CruiseShipDeckPlan.com services provide cruise deck plans reviews (with separated river ship deck plans) integrated with cruise tracker (current ship positions tracking). Our pages show ship decks layouts, facilities review and cruise cabins information (floor plans included). All pages here are organized as “ship review” articles. You will know what is what (type), where (location on deck), serving what (functions), how and when (review of onboard venues as activities, amenities, operational hours, special features).
Along with regularly updated cruise line deck plans, CruiseShipDeckPlan features its own cruise ship tracker. Our list of cruise ship deck plans also doubles as list for cruise vessels available for tracking (current location at sea / or river). Our cruise deck plans pages also show statistical information on passenger shipping vessels (incl ferry ships).
Cruise Ship Deck Plans
Our cruise ship deck plans will show you what is what (activities, amenities, serving what purpose), located where, changed when (upgraded or refurbished). All dining venues reviews also contain basic menu/cuisine information, and whether the dining options are complimentary, at surcharge PP or a la carte priced. All our ship deck plans include basic statistical information, including:
- year built, vessel class and sister ships (among the fleets of all lines).
- total number of cabins, plus number per type (Inside, OceanView/RiverView, Balcony and Suite)
- capacity -passengers (normal and max/double occupancy) and crew capacity
- number of passenger accessible decks, number (in any) of swimming pools and whirlpools (hot tubs), passenger elevators, water-slide(s
- On some ships, there is also provided name origin/meaning, service history information, fun facts.
Ship deck layouts updates
Like all things in life, cruise ship deck plans do change. Often, cruise lines change facilities and public venues, both as location or as type/services and amenities. Other changes may relate to new cabin categories. Often, after a major refurbishment, cruise lines add to the ship:
- new passenger cabins
- new dining venues – like specialty restaurants, bars, lounges, etc
- new facilities – like water-slide(s), Spa, pool(s)/whirlpool(s), outdoor movie theater, etc
- or – simply change the names of the existing ones.
We are responsible for all these deck plan changes. To keep for you all ship deck plans here regularly updated and most correct.
In each of all our cruise deck plans you will find a detailed list of all cabins and facilities on board the vessel. This list usually includes:
- ship details – year built, last refurbished (scheduled refurbishment), capacity (passengers and crew)
- total number of passenger cabins, launderettes (passenger use self-service laundry /if any), onboard credit kiosks (self-service money transfer), photo kiosks
- dining room(s), buffet restaurant, specialty restaurant(s) /at surcharge per person or with a la carte menu, dinner club and fast food bars/stations
- theatre/main show lounge
- lounges and bars, conference/meeting room(s)
- casino, video games arcade, special gaming room (like F1 simulator)
- swimming pool(s) and whirlpools (hot-tubs)
- Spa & Fitness complex (wellness facility), jogging/walking track, roller-skating track, sports court(s)
- library, art gallery, photo gallery
- atrium/lobby area with reception desk, shore excursions desk, duty-free shops and boutiques
- “Promenade Deck” – an outdoor area that fully or partially circles around the ship
- kids and teenagers club lounges and playing zones (on some ships with pool/whirlpool), missing on adult-only vessels
- Aqua Park with waterslide(s) – on the largest cruise ships only
- unique facilities – such as rock-climbing wall(s), ice-skating track(s), Zip-line, rotating panoramic capsules, glass-floor walking paths, bumping cars, sky dive and surf simulators, F1/Sports Car simulator, bungee trampoline, and many other truly bizzare cruise ship design inventions.
Cruise line deck plans
CruiseShipDeckPlan offers you an integrated in all our pages cruise ship positions tracker. The AIS tracking data is provided by VesselFinder (marine traffic tracking). In the below table are listed all our ships with “cruise deck plans” that include updated deck layouts, cabin floor-plans and ship review (facilities functions). Linking to or adding our main page to your browser’s bookmarks/favorites will assure you get quick access to our list of cruise ships and their plans and position tracker.
All our cruise line deck plans are listed as links at page right. There you will find complete lists of ships by line (or operator /chartered vessels), including new cruise ships under construction.
We add deck plans on a daily basis. We do regularly updates that reflect all deck plan changes (when officially announced by the lines). We do this job properly – so you can count on us and the information we provide to be accurate and up to date.
Our cruise ship tracker is an all-pages integrated feature for tracking cruise ships’ current positions (location at sea or river). The position is displayed on a VesselFinder map at page bottom in every CruiseShipDeckPlan page. You can easily call this feature a “cruise tracker”, since the ship position map shows the current part of its cruise itinerary, along with next port of call and cruising speed (in knots).
How this “ship location” feature works? We track each cruise vessel’s identification number (IMO, or MMSI) showing the ship’s AIS position. The “current position” information is nothing but coded digital data which has been transmitted from the ship’s onboard AIS equipment and processed by the VesselFinder’s AIS tracking system.
Follows the table with CruiseShipDeckPlan (internal) links, which will redirect you to the vessel’s deck plan review combined with current cruise tracker.
Follows the list of all river cruise ships with deck plans reviewed at CruiseShipDeckPlan. The list of presented here big river cruise lines includes A-Rosa, AMA, Avalon, ACL, the American Queen Steamboat Company, the both lines of Scenic Tours (Emerald and Scenic brands), Uniworld and Viking Cruises. There are also several riverboats operated under charter by multiple cruise operators.