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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.
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.
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.
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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