Largest cruise ships worldwide in 2017, by gross tonnage (in thousands)

Largest cruise ships worldwide in 2017, by gross tonnage This statistic shows the largest cruise ships worldwide in 2017, by gross tonnage. As of 2017, the Allure of the Seas and the Oasis of the Seas, both of the Royal Caribbean line, were the third largest cruise ships in the world with a gross tonnage of approximately 225 thousand.
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Gross tonnage in thousands
Symphony of the Seas (Royal Caribbean - 2018)230
Harmony of the Seas (Royal Caribbean - 2016)226.96
Oasis of the Seas (Royal Caribbean - 2009)225.28
Allure of the Seas (Royal Caribbean - 2010)225.28
MSC Meraviglia (MSC Cruises - 2017)171.6
Quantum of the Seas (Royal Caribbean - 2014)168.67
Anthem of the Seas (Royal Caribbean - 2015)168.67
Ovation of the Seas (Royal Caribbean - 2016)167.67
Norwegian Escape (Norwegian Cruise Line - 2015)164.6
Liberty of the Seas (Royal Caribbean - 2007)160
Norwegian Epic (Norwegian Cruise Line - 2010)155.87
Independence of the Seas (Royal Caribbean - 2008)154.41
Freedom of the Seas (Royal Caribbean - 2006)154.41
Queen Mary 2 (Cunard - 2004)148.53
Norwegian Breakaway (Norwegian Cruise Line - 2013)146.6
Norwegian Getaway (Norwegian Cruise Line - 2014)145.66
Britannia (P&O Cruises - 2015)143
Royal Princess (Princess Cruises - 2013)141
Regal Princess (Princess Cruises - 2014)141
MSC Divina (MSC Cruises - 2012)139.07
MSC Preziosa (MSC Cruises - 2013)139.07
Navigator of the Seas (Royal Caribbean - 2002)138.28
Mariner of the Seas (Royal Caribbean - 2003)138.28
MSC Fantasia (MSC Cruises - 2008)137.94
MSC Splendida (MSC Cruises - 2009)137.94
Gross tonnage in thousands
Symphony of the Seas (Royal Caribbean - 2018)230
Harmony of the Seas (Royal Caribbean - 2016)226.96
Oasis of the Seas (Royal Caribbean - 2009)225.28
Allure of the Seas (Royal Caribbean - 2010)225.28
MSC Meraviglia (MSC Cruises - 2017)171.6
Quantum of the Seas (Royal Caribbean - 2014)168.67
Anthem of the Seas (Royal Caribbean - 2015)168.67
Ovation of the Seas (Royal Caribbean - 2016)167.67
Norwegian Escape (Norwegian Cruise Line - 2015)164.6
Liberty of the Seas (Royal Caribbean - 2007)160
Norwegian Epic (Norwegian Cruise Line - 2010)155.87
Independence of the Seas (Royal Caribbean - 2008)154.41
Freedom of the Seas (Royal Caribbean - 2006)154.41
Queen Mary 2 (Cunard - 2004)148.53
Norwegian Breakaway (Norwegian Cruise Line - 2013)146.6
Norwegian Getaway (Norwegian Cruise Line - 2014)145.66
Britannia (P&O Cruises - 2015)143
Royal Princess (Princess Cruises - 2013)141
Regal Princess (Princess Cruises - 2014)141
MSC Divina (MSC Cruises - 2012)139.07
MSC Preziosa (MSC Cruises - 2013)139.07
Navigator of the Seas (Royal Caribbean - 2002)138.28
Mariner of the Seas (Royal Caribbean - 2003)138.28
MSC Fantasia (MSC Cruises - 2008)137.94
MSC Splendida (MSC Cruises - 2009)137.94
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This statistic shows the largest cruise ships worldwide in 2017, by gross tonnage. As of 2017, the Allure of the Seas and the Oasis of the Seas, both of the Royal Caribbean line, were the third largest cruise ships in the world with a gross tonnage of approximately 225 thousand.
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Release date
January 2018
Region
Worldwide
Survey time period
2018
Supplementary notes
Figures have been rounded.

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