Thursday, December 27, 2012

The World’s Expensive Cruise Ships

Ever fancied an expensive vacation on cruise? Cruising can be most enjoyable especially to get respite from the bustles of city life. Just enjoy a luxurious holiday onboard with great amenities available.

Meditate on your dreams and reconsider the unequalled comforts of the most expensive cruises sailing these days. Spending a holiday with the most expensive cruise ships is a totally great adventure. Cruise line companies have come up with the best ideas to provide the most convenient facilities, food and services. Onboard are high-tech business centers, mobile services, wireless internet, gyms, fitness, spas and various cuisines along with other requisites. Here are some of the world’s most expensive cruise ships.

Allure of the Seas

Owned and operated by the Royal Caribbean International, MS Allure of the Seas is designed under the name “Project Genesis”. In February 2006, she was ordered from Aker Finnyards and in February 2006 her construction took place at Perno Shipyard Turku Finland.


Crystal Cruise Line provides exquisite pleasure, sublime comfort, graciousness as well as perfectly memorable, happy expedition at the cost of fairly expensive fee. Its Crystal Spa, a salon that adheres to Feng Shui principles, Caesars Palace at Sea Casino, shore side, bedding choices, expanded dining with great features such as Wine Makers highlight the memorable cruise experience. Crystal Cruises have been voted as the Best Large-Ship Cruise Line in the World by the annual readers of Travel + Leisure magazine.

Navigator of the Seas

Constructed at Aker Finnyards Turku, Finland, Navigator of the Seas, has the world’s most expensive cruise ships. The ship contains more than US$ 3 million in art exhibited in public areas and stairwells. It has a piano and more seatings in its schooner bar.
Oasis of the Seas

Owned by Royal Caribbean International, MS Oasis of the Seas is an oasis-class cruiser that is first of her class. It cruises the Caribbean from Port Everglades in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. She set the record of transporting 6,000 passengers.

Queen Mary 2

Primarily intended to cross the Atlantic Ocean, this expensive cruise line Queen Mary 2 was differently designed from other passenger ships. Its ship’s final cost was about $300,000 US per berth, almost double that of other contemporary ships.  Facilities include 15 bar and restaurants, a casino, five swimming pools, a theatre, a ballroom, nursery, kennels and the first planetarium at sea.

Regent Seven Seas

Regent Seven Seas feature fine wines, premium spirits, an alternative open-seating dining, unlimited excursions on shores, itineraries to over 300 ports on the seven continents, best staff service, Canyon Ranch Spa Club, small group excursion and enrichment opportunities are specifically intended by Regent Seven Seas to experience cruise destinations at an authentic and more personal level.

Sea  Dream Yachts

Sea Dream Yachts can lodge 112 guests and equipped with 95 crews with 5-star service. Its expensive cruise fare is inclusive of ocean view accommodations, gratuities, gourmet meals, 24 hour services, sauna and steam, pool and jacuzzi, spa with Thai therapies, dinner, lunch and beverages.


Seabourn is generally one of the few luxury cruise lines in the globe that consistently received top awards, honors and ratings from travel guidebooks and publications. It is also considered as pretty costly. It is similar to an intimate private club where members share spacious decks, social spaces and personalized attention of a well-trained crew while cruising across the ocean.


Boats of Silversea boast of sumptuous ocean-view suites and the freedom of lifestyle. Services of uncompromising superlatives are here, gourmet dining that is inspired by Châteaux and Relais, intimate spaces composed of over-all convivial board ambience. Each charming destination of this expensive cruise provides access to exclusive explorations and distinctively enriching wealth of cultures. Silversea offers loyalty programs and caters to distinguished visitors.

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