020) (Subject to financing by donations or investors) (See image at right)



    Pearl Seas Cruises
  • Unnamed sister ship of the Pearl Mist (214 -) (Originally the ship would be built at the Irving Shipbuilding, in Halifax, Nova Scotia but in March 2008 Pearl Seas decided to built the second ship in a different shipyard)



    P&O Cruises Australia
  • Unnamed ship (2,400 - 2019/2020) Fincantieri



    Ponant
    The Ponant new ships  (Artist impression by Stirling Design International)
  • Unnamed 'Explorer Class' vessel (180 - Summer 2018) VARD Group (Letter of intent) (See image at left)
  • Unnamed 'Explorer Class' vessel (180 - 2018) VARD Group (Letter of intent)
  • Unnamed 'Explorer Class' vessel (180 - 2019) VARD Group (Letter of intent)
  • Unnamed 'Explorer Class' vessel (180 - Summer 2019) VARD Group (Letter of intent)



    Polar Cruise Enterprises
  • Ursus Maritimus - Ice breaking cruise liner (240 - ) Rauma yard of STX Finland



    Princess Cruises
    Majestic Princess will be the first ship in the fleet to debut an elegant new livery design featuring the company's iconic logo
  • Majestic Princess (3,560 - Summer 2017) Fincantieri (See image at right)
  • Fourth "Royal Princess" class vessel (3,560 - 2019 / 2020) Fincantieri
  • Fifth Royal-class vessels (3,560 - 2019 / 2020) Fincantieri (See image)



    Residential Cruise Line Ltd.
  • Magellan (residential cruise ship) - Aker Yards (Memorandum of Understanding)



    Riva Waterways - Evergreen Tours
  • Riva Royale (180 - April 2014) Shipyard De Hoop (River ship)
  • Riva Princess (180 - April 2014) Shipyard De Hoop (River ship)



    Regent Seven Seas Cruises Seven Seas Explorer
  • Unnamed Explorer-class ship (750 - 2020) Fincantieri (See image at right of the Seven Seas Explorer)



    Royal Caribbean International
  • Fourth ship of the Oasis class (5,400 - Mid 2018) STX France
  • Fourth Quantum-class ship (4,100 - Spring 2019) Meyer Werf
  • Fifth Quantum-class ship (4,100 - Fall 2020) Meyer Werf
  • Fifth ship of the Oasis class (5,400 - Spring 2021) STX France (Memorandum of understanding)



    Russian Federal Marine Agency For River Transport
    The new Russian riverboat
  • PV300VD class ship (- 2019) United Shipbuilding Company (ASC) (See image at left)
  • PV300VD class ship (- 2019) United Shipbuilding Company (ASC)
  • PV300VD class ship (- 2019) United Shipbuilding Company (ASC)




    Saga Shipping - Saga Cruises
    The new Saga's cruise vessel (Artist impression, courtesy Saga / Meyer Werft)
    Unnamed new class ship (540 suites and cabins - 2019) Meyer Werft (There is an option for a second ship with delivery in 2021) (See image at left)





    Scenic - Luxury Cruises & Tours
  • Scenic Aura (24 balcony suites - September 2016) (Myanmar's Irrawaddy River cruises)
    The 16,500-ton, 228-berth ocean-going cruise ship Scenic Eclipse (Artist impression courtesy Scenic Cruises)
  • Scenic Eclipse (Ocean-going cruise ship) (228 - 2018) Uljanik Group's Pula shipyard in Croatia (See image at left)








    Seabourn Cruises
  • Seabourn Encore (604 - Second half of 2016) Fincantieri (See image)Seabourn Encore (Rendering courtesy of Seabourn Cruises)
  • Seabourn Ovation (604 - Spring 2018) Fincantieri (See image)





    Sea Cloud Cruises
  • Sea Cloud Hussar (136 - November 2010) Factoria Naval de Marin, Spain (She is a three-mast sailing vessel)



    Silversea Cruises
  • Silver Muse (596 - April 2017) Fincantieri
  • Unnamed vessel (-) Fincantieri
  • Unnamed vessel (-) Fincantieri
    (October 2014: Shanghai-based ICBC Leasing announced that it had signed with Monte Carlo-based Silversea Cruises for the financing of three cruise ships to be built by Fincantieri in Italy)



    Star Clippers
    Star Clippers' new ship (Illustration courtesy of Brodosplit Shipyard)
  • Flying Clipper (300 - Late 2017) (Brodosplit shipyard in Split, Croatia) (See image at right)



    Star Cruises
  • Unnamed Global Class ship (5,000 - 2019) MV Werften (See image)
  • Unnamed Global Class ship (5,000 - 2020) MV Werften


    Sunstone Ships
  • Project Unlimited (240 - ) (Expedition ship) Meyer Werft (Letter of intent)(See image)


    TUI Cruises
  • Mein Schiff 6 (2500 - 2017) Meyer Turku Mein Schiff 5 (See image sister ship Mein Schiff 5)
  • Mein Schiff 1 (2894 - 2018) Meyer Turku Oy
  • Mein Schiff 2 (2894 - 2019) Meyer Turku Oy


    Uniworld River Cruises
  • Joie de Vivre (128 - March 2017) (Cruises in France on the Sein River)


    Unknown Cruise Operator
  • New Expedition Vessel for Extreme Conditions (60 - December 2014) Kleven Maritime AS (Norway)


    Unknown Cruise Operator
  • Unnamed Expedition Vessel (240 - First Quarter 2019) Fincantieri's Norwegian subsidiary Vard
  • Unnamed Expedition Vessel (240 - First Quarter 2020) Fincantieri's Norwegian subsidiary Vard


    Utopia Residences
  • Utopia - private residential vessel (105,000 ton - ) (June 2011: the letter of intent for the Utopia is expected to become a firm contract) Samsung Heavy Industries


    Victoria Cruises
  • Victoria Emperor (Over 200 - planning stage) (River cruises in China)


    Viking River Cruises
    March 2015: Viking Cruises announced plans for the construction of six new vessels over the next three years for Mississippi River cruises. March 2016: Viking River Cruises is delaying its entry to the Mississippi River market by at least a year.


    Viking Ocean Cruises
  • Viking Sky (944 - February 2017) Fincantieri (See image sister ship Viking Star - Photo Neven Jerkovic at Shipspotting.com)
  • New luxury ocean ship (944 - Early 2017) Fincantieri
  • New luxury ocean ship (944 - Mid 2018) Fincantieri
  • New luxury ocean ship (944 - End 2020) Fincantieri


    Virgin Cruises
    Unnamed new class ship (2,800 - 2020) Fincantieri
    Unnamed new class ship (2,800 - 2021) Fincantieri
    Unnamed new class ship (2,800 - 2022) Fincantieri


    Xiamen International Cruise Co Ltd
  • China Xiamen (2,000 - planning for October 2018) Xiamen Shipbuilding Industry
    (August 2015: Cruise Industry News has reported that Xiamen Shipbuilding has dropped plans to build the ship)
























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