Have you ever wanted to travel the world in a cruise ship? With so many options nowadays this is a real possibility. Comfortable prices, family friendly, couple friendly, themed; the cruise industry has grown incredibly in the past years. So, in order to help you with your decision to travel the seas we’ve rounded up the best of the best according to the Cruise Critic’s 2017 Cruises’ Choice Awards.

Disney Cruise Line was a big winner this year. Two of its ships ranked in the best overall cruise ships in the large and mid size ships categories.

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The ship also placed first in best cabins, best public rooms, best service and best shore excursions in the large ships category.

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Also won best cabins in the mid sized ships categories and best cruise for families.

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Viking Ocean Cruises earned some well deserved recognition in the small-mid category with the Viking Sea.

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Taking first place for overall best cruise, best entertainment, best fitness and recreation, best public rooms, best service, best shore excursions and best cruise for first timers.    

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In terms of dining, Celebrity Reflection has first place in the large ships category, Marina in the mid-sized ships, Viking Star in the small-mid ships and Wind Surf in the small ships category.

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Celebrity Cruise Line’s Celebrity Xpedition won big in the small ships category with overall best cruise.

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First place was also won in best value, best embarkation, best fitness and recreation, best public rooms and best shore excursions.

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For the full list of 2017 winners click here. Next time you’re planning a cruise, give one of these a go.

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