Be One of the First to Ride on These Spectacular 2015 Cruise Ships

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This year’s lineup promises a multitude of delights to please your senses. From robot bartenders and infinity pools, these brand new 2015 Cruise ships will leave you yearning to sail around the world.

Any Day:

American Eagle by American Cruise Lines enables visitors to explore the entire leg of the Mississippi River in one offering, if they so choose. The stunning boat is scheduled to make its first departure at the end of March, 2015 and will also offer a couple of journeys in Minnesota later this summer. With nine balcony staterooms, this 150-passenger ship is marvelously decorated like a timeless piece of American history, as it will surely become. The entire ship is equipped with every conceivable amenity and allows guests around-the-clock dining. Be one of the first to take this seven or fourteen-day cruise.

April 2015:

Viking Star is scheduled to make its first trip with a 928-passenger vessel on April 11, 2015. This is the first ocean-sailing vessel for Viking Ocean Cruises, who have developed a great reputation for their Viking River Cruises brand. On board, guests will be treated to remarkable Nordic-inspired décor, which is a hallmark of the Scandinavian designers. It is set to sail from April through December of 2015, with seven, fifty-night itineraries throughout Scandinavia, Northern Europe and the Mediterranean Sea. Prices start at $2,700 per person.

Anthem of the Seas by none other than Royal Caribbean is making its first voyage on April 22, 2015. This sizable 4,180-passenger vessel is a sister to the Quantum of the Seas, with as many amenities. In fact, the Anthem boasts more on-board activities than anyone would be able to possibly do. They have a dynamic dining concept, which allows passengers to decide between an array of themed restaurants. It is also being hailed as a “smart ship” with many technological advances. Destinations include the Bahamas, Caribbean and Mediterranean.

May 2015:

Le Lyrial may be one of the smaller cruise ships to set sail this year, but this 244-passenger ship is designed for a sophisticated, yacht-style traveler that likes to visit exotic locations. This is the fourth in Boreal’s upscale ship series and the smaller size enables the vessel to visit places that larger ships cannot get to. Part of its enticement is twelve Zodiac rafts that will take visitors on day-outings for the adventure-seeking crowd. The first run is scheduled for Mother’s Day weekend.

June 2015:

Mein Schiff is part of a German fleet by Tui Cruises. The 2,506-passenger ship is sleek, elegant and features eleven restaurants for a variety of palates. More than 80% of the cabins have balconies and all will be equipped with espresso machines, and flat screen TVs with gaming consoles. Their journey will take passengers around the seas in Europe, beginning June 7, 2015.

October 2015:

AIDAprima is part of a brand new cruise line, AIDA Cruises. A colossal 3,300 passenger ship makes it the largest of their fleet, featuring a rock climbing wall, two waterslides, and beach parties at night and a lazy river to enjoy during the day. With thirteen restaurants and fourteen different cabin categories (including thirty-two suites) this ship sounds like plenty of fun on its journeys through the Middle East and Asia.

Norwegian Escape is another impressive ship, designed to hold 4,200 passengers in a new “Plus Class” category of the Norwegian Cruise Lines series. If you can dream it, you will find it on this gorgeous ship. It has a three-deck atrium called the 678 Ocean Place, with many signature restaurants and bars aboard for the hungry and thirsty party-goers. With fifty-five suites, private restaurants, and expanded haven, the more affluent travelers can escape from the rest of the passengers into a world of blissful relaxation. There is a 19,000 sq. ft. casino and every type of amenity you would expect aboard a cruise ship, such as pools, whirlpools, spa, sauna, video poker and digital technologies throughout. This ship will set sail from Miami and sail throughout the Eastern Caribbean.

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