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TOP 5 MOST EXPENSIVE CRUISE SHIP SUITES!





Ever thought your cruise was expensive? Well, think again. Today, we will be looking at the top 5 most expensive, ultra-luxury cruise ships suites you can book right now!

Ranging from just above $10,000 a night to a $440,000, $32,000 a night, luxury cruise vacation, we’ve got the most spectacular and most costly cruise ship staterooms you can get!

This list includes the Ultimate Family Suite onboard the Symphony of the Seas; the largest suite onboard the world’s largest cruise ship. We also have specialty expedition cruises sailing to Antarctica and passing by a solar eclipse.

Of course, many luxury cruise lines, including Silversea (which owns the Silver Cloud, Silver Dawn, Silver Explorer, Silver Moon, Silver Muse, Silver Origin, Silver Shadow, Silver Spirit, Silver Whisper, and Silver Wind), Regent Seven Seas (which owns Seven Seas Explorer, Seven Seas Splendor, Seven Seas Mariner, Seven Seas Navigator, Seven Seas Voyager), Cunard Cruises (Queen Mary 2, Queen Elizabeth, Queen Victory), and the brand-new Ritz-Carlton Yacht Collection are also included.

Cunard’s Queen Mary 2 is the only remaining ocean liner and its Duplex and Grand Duplex suites connections are probably the largest suites on any cruise ship. Ritz-Carlton will also launch its first cruise ship named the Evrima. This will be the luxury hotel’s very first ultra-luxury yacht and one of the best luxury additions to the cruising industry,

Regent Seven Seas’ Seven Seas Explorer (the sister ship of the Seven Seas Splendor) calls itself the most luxurious cruise ship in the world and its Regent Suite is one of the biggest suites onboard a cruise ship. It includes its own private spa, sauna, steam room, Steinway Grand piano, jacuzzi, and much more!

Just missing out on the list is Celebrity Reflection’s Reflection Suite (Celebrity Cruises) and Norwegian Cruise Line’s Norwegian Pearl with its huge Garden Villa.

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