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Cruise Ships Delivered, Under Construction or on Order

(With downloadable list and photo album) Building large cruise ships is still a largely European affair, although the Chinese have fixed their gaze on it too.

The European cruise ship building yards are: Fincantieri CNI at Marghera, Monfalcone, Sestri Ponente and Ancona, Meyer Werft at Papenburg am Ems and Turku, STX France at St. Nazaire and newcomer MV Werften (acquired by the Genting Group Hong Kong in March 2016) at Wismar, Warnemünde and Stralsund.

Soon, China's largest ship building conglomerate China State Shipbuilding Corporation (CSSC) will, however, be added to this list due to its joint venture with Fincatieri. Together, the companies will build cruise ships for the Asian market in China.

Cruise Ships Order Book

In SWZ Maritime's cruise special, editor Gerrit de Boer gives an overview of what cruise ships have been or are currently being built. He also collected the data af all cruise ships delivered, under construction or on order from 1 January 2016, which can be found in this downloadable list. Subscribers can read the full article now in our digital issue.

In addition, the photo album below gives an impression of the cruise ships currently under construction or recently delivered. Please click the pop-out link to view the pictures in their proper dimensions.

Picture: Ulstein Design & Solutions created the CX-103 expedition cruise ship design (7400 bt, 95 passengers). SunStone Ships ordered four of these from the China Merchant Group, Shenzhen, with an option for six more.

Author: Mariska Buitendijk

Mariska Buitendijk is one of SWZ|Maritime's journalists as well as the magazine's copy editor.

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