• Welcome to CRUISIN!
    If you are reading this it means you have not yet registered. Please take a second to register (it's FREE). You will then be able to enjoy all the many features of CRUISIN.

The number of cruise ships being sent to the scrap yard continues to climb


Staff member
As we hopefully get closer to the return to cruising world wide, the impact of over a year without regularly scheduled cruises is taking its' toll on the entire cruising industry.

Numerous ships went from dozens of scheduled cruises for 2020 and 2021, to literally being in the scrap yard.

View our detailed list of ships decommissioned and sent to the scrap yard over the past year.

Have you cruised on one of these ships?
AdBlock Detected

Ad blockers do a great job at blocking ads, but they can also block many important features of the CRUISIN website including live updates of webcams and ship trackers.

Ads additionally help us cover our server and maintenance costs, which allows us to continue to keep CRUISIN free to use. You also don't want to miss out on any specials or discount ads posted from the Cruise & Travel Industry! For the best CRUISIN site experience please disable your ad blockers for cruisin.me. Thank you.

I've Disabled AdBlock