What's the largest cruise ship you've ever sailed?

Just curious: What's the largest cruise ship you've ever sailed? AND, what's the newest you've ever sailed? Not new as in currently right now — new as in the time it took between when it came out until you got onboard.

My largest is Symphony of the Seas, and no one can beat me because that's currently the largest cruise ship in the world Wink And my newest would be both Symphony and Norwegian Encore, since I was on inaugural cruises for both of those.

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22 Answers

The largest ship would be Regal Princess or Carnival Vista. The newest probably would be the Carnival Dream when we sailed on it’s first US sailing. We sailed on the Regal Princess and the Carnival Vista within six months of their arrival in the US.

Carnival Breeze.

So far it's been the Royal Princess.

Biggest on cruise? Depends what cruise. Went on WESTPAC cruise in Navy on aircraft carrier my biggest ship, newest ship Magic

Largest was the Carnival Vista 133,596 tons 4,977 guest if full

Celebrity Equinox 121,878 Tons 2850 guest if full.

I likes the Equinox better, not as packed in, less guest per ton.

Largest and Newest for us would be the same.

Anthem of The Seas followed by a close second Breakaway, both being about very close in size and close to the same newness when we were on them.

To be clear the Regal Princess has more tonnage but the Carnival Vista carries more passengers. Neither are by wide margins.

The Disney Fantasy and despite the crowds you only felt the crowds on party nights.

Carnival Vista for me.. It was too big in my opinion. I really liked the size of the Carnival Magic

Voyager of the Seas

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