10 Navios de Cruzeiros mais populares do Mundo

10 Most Popular Cruise Ships in the World
The magazine Cruise Critic, one of the most important publications on cruises in the world, made a selection of 10 ships most popular activity in all countries. The list displays information about each liner, which will be useful for choosing the cruzeirista not yet know them.

1. Oasis of the Seas, Royal Caribbean International

Opened in 2009 and with a capacity for 5400 passengers, Oasis of the Seas is the largest cruise ships ever built. The liner is considered a revolution in design, and the magazine highlights the existence of an outdoor theater, the AquaTheater. The publication also draws attention to an outdoor corridor throughout the length of the Oasis and indoor surf simulator.

2. Allure of the Seas, Royal Caribbean International

Oasis of the same class and with the same passenger capacity, the Allure of the Seas is younger than his brother. The review highlights that both offer unique services to cruzeirista but that Allura includes unique features such as the first Starbucks aboard a cruise a unique snack bar hot dogs and Broadway show.

3. Carnival Dream, Carnival Cruises

The Carnival Dream, Carnival Cruise Line's, has capacity for 3,646 passengers and was opened in 2009. According to Cruise Critic, the vessel mixing an intriguing and inventive blend of old ships of fun as Cove Balconies and Ocean Plaza, and outdoor space with pools and comfortable chairs.

4. Carnival Magic, Carnival Cruises

With a capacity for 3,690 passengers, the ship was launched in 2011 and immediately drew attention to the Thirsty Frog Red Ale beer in RedFrog Pub, the path string suspended and Cucina del Capitano Italian restaurant. The magazine also highlights the possibility of testing the knowledge of singing in a karaoke with a live band.

5. Norwegian Epic, Norwegian Cruise Lines

Beginning of travel in 2010, Norwegian Epic takes up 4100 passengers has several points that make it interesting. The vessel presents concerts of Blue Man Group, and has a controversial bathroom with glass translucent, allowing a view of who is in the bath through the smoked glass. In addition, the Cruise Critic cites more than 20 restaurants, a water park giant and one of the largest spas on cruise ships.

6. Celebrity Silhouette, Celebrity Cruises

The Silhouette was opened in 2011, with capacity for 2,886 passengers, and is among the ships four to five stars. It is one of the nicest large ships at sea. His trademark is the elegant restaurants, spaces covered with glass and light, and the Lawn Club, a natural area where passengers can eat, play bocce and feel the grass on the feet.

7. Celebrity Eclipse, Celebrity Cruises

With a capacity for 2,850 passengers Eclipse is the third ship of the Solstice Class Company. Its main attractions include a variety of dining options ranging from Italian to French food, a deck with real grass, and a beautiful solarium for adults only. The choices of drinks at Martini Bar are also highlighted by the magazine.

8. Liberty of the Seas, Royal Caribbean International

Seas since 2007, this ship with capacity for 3,634 passengers is the second of three innovative Freedom class ships of Royal Caribbean ships considered ideal for families, couples and groups. A remodeling in 2011 added several touches like the Oasis-class ships, including a bakery cupcakes and Broadway shows.

9. Ruby Princess from Princess Cruises

The Ruby Princess carries up to 3,080 passengers and features all the hallmarks of this company, such as a theater large poolside, a great bakery, an internet café, a wine bar and tapas, a space for adults without children, a stronghold with lounge, massage and a menu with various spas.

10. Disney Dream, Disney Cruises

The Disney Dream, which launched travel in 2011 with a capacity of 2500 passengers, was the company's first ship built in over a decade. The ship carries the signature of Disney and has the first water coaster, the AquaDuck. It also offers a entire deck dedicated to children and the French restaurant Remy.

Source: cruisecritic.com


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