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Conde Nast Readers Rank the World’s Top Cruise Lines

Crystal Symphony - #1 Mid-sized ship

It is a ritual at the end of the year to put out a “top best of something” list, and it is no different in travel.  This year Conde Nast readers ranked the best cruise lines.  The results are not surprising, but can be a good starting point for planning your first or next cruise.

If you have never tried cruising, give it a try!  It is one of the best and most affordable ways to vacation.  You get a room, all your meals, entertainment, and transportation to various destinations for one price.  If you’ve been cruising for years with the same cruise line, consider trying a different line to see what they offer and how they are different.

If you need help making a choice, give OutDestinations.com (866-217-2341) a call and they will help you find the perfect cruise vacation.  Plus booking through a travel agent doesn’t cost you any more than booking it yourself.  So use their knowledge to make sure you end up on the ship that is best suited to your interests and desires.

Here are the Conde Nast rankings:

Small-Ship Lines

  1. Seabourn, 92.6
  2. Windstar, 92.0
  3. SeaDream Yacht Club, 91.6
  4. Silversea, 90.9
  5. Lindblad Expeditions, 85.2
  6. Star Clippers, 81.9

Midsize Ship Lines

  1. Crystal Cruises, 94.4
  2. Regent Seven Seas Cruises, 91.5
  3. Oceania Cruises, 89.5
  4. Azamara Club Cruises, 86.0
  5. Holland America, 85.3
  6. Cunard, 83.5
  7. Princess, 83.1
  8. Celebrity, 80.7
  9. Royal Caribbean, 76.7

Large-Ship Lines

  1. Disney, 90.3
  2. Celebrity, 86.6
  3. Royal Caribbean, 81.6
  4. Princess, 81.1

River Cruise Lines

  1. Grand Circle Cruise Line, 95.2
  2. Tauck, 93.3
  3. Viking River Cruises, 92.7
  4. Uniworld Boutique River Cruises, 91.9
  5. Vantage, 89.9
  6. AmaWaterways, 84.1


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