The cruise ships with the most impact this year, according to Condé Nast – Travel – Life

The cruise ships with the most impact this year, according to Condé Nast - Travel - Life

The prestigious travel and tourism publication Conde Nast Traveler published, in its 26th edition, the list of those that, in the opinion of the editorial teams of its seven world editions, are the best cruise ships in the world.

This is the list of the ten that stand out the most for their elegance and modernity:

The most impressivesilver origin

This ship, with capacity for 100 passengers, is the first ship built by Silversea Cruises, replacing the one that had been sailing in the waters of the Galapagos Islands for years. She has the best of both worlds: experienced guides and all the amenities you would expect from a modern ship. The food, drink and activities on board are wonderful, and the nightly talks of the guides are joined by countless varieties of ceviche in the open air and the nightly dances in the bar.

celebrity apex

The ship, which sails through the Caribbean and the Mediterranean, is already a star. He stomped into 2020, with interior design by Kelly Hoppen MBE and more than two dozen onboard dining and drinking venues, some of which have been awarded Michelin stars. It is spacious, elegant and well distributed. It has capacity for 3,385 passengers.

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odyssey of the seas

This Royal Caribbean ship proves that it’s possible for a cruise to appeal to everyone. Works well as an all-inclusive floating resort. It offers quality food, advanced technology and 16 activity decks.

Navigator and World Traveler

Atlas Ocean Voyages World launched a new cruise line dedicated exclusively to exploration. Its first ship, the World Navigator, with a capacity for 196 passengers and a retro-chic design from the 1940s, was launched in 2021. The World Traveler will arrive in October, and three other sister ships will debut between now and 2024.

Royal Caribbean’s Odyssey of the Seas.

viking venus

It is the most recentaddition to Viking Cruises’ collection of ocean liners, and with her launch in May 2021 came new itineraries.such as the Malta & Adriatic Jewels, which marks the first time that the brand has made port in the city of Valletta, declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO.

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The other five ships highlighted by the publication are Scarlet Lady and Valiant Lady, from Virgin Voyages; Silver Moon, from Silversea Cruises; Viking Octantis, Viking Cruises’ commitment to Antarctica; Princess Cruises’ Enchanted Princess; Seashore, from MSC Cruises, and Rotterdam, from Holland America Line.

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Source: Conde Nast Traveler


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