There are over 80 cruise lines that operate cruise ship fleets in the world’s oceans, seas, rivers and coastal areas. Click on any of the following cruise lines to learn more about each company including their cruise ship information, corporate website, contact details, and links to employment web pages.

Ocean Going Cruise Lines

AIDA Cruises
Abercrombie and Kent
Alaskan Dream Cruises
American Cruise Lines
Azamara Club Cruises
Bahamas Paradise Cruise Line
Blount Small Ship Adventures
Carnival Cruise Lines
Celebrity Cruises
Celestyal Cruises
Club Med Cruises
Coral Expeditions
Costa Cruises
Croisieres de France
Cruceros Australis
Cruise & Maritime Voyages
Crystal Cruises
Cunard Line
Disney Cruise Line
Fred Olsen Cruise Line
Hapag Lloyd Cruises
Hebridean Island Cruises
Holland America Line
Hurtigruten
Lindblad Expeditions
MSC Cruises
Noble Caledonia
Norwegian Cruise Line
NYK Cruises
Oceania Cruises
P&O Cruises
P&O Cruises Australia
Paul Gauguin Cruises
Ponant Cruises
Princess Cruises
Pullmantur Cruises
Quark Expeditions
Regent Seven Seas Cruises
Royal Caribbean International
Saga Cruises
Sea Cloud Cruises
SeaDream Yacht Club
Seabourn Cruises
Seawolf Adventures
Silversea Cruises
Star Clippers
Star Cruises
Thomson Cruises
Transocean Cruises
TUI Cruises
UnCruise Adventures
Voyages to Antiquity
Windstar Cruises

River Cruise Companies

AMA Waterways
A-Rosa Cruises
Avalon Waterways
CroisiEurope
Feenstra Rhine Line
Grand Circle Cruise Line
Lueftner Cruises
Noble Caledonia
Pandaw River Expeditions
Phoenix Reisen
Royal Cruises AG
Sans Souci
Scenic Tours
Scylla Tours
Sea Cloud Cruises
Uniworld
Victoria Cruises
Viking River Cruises