Best cruise ships named by passengers

Best of all cruise vessels of all sizes is Celebrity Xpedition

The first-ever Cruisers’ Choice awards have been announced courtesy of Cruise Critic, assessing the best of the large, mid-sized and small cruise ships. Vessels were voted on by cruise passengers and are ranked according to the best cabins, entertainment, dining, embarkation, service, shore excursions, public rooms, the best value, facilities for families and for fitness.
The best of the large cruise ships overall is Oasis of the Seas, followed by Serenade of the Seas, Celebrity Equinox and Allure of the Seas. The best mid-sized ship is Island Princess, followed by Amsterdam and Disney Magic. And the best of the small ships is Celebrity Xpedition – which incidentally won the highest rating of all the cruise ships of all sizes – followed by Wind Surf, Paul Gauguin, Crystal Symphony, Crystal Serenity and Azamara Quest.
Cruise Critic
[pictured: Celebrity Xpedition]

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