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Celebrity features a hip, modern onboard vibe with an emphasis on trendy culinary experiences, swanky entertainment and Apple-focused tech classes on ships that sail all over the world. The line also offers a three-yacht fleet in the Galapagos for upscale, expedition cruising.
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The only European-owned cruise line with a big presence in North America, MSC offers a cosmopolitan experience with passengers from all over the world, visual entertainment that avoids language barriers and one of the most active nightlives in the industry.
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Caters to the 50+ set who enjoy fine dining, live music and a more subdued vibe -- no whiz-bang attractions here, though partnerships with Lincoln Center and Billboard raise the bar on entertainment; sails globally with ships ranging in size from 835 to 2,650 passengers.
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One of the most inclusive luxury cruise lines out there, Regent Seven Seas bundles tips, drinks, even shore tours in its fares. Its all-suite ships are on the larger side for luxury, with spacious suites, multiple specialty restaurants and Canyon Ranch spas.
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Azamara Club Cruises' fleet serves up a delightful ambiance that's a hybrid of luxury and destination-immersive cruising. The ships, which hold only 690 passengers each, offer a superb blend of amenities, yet they are small enough to feel friendly and cozy.
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