In 2017 cruisers will see a number of new ships. Silversea Cruises will be introducing their 596 passenger Silver Muse, their largest ship ever. This ship will do away with the main dining room and replace it with eight dining choices, three of which will be open-air.
Seabourn Cruise Line will be launching their largest ship, the 604 passenger Seabourn Encore which will feature a whole new look.
MSC Cruises' 4,500 passenger MSC Meraviglia will carry more passenger than any other cruise ship in the world. This "smart ship" will allow passengers to access their staterooms, locate their children and more all by their smartphones, braclet or cruise card.
MSC Cruises 4,140 passenger MSC Seaside will also be launching in 2017 and will feature cluster cabins. Guests can book up to three connecting cabins that accommodate up to ten passengers which make them a great option for family's and small groups of friends.
Viking Ocean Cruises' 930 passenger Viking Sky and Viking Sun will allow the cruise line to expand their itineraries worldwide.
AmaWaterways will be partnering with Disney next year on their 158 guest AmaKristina as well as adding more cabins for families.
Crystal River Cruises will launch the 110 passenger Crystal Bach and Crystal Mahler. They have already made their mark on the river cruising industry with their choice of three dining rooms, room service and king size beds.
Uniworld Boutique River Cruise Collection will unveil its first "super ship." The 128 passenger Joie de Vivre will sail the Seine River and is scheduled to debut in March.
CroisiEurope will be introducing four new ships in 2017 and will be moving into Africa's Chobe and Zambezi rivers with the 16 passenger African Dream.