12 Major New Cruise Ships Arriving In 2023


If you’re a frequent cruiser, chances are likely that you keep a close eye on all the new cruise ships set to hit the high seas in the coming years. After all, you want to be one of the first of your traveling friends to check out all the latest and greatest in cruising, as soon as it’s available to the public, says in an article published in Cruise Hive.

So, if you’re in the process of planning out your cruising itineraries for 2023, here are the new cruise ships you’ll want to check out.

There’s a lot to look forward to in 2023, with new cruise ships coming from all your favorite cruise lines, from Virgin to Viking, Celebrity to Carnival.

Viking Saturn (Viking Cruises)

An adults-only ship and the ninth cruise ship for Viking Cruises, Viking Saturn is an ocean ship, but is small enough that it can dock at ports where larger cruise ships just can’t.

The ship will offer all-balcony staterooms across five categories, two pools, a handful of dining venues and a handful of entertainment venues.

If you’re considering traveling on a Viking ship for the first time, when Viking Saturn debuts, it’s worth noting that the cruise line is definitely a more refined one, with a thoroughly adult vibe. Don’t expect a lot of rowdy pool parties here. Instead, everything is tasteful, luxurious and Scandinavian-inspired. 

  • Gross Tonnage: 47,800
  • Guest Capacity: 930
  • Crew Capacity: 470
  • Debut Date: Early 2023
  • Shipyard: Fincantieri, Italy

Vista (Oceania Cruises)

At just 67,000 gross tons and a guest capacity of only 1,200, there’s no denying that Oceania’s Vista is small. However, what the small, new cruise ship lacks in size, it makes up for in style. If you’re looking for a more intimate cruising experience, with fewer crowds and more peace and quiet, you’ll find it here.

Compared to past Oceania ships, Vista offers new dining options, such as Ember and Aquamar Kitchen. In terms of accommodations, expect all-veranda options, and staterooms and suites with oversized rainforest showers.

For the first time ever for Oceania, the ship will offer a new category of concierge-level staterooms that are designed with solo travelers in mind. Dramatic new “Signature Spaces” offer carefully designed rooms with the idea that there’s a space on the ship for every mood and every purpose.

  • Gross Tonnage: 67,000
  • Guest Capacity: 1,200
  • Crew Capacity: 800
  • Debut Date: April 14, 2023
  • Shipyard: Fincantieri, Italy
  • Class Ship: Allura 

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Source: Cruise Hive


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